Course title:Practical Accompaniment D
Faculty:Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
Department:Department of Keyboard Instruments
Course code:KKN / 2DPRD
Level of study:Mgr.
Format of study:Practical classes 1 [Hours/Week]
Name of the lecturer:doc. MgA. Eliška Novotná (G); doc. MgA. Martin Kasík, Ph.D.; Mgr. Lukáš Michel, ArtD.; MgA. Jana Vondráčková, Ph.D.
Language:Czech, English
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Annotation:Accompaniment Practice is a study subject of Piano specialization in the framework of Instrumental Play study programme. Cooperation with Singing, Strings and Wind Instruments Departments is required in a group teaching. Students continue building up on knowledge and skills of piano cooperation. Selection of a certain instrument or singing specialization allows for deeper work on various attributes of joint play for wind instruments, breathing techniques for singing, and creation of bowing, double fingers and others for strings instruments. Higher quality performace is thus being achieved for playing in harmony with piano accompaniment. Requirements: Ability to function in organizational and artistic cooperation settings among accompanier, accompanied and student´s Major tutor Ability to organize joint excercises and performances Ability to feel overall tempo, rhytm and expression Performance of studied programme at interpretation seminar or in front of examination committee or at commission credit performance Content: Individual seminars´ detailed content is based on selected repertoire Examples of adequate repertoire: Repertoire is selected to match chosen instrument or singing specialization Practising selected compositions in form of a semirecital Repertoire selection should also match technical and expression level of the student Control of sound balance and its colour Recommended selection is that of a demanding repertoire of romantic period or period of 20th and 21th centuries (J.Brahms, C.Franck, S.V. Rachmaninov, B. Bartók, K. Slavický, S. Prokofjev, D Šostakovič, B.Martinů, V. Novák and others)