Admission requirements of the preliminary studies: General musicality, appropriate physical fitness. - The instrument must be in relation to body size in children.
Modules of the lower level:
1st to 6th semester:
Get to know the peculiarities of the instrument (diatonic) on the (treble and bass side). Working out the musical basics. Create simple melodies in simple rhythms. Learning all basic technical concepts in all three (four) rows. One- and multi-part playing on the treble side, alternating bass, etc. Exercise exercises in different articulations. Get to know the most important musical performance signs. Elaboration of light folk dances (waltz, Ländler, polka, march). Learning unanimous pieces by ear. Sight reading exercises. Beginning of memorizing. Simple improvisations. Beginnings of duo and ensemble playing. Singing and playing simple melody sequences and songs by ear. Different coordination exercises taking into account the right breathing and the resulting phrasing. Schools in Griffschrift: Textbook for Styrian Harmonica Volume 1 Florian Michlbauer Harmonica School Cornelia Blidon School for the three- and four-row Styrian accordion Kiermaier / Spengler Game instructions for the steric harmonica Max Rosenzopf Styrian harmonica Elisabeth and Klement Feichenthofer. Schools in music notation: School for Styrian harmonica Johann Murg School for Styrian Harmonica Volume 1 Margetich / Stelzl School in music notation for original Styrian accordion Josef Peyer School for the original Bavarian and Styrian harmonica Pastyrik Fritz Folk dances: selected pieces from: Spielbuch 1 Max Rosenzopf Spielbuch 2 Max Rosenzopf The Styrian Harmonica Issue 1-20 Max Rosenzopf game pieces Middle School Curriculum:
7th to 12th semester:
Training content of the practical game: Fluency exercises in different articulations and octaves in all possible keys. Further development of Austrian folk dances, as well as the following dance forms: Mazurka, Schnellpolka, Bohemian Polka and Zwiefache; as well as Ländler, Steirer, waltz, slow Polkaformen (Polka Franzé, Boarischer, Rhinelander, Scottish) and marches with higher degree of difficulty. Transpose melodies to another playing time by ear, using the example of simple folk dances. Learning one- and two-part pieces by ear. Find a second, third, or free counter vocal to a heard tune. Development of variations as a preliminary exercise for own variant formation and personal design. Development of two-part pieces of medium difficulty. Dealing with the game in normal notation in C-G-F (D). Duo or ensemble playing. Instrument-specific sound design. Playing by heart / sight reading. Improvisation. Deepening of the musical
Design options. Development of a diverse repertoire. Schools in Griffschrift: Textbook for Styrian Harmonica Volume 2 Florian Michlbauer Harmonica School Cornelia Blidon School for the three- and four-row Styrian accordion Kiermaier / Spengler Schools in music notation: School for Styrian harmonica Johann Murg School for Styrian Harmonica Volume 2 Margetich / Stelzl School in music notation for original Styrian accordion Josef Peyer School for the original Bavarian and Styrian harmonica Pastyrik Fritz Folk Dances: Spielbuch 1 Max Rosenzopf Spielbuch 2 Max Rosenzopf
The Styrian Harmonica Issue 1-20 Max Rosenzopf 30 folk dances from the alpine country Florian Michlbauer Pieces: Pieces for Styrian Harmonica Heft 6-10 Florian Michlbauer Duos: Alpine songs and sages Florian Michlbauer 30 Alpenländische Lieder und Weisen Volume 1 Florian Michlbauer Pass-through exam / entrance exam: Proof of a corresponding playing technique based on the previous game pieces From the literature you have to recite pieces in the difficulty level of F. Michlbauer "Alplenländische Harmononikastückl" (Volume 10)
Completed General Music Theory and Ear Training I Modules of the education level: Developing difficult technical problems (trills, suggestions, bass runs), improvisation. Sight reading. Rehearsal and accompaniment of self-composed ensembles in any instrumentation, both with a given harmonic as well as improvised harmony (with string, brass, wood or mixed ensembles). Working on difficult recital pieces. Own, polyphonic design of melodies according to a unanimous score template. Free play to another instrument or ensemble. Song accompaniment with preludes and interludes. Transcription from note to fingerprint and vice versa. Composing pieces in normal notation in the most common keys. Compiling the repertoire for the final exam. Creating arrangements for different playgroups
Schools in Griffschrift: Textbook for Styrian Harmonica Volume 3 Florian Michlbauer Our Favorite Piece (Issue 1-7) B. u. K Dumfart Folk tunes and game pieces:Pieces for Styrian Harmonica Vol. 11-12 Florian Michlbauer Harmonikastückl Volume 1-10 Neumüller / Mader Series for the Styrian Harmonica part 1-6 Josef Laky Folk music: Folk music in the annual Florian Michlbauer Burgenland harmonica piece Ernst Spirk Duos: Come on - play with Sepp Krammer
marches: 16 marching music pearls on the Styrian Florian Michlbauer Folk and dance styles: Series for the Styrian Harmonica part 1-6 Josef Laky Harmonica piece from Upper Austria Florian Michlbauer Harmonikastückl from Bavaria Florian Michlbauer Harmonica piece from Tyrol Florian Michlbauer Harmonikastückl from Carinthia Florian Michlbauer
Harmonica piece from Salzburg Florian Michlbauer Christmas carols and stade ways Florian Michlbauer My littlest piece Florian Michlbauer Our Favorite Piece (Issue 1-7) B. u. K Dumfart Fleet Stub'nmusi-piece Hermann Huber Dance music from Tyrol and the province of Salzburg Hermann Huber
The big book of fluency Florian Michlbauer Folk music: On train and print by Upper Austria Upper Austria folk song Pieces: Old and new harmonica Stückl episode 1-2 Florian Michlbauer Series for the Styrian Harmonica part 1-6 Josef Laky 12 harmonica pieces Sepp Faustmann 18 of the most beautiful wise men from the Alpine region Sprenger / Pöllinger
Div. Max Winkler Harmonica piece by Leitn Toni Anton Mooslechner Div. G. Kletzmair and J. Peyer
Pieces: Game series for Styrian harmonica Josef Laky Tyrolean pieces Franz Posch Franz Posch plays Gottlieb Weissbacher melodies Franz Posch Harmonikaschmankerl Franz Posch Flower reading for harmonica Robert Neumair Flying fingers Jakob Bergmann
Div. Johann Murg Div. Erich Moser Div. Hannes Berger Certified Final Exam Requirements: Pieces from the years I - IV of the upper level (40 - 45 min.) Different character, including two original compositions on the nature of the folk music tradition, which in writing (score in sheet music and handwriting) are to be submitted before the test. Arrangement and rehearsal of two pieces for folk music ensemble in any line-up (from trio, whereby at least 2 other folk music instruments have to be filled) free improvisation in the ensemble The certified final exam has to be taken in two parts, namely an internal and a committee public examination.