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Conducting

                                            STUDIEN- u. CONDUCT THE SCHEDULE FOR THE STUDY DIRECTION

 

I. Training goal: Training objective is the acquisition of all knowledge and skills necessary for the qualified management of larger musical ensembles of any kind are required. II. Conditions of admission: Prerequisite is the completion of the 17th year of life and, if possible, the passing of the Matura. In addition, it is the following skills at each entrance exam or are the following To prove knowledge: A) Theoretical part: 1) In a written and subsequent oral test, a musical dictation should be written down. These tests include the correct recognition of intervals and chords. 2) A written test on the area of ​​"general music theory". should be removed. 3) The supplementary subject "Ear Training I & quot; must be completed. B) Practical part: a) A three-part invention by J.S. creek b) a Beethoven piano sonata c) the leaf play of a simpler sonatina d) audition of a self-accompaning piece from the classical or romantic oratorio literature e) From-sheet singing of a light choral score f) re-singing a melody e.g. Choral part from an oratorio g) The candidate prepares the 1st movement from Mozart: & quot; A Little Night Music & quot; in front. h) In addition, he can choose from the following works: Mozart: & quot; Ave verum & quot; Bach: any chorale from the "Matthew Passion" i) The candidate should use his existing knowledge of Represent sample methodology. III. Time-based structure of the conducting studies: For the completion of the training the positive completion of 6 years is required. Description of the program: The study, which lasts a total of 12 semesters, is divided into two study phases. The first The study period lasts 8 semesters, the second 4 semesters. After the first stage of study is Requires a transfer exam in the second stage of study, with a specialization in one of the following priorities: A. Opera Editing B. orchestral conducting C. Choral Conducting I. Section:

 

 

                                    Secondary school: Additional supplementary subjects in the practical area:

                                                                          1st year 1st and 2nd semester:

 

A. Piano (1st year / advanced level) B. A percussion instrument (of your choice) C. A string instrument D. Score Match E. Conducting Engineering I (see syllabus "Conducting") F. Exercise Choir and Orchestra

 

                                                                           2nd year 3rd and 4th semester:

 

A. Score Match B. Literature I C. Piano (2nd year / advanced level) D. A percussion instrument E. A string instrument F. Conducting II (see syllabus "Conducting") G. Voice formation (choral and solo) H. Exercise choir and orchestra I. STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHEDULE FOR STUDY DIRECTION (2) III. Year (5th and 6th semester): A. Score Match B. Coaching C. Literature II D. Voice formation (choral) E. General bass playing and free improvisation F. A string instrument G. A wind instrument H. Conducting Engineering III (see syllabus "Conducting") I. Piano (3rd year / advanced level) J. Exercise choir and orchestra 4th year (7th and 8th semester): A. Piano

                                                                                  4th year / advanced level

 

B. Literature III C. Coaching D. A wind instrument E. Score Match F. Conducting Engineering IV (see syllabus "Conducting") G. Italian I H. Voice Formation (choral)I. Exercise choir and orchestra After the fourth year, there will be a transfer examination to the education level. Entrance exam requirements: All theoretical supplementary subjects of the main study / advanced level must be completed positively his. Literature Study: The candidate chooses a key topic on which to pass an oral exam. additionally become general questions from the field of "literature". to be answered. With this exam is the subject & quot; Literature & quot; completed. In the instrumental subjects is respectively - according to the syllabus of the candidate selected instrument - a program consisting of a slow and a fast Sonata or suite sentence execute. In the subject of percussion instruments one medium Etude on the small drum and on timpani. In & quot; Score Game & quot; is the corresponding ability on the basis of a polyphonic choir set, one String quartet score and the performance of a piece of music with numbered bass required. Then a selection of 4 works must be pre-arranged. These have the difficulty level of L.v. Beethoven: "I. or II. Symphony & quot ;, Mendelssohn: & quot; Italian Symphony & quot ;, J.S. Bach: & quot; Brandenburg Concerts & quot; and a medium recitative from an opera by W.A. Mozart exhibit. Furthermore, a moderately difficult choral work should be rehearsed and supervised until the performance. II. Section: Education level: 5th year (9th and 10th semester): A. Opera Editing) B. orchestral conducting) C. choral directing) D. Piano

 

                                                                           5th year main study / education level

 

E. Italian II F. Psychology G. Correpetition H. Instrumentation I. Conducting Technique V J. Exercise choir and orchestra VI. Year

                                                                                    11th and 12th semester:

 

A. Opera Editing B. orchestral directing emphases C. Choral Conducting D. Piano (6th grade main study / level of education) E. Coaching (rehearsal) F. Conducting Engineering VI (Preparation of the Diploma Examination Program)

 

                             

                        STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHEDULE FOR STUDY DIRECTION (3) Diploma examination:

 

 

(Kapellmeisterprüfung) To register, the candidate has the proof of attendance from the 4 years exercise chorus or To provide exercise orchestra. The candidate names 16 works in focus and 7 each in the other two subjects. The diploma examination is divided into two parts, namely an internal and a commission Commission Public Examination. Internal examination: Piano: J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue from the & quot; Well-Tempered Clavier & quot; Volume II L.V. Beethoven: A piano sonata on the difficulty level of & quot; Pathetique & quot; W. A. Mozart: One Piano Concerto (KV 271, 414, 415) F. Chopin: An Etude The candidate has a set of a piano sonata by L.v. Instrument Beethoven for orchestra (in writing with a week's preparation time). The candidate has a general basso accompanied by numbered bass. The candidate has a total of 30 works for chamber orchestra, the choral literature of the opera and the To prepare orchestral literature. From these, the examining board chooses 2 works at a time, the candidates 4 weeks at the latest before the exam date. Of these 6 works are then the examining board To pre-direct 3 works. Public exam: The candidate has 2 works from his prepared program in agreement with the Examination board from two different style epochs to bring to the performance. The respective Emphasis should be put on the audit program. The degree of difficulty of the exam literature is identical to the substance of the age groups IV-VI. 1st year: (1st and 2nd semester) a) conducting technique: Preparedness, preparatory movements, outward attitude, recognition and elaboration of the subjective range of movement. Punch figures with one to twelve clocking movements, punch figures due to subdivisions, bouncing and standing subdivisions, subdivisions of the Wrist, striking figures with clock changes, Fermaten knocking out, conducting movements for the Articulation and phrasing, mids and sidelines, kick-offs, knock-outs.

b) Literature studies: A) L.v. Beethoven: 3rd movement of the 1st Symphony B) Ch.P.E. Bach: string symphonies C) 4 orchestral symphonies D) J.S. Bach: Chorales from the St. Matthew Passion, Christmas Oratorio E) G. Handel: Concerti grossi op. 3 and op. 6, Water Music, Organ Concerto F) J. Haydn: Early Symphonies (1757-1765) G) W.A. Mozart: minuets from the early symphonies, exsultate H) F. Schubert: Dances I) B. Britten: The Young Person's Guide J) P. Hindemith: Sinfonietta K) O. Respighi: Antiche arie e danze per liuto 2nd year: (3rd and 4th semester) a) conducting technique: All beat figures (repetition), beats with simultaneous different Time signatures, beats in contemporary music. Fermata (for example creation), Conducting movements for articulation and phrasing, presentation possibilities in dynamics, Articulation and phrasing. Recitative directing: Secco, Accompagnato, mixed forms, polychoral, Accellerando, more fluent change of pace

 

                            STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHEDULE FOR STUDY DIRECTION (4) b) Literature studies:

 

Works on the difficulty level of: A) Ch.P.E. Bach: Berlin Symphonies, Sinfonia concertante B) J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerts, Violin Concerts, Double Concerto, Harpsichord Concerto, Overtures C) L. Boccherini: Cello Concerto D) K. Dittersdorf: Kontrobaß concert, harp concert E) Mendelssohn: string symphonies F) L. Mozart: Trumpet Concerto G) J.J. Quantz: flute concert H) L.v. Beethoven: 2nd Symphony, Triple Concerto, Choral Fantasy, Concert Arias I) A. Dvorak: Bohemian dances J) S. Barber: Adagio for strings K) E. Elgar: Pomp and circumstances Vocal works on the difficulty level of: A) J.S. Bach: Motets and choral movements from cantatas B) Gesualdo: Italian madrigals C) G.F.Händel: Messiah and Alexanderfest D) Schütz: Spiritual concerts E) W.A. Mozart: Masses KV 257, 258, 259 F) J. Brahms: gypsy songs, folk songs G) J. Haydn: Small Masses H) A. Bruckner: Motets I) Mendelssohn: a capella works J) R. Schumann: Spanish Liederspiel, a capella works In the III. Year: (5th and 6th semester) a) conducting technique: A) Application and deepening of the substance from the vintages 1 + 2 B) Alternate use of the two arms. C) Practical exercises for Secco and Accompagnato, phrasing technique. b) Literature studies: A) J.Chr. Bach: Symphony in E flat major B) J.S. Bach: Musical victim C) L.v. Beethoven: Fourth Symphony, Leonore overtures, Egmont, Fidelio Overture, Piano Concertos, Violin Concerto D) Berlioz: Roman Carnival E) Borodin: Symphonies F) J. Brahms: Serenades and Overtures G) A. Bruckner: Symphonies I - III H) Debussy: Children's Corner I) A. Dvorak: Symphonies I - V J) E. Grieg: Peer Gynt Suites K) J. Haydn: Selection from the symphonies, piano, violin and cello concertos, Trumpet concerts as well as works of other masters in the comparable degree of difficulty symphonic literature L) Cornelius: The Barber of Baghdad M) Gluck: Orpheus and Eurydice, Iphigenia in Aulis N) J. Haydn: The World on the Moon O) Lortzing: Tsar and carpenter P) W.A. Mozart: Bastien and Bastienne Q) Orff: Carmina burana R) Purcell: Dido and Aeneas From the field of choral music: A) J.S. Bach: Magnificat, masses in F major and G minor B) J. Brahms: Old Rhapsody C) A. Bruckner: Measuring, motets D) J. Haydn: Creation, Fairs of the Nelson Mass E) G.F. Handel: Messiah F) F. Schubert: Liturgical works except Masses in E-flat major and A-flat major

 

                                         STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHOOL FOR STUDY DIRECTION (5) 4th year:

 

                                                                                      7th and 8th semester

 

a) conducting technique: The Recitative, application in works by J. Haydn, W.A. Mozart, F. Mendelssohn, L.v. Beethoven (Beginning of the Ninth Symphony, 4th movement) and on the basis of opera literature as part of the literature studies. b) Literature studies: Works on the difficulty level of: A) L.v. Beethoven: "Eroica", C major Mass B) J. Brahms: Symphony No. I and II, Piano Concertos C) E. Grieg: Piano Concerto D) A. Dvorak: Slavonic dances E) W.A. Mozart: Symphonies KV 543, 550 and 55 F) R. Schumann: Symphonies I - IV G) R. Strauss: Oboe Concerto Recitative from: A) F. Mendelssohn: & quot; Paul & quot; J. Haydn: & quot; Creation & quot ;, & quot; Seasons & quot; L.V. Beethoven: & quot; Fidelio & quot; B) G. Bizet: & quot; Carmen & quot; C) Ch. Gounod: & quot; Margaretha & quot; D) G.F. Handel: & quot; Xerxes & quot; E) W.A. Mozart: & quot; The Abduction from the Seraglio & quot; F) & quot; Figaro's Wedding & quot; G) G. Puccini: & quot; Butterfly & quot; H) G. Verdi: & quot; Troubadour & quot ;, & quot; La Traviata & quot ;, & quot; Aida & quot; I) J.S. Bach: & quot; Magnificat & quot ;, & quot; Johannes Passion J) A. Bruckner: & quot; Te deum & quot; K) F. Schubert: & quot; Mass in E-Dur & quot; L) C.M.v. Weber: "Mass in G Major"

From the fifth year on, the candidate's orientation in the special training as choral conductor, as an orchestra conductor or as an opera conductor possible. In 5th year: (9th and 10th semester) Common subject matter: Literature studies: Works on the difficulty level of: A) L.v. Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. V and VI, Missa Solemnis B) J. Brahms: Symphonies Nos. III and IV C) A. Bruckner: Symphonies No. VI - VIII D) C. Debussy: La mer E. Z. Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus F) M. Mussorgsky: Pictures of an exhibition G) M. Reger: Variations on a Theme by W.A. Mozart H) R. Strauss: A heroic life I) P.I. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. VI J) I. Stravinsky: Symphony of the Psalms In 5th year: (9th and 10th semester) Focus on Opera Editing: A) V. Bellini: Norma B) E. Britten: Peter Grimes C) P. Hindemith: Matis the painter D) L. Janacek: Jenufa E) W.A. Mozart: Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, The Magic Flute F) G. Puccini: La Boheme, Tosca G) G. Rossini: William Tell H) F. Schmidt: Notre Dame I) A. Schoenberg: Moses and Aron J) R. Strauss: Salome, Rosenkavalier, Capriccio K) G. Verdi: Othello L) R. Wagner: Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Meistersinger STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHEDULE FOR STUDY DIRECTION (6) In 5th year: (9th and 10th semester) Focus on choir direction: A) J.S. Bach: B minor Mass B) L.v. Beethoven: Missa solemnis C) J. Brahms: A German Requiem D) J. Haydn: The seasons E) G.F. Handel: Dettinger Te-Deum F) G. Faure: Requiem G) G. Monteverdi: Marienvesper H) A. Schoenberg: Psalm 130 I) F. Schubert: Mass in A-flat major J) G. Verdi: Requiem In 5th year:

                                                                                      9th and 10th semester   

                    

Focus on Organizer: A) F. Chopin: Piano Concertos B) A. Dvorak: Symphonies Nos. VIII and IX C) J. Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 101, 103 and 104 D) Ch. Ives: 1st Symphony E) G. Mahler: 12 songs from "Des Knaben Wunderhorn & quot; F) S. Prokofiev: Piano Concertos No. 1 and 2 G) F. Schubert: Great C Major Symphony H) J. Strauss: Concert Waltz I) P.I. Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto and Piano Concerto J) C.M.v. Weber: instrumental concertos In VI. Year: (11th and 12th semester) Common subject matter: Literature studies: A) L.v. Beethoven: Symphonies VII - IX B) A. Bruckner: IX. symphony C) F. Liszt: Symphonic Seals D) G. Mahler: Symphonies I - IX (in extracts) E) D. Shostakovich: Selection from the symphonies F) R. Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Till Eulenspiegel, Don Quixote G) As well as repetition and consolidation of the subject matter of the 5th year. In VI. Year: (11th and 12th semester) Focus on choir direction: A) H. Berlioz: Te-Deum B) R. Britten: War Requiem C) Josquin: Motets D) Ligeti: Lux aeterna E) G. Monteverdi: Madrigals F) As well as a selection of a capella works by contemporary Austrian composers. G) repetition of the substance of the 5th year. In VI. Year: (11th and 12th semester) Focus on Opera Editing: A) E. D & # 39; Albert: lowland B) H. Berlioz: The Trojans C) G. Gershwin: Porgy and Bess D) M. Mussorgsky: Boris Gudonov E) P. Tchaikovsky: Queen of Spades F) R. Strauss: Elektra G) R. Wagner: Meistersinger, Ring and Parsifal H) C.M.v. Weber: The Freischütz I) repetition of the substance of the 5th year.

 

          STUDIEN- u. CONDUCTING THE SCHEDULE FOR STUDY DIRECTION (7) In VI. Year: (11th and 12th semester)

 

Focus on Orchestra Conducting: A) A. Dvorak: Cello Concerto B) G. Gershwin: An American in Paris C) P. Hindemith: Concerts for orchestra D) M. Ravel: Bolero E) Sibelius: Symphonies (selection), Violin Concerto, Finlandia F) Scriabin: 1st Symphony G) I. Stravinsky: Le sacre du Printemps Department: Music Theory (A) Major: Conduct studies section Level Number of vintages Ergänzungsfächer Min. Of weekly hours see pages 20, 21, 23 weeks hours Preliminary study in lower grade 3 vintages General Music Teaching 1 PIANO Choir Singing 1 Entrance exam Mittelstudium Mittelstufe 4 vintages Ear training I 1 PIANO Choir Singing 1 2 public performances per year 2 event visits per year Entrance exam Hauptstudium Oberstufe 4 vintages Choir - 2 years 1 All theoretical content of the curriculum & Quot; Music Theory & quot; of I. Section I.-IV. Vintage, except: & quot; Satzlehre III & quot; Literature I, II and III of the curriculum "Conduct" please refer Lehrpla n Entrance exam Diplomstudiu m Ausbildungsstuf e 2 vintages All theoretical content of the curriculum & Quot; Music Theory & quot; of the II. section V. and VI. Vintage, as well as psychology please refer Lehrpla n