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Admission requirements of the preliminary studies: at the piano: An Etude on Cerny Difficulty: School of Fluency A prelude including a fughette from Bach's little preludes and fugues A Classical Piano Sonata in Difficulty by L.v. Beethoven op. 49/1 in addition to the organ (if you already have previous knowledge): A Prelude and Fugue from J.S. Bach's "8 Little Preludes and Fugues

 

                                                                                " Syllabus of the lower level:

 

                                                                                               1st year:

 

                                                                                        1st 2nd semester:

 

Organ School by Ernst Kaller Part 1, S.Soderlund. Organ School of Flor Peeters 1st and 2nd part. C.Paumann: & quot; Fundamentum organisandi & quot ;, Buxheimer Organ book. J.S.Bach: Small Preludes and Joints & quot ;, & quot; fugs & quot ;, & quot; organ book & quot ;; J.Haydn: & quot; & quot ;; Flötenuhr M.Reger: Chorale preludes. Generalbaßspielübungen.

 

                                                                                              2nd year:

 

                                                                                     3rd and 4th semester:

 

Organ Schools of Lemmens, S.Soderlund. Canzons of M.A. and G. Cavazzoni, J.E.Kindermann: "Harmonia organica", J-Pachelbel: "Hexachordum Apollinis", J.S.Bach: "Small Preludes and Fugues & quot ;, J.N.David: from the & quot; Choral Work & quot ;. Chorale preludes for the praise of God. Full bass play and free improvisation. Entrance exam: Pedal exercises from the organ school by Ernst Kaller 1 Prelude and Fugue from J.S.Bach & quot; Little Preludes & Fugues & quot; 1 Chorale prelude to the "Gotteslob & quot;

 

                                                                                 Middle School Curriculum:

 

                                                                                             3rd year:

 

                                                                                     5th to 6th semester:

 

Organ schools of Lemmens and Soderlund. A.de Cabezon: & quot; Tientos & quot; Versette and measuring of D. Zipolo and Padre Martini. A.Slick: "Tablatures", S.Scheidt: "Tabulatura nova", Sweelinck: "Variations", G.F.Händel: Fugen. J.S.Bach: "Orgelbüchlein", J.G.Albrechtsberger: "Präludien und Joints & quot ;.

 

                                                                                              4th year:

 

                                                                                     7th to 8th semester:

G.F.Händel: Fugen, J.S.Bach: "Chorale Partitas", "Choralbüchlein", Anton Bruckner: Organ Works, A. Heiller: Partita "Receive us Mr.". Pachelbel: Prelude in D minor. Selected eye. Pieces from the Organ School of Ritter (Hrsg. Schröder). 5th year: (9.u.10th semester): Canzonen, Toccaten Ricercari by Gabrieli, Hassler, Froberger, Kerll: "Modulatio organica", Couperin: Mass, Sweelinck: Fantasies, Hans Klotz: Organ Art of Romanticism, Gothic and Renaissance, Dom Peres: Registration instructions, Friedrich Neumann: "Generalbaßausarbeiten", Buxtehude: "Ach Lord, poor sinner & quot ;, Chorale prelude J.S.Bach: lighter preludes and fugues, Pachelbel: & quot; Toccata e minor & quot ;, J.Brahms & quot; Choral auditions & quot; J.N.David, Chorale J.Langlais: & quot; Suite breve & quot ;. Crossover examination / entrance examination requirements: 1 work on Pachelbel's difficulty: & quot; Prelude d minor & quot; 2 Chorale preludes from J.S.Bachs organ booklet 1 modern work of comparable difficulty Completed General Music Theory and Ear Training I Examination requirements at the piano: 1 Etude on the difficulty level of Cramer-Bülow 1 Prelude and Fugue from J.S.Bach: & quot; Well-Tempered Clavier & quot;

 

                                                                            Curriculum of the upper school:

 

                                                                                             1st year:

 

                                                                                       1st 2nd semester:

 

The tablatures of J. von Lublin, A. van Noordt, A. van der Kerckhofen. L. Couperin: & quot; Livres e pieces d & # 39; Organ & quot ;. G. Nivers, N.Clerambault, G. Corette, F.d & # 39; Agincourt. Free and Chorale-bound Compositions by J.A.Reinecken, D.Buxtehude and G.Böhm. Fantasies, Canzons and Masses of G.Frescobaldi. The Great Choral Cycles by J.S.Bach; F.Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Sonatas, J.G.Rheinberger: Trios, Fughettes, character pieces. M.Reger: "Monologues", C.Saint Saens: Preludes and Fugues, C.Franck: Chorales, A.Guilmant: Sonatas, P.Hindemith: Sonatas, Planyavsky: Sonatas, Toccata, O.Messiaen: La Naivite` du Seigneur; J.Alain: Chorale, Variations, Le Jardin suspend? H.Badings: Preludes and Put. General bass playing and improvisation 2nd year: (3rd and 4th semester): G.F.Händel: Organ Concerts, Buxtehude: Organ Works, J.S.Bach: Selected Works: Preludes and Foge, great choral preludes (Leipzig piano exercises), organ concerts by Stamitz and Haydn, M. Reeger: "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" Chorale-Vorspiele op. 52 J.Sengstschmid: & quot; Capricco f. Orgelpedal- Solo (Riess, Berlin) & quot; & quot; Choral preludes to the church year & quot; (Bärenreiter) Franz Schmidt: "Well thank you all God & quot; from the & quot; 4 Chorale Preludes & quot ;. General bass playing and improvisation. III. Year:

 

                                                                                      5th to 6th semester:

 

Attaingnant: "Tabulatur", Georg Muffat: "Apparatus", Gottlieb Muffat: "Toccaten", D.Buxtehude: "Preludes and Fugues", concert arrangements by J.S.Bach, J.Brahms: "Preludes and Fugen ", F.Liszt:" Chorale Fantasies ", J.Alain:" Suite ", Jolivet:" Hymn al & # 39; Universe & quot ;, Helmut Eder: & quot; Alas! void, oh how fleeting & quot; 4th year: (7th-8th semester): Deepening of the Italian and Spanish organ repertoire: works by Pasquini, M.A. and G. Cavazzoni, Merulo, Diruta, A.Gabrieli, Antegnati, G.Frescobaldi, A.de Cabezon, J.Bermudo, J.Cabanilles. Deepening of the English repertoire from 1650 to 1800: M. Locke, H.Purcell, O.Gibbons, G.F.Händel, W.Boyce. Works of the German organ art after J.S.Bach: J.L.Krebs, works the sons of J. S. Bach, W. A. ​​M. Mozart, J. Haydn, J. H. Knecht, J. Zach, J. Vanhal, J. S. Bach: Organ booklets, Schüblerchoräle, works of modern French organ art such as M.Dupre, E. Satie, J. Alain, J. Langais, O. Messiaen. Entrance exam: 4 works from the time of the XV. to XVIII. Century at Muffat difficulty: "Toccaten" 2 large organ works J.S.Bachs 1 work of the XIX. Century at the difficulty level of J.Brahms: "Preludes and Fugues"; 1 modern work of comparable difficulty

 

                                                                           Syllabus of the education level:

 

                                                                                             5th year:

 

                                                                                    9.u.10th semester:

 

Deepening of the Italian and Spanish organ repertoire:Works by Pasquini, M.A. and G. Cavazzoni, Merulo, Diruta, A.Gabrieli, Antegnati, G.Frescobaldi, A.de Cabezon, J.Bermudo, J.Cabanilles. Deepening of the English repertoire from 1650 to 1800: M. Locke, H.Purcell, O.Gibbons, G.F.Händel, W.Boyce. Works of the German organ art after J.S.Bach: J.L.Cancer, Works by the sons of J.S.Bach, W.A.Mozart, J. Haydn, J.H.Knecht, J.Zach, J.Vanhal, J.S.Bach: Organ booklets, Schüblerchoräle, works of modern French organ art such as M.Dupre, E. Satie, J. Alain, J. Langais, O. Messiaen. Deepening into the early organ music of the period from 1300 to 1600: Robertsbridge Codex, C.Paumann: & quot; Fundamentum organisandi & quot ;, Buxheimer Organ book, Schlick: & quot; Tablatures & quot ;, Cabezon, Bermudo, Cabanilles. Works of French organ literature: Anglebert, Couperin, L.-N.Clerambault, Daquin. Repetition of the organ work J.S.Bachs additionally & quot; Trio sonatas & quot ;. Max Reger: Capricco and Intermezzo & quot; Op. 59, Franz Schmidt: & quot; Four Preludes and Fugues & quot ;, Chorale Prelude: & quot; The Savior is purchased & quot ;, J.N.David: Chorale Prelude: & quot; Power up the door & quot ;, & quot; L & # 39; homme arms "," A solid castle is our god & quot;

 

                                                                                              VI. Year:

 

                                                                                     11.u.12th semester:

 

Deepening or repetition of the organ repertoire from Germany: S.Scheidt, D.Buxtehude, J.J. Froberger, J.K.Kerll, J.Pachelbel, Georg Muffat, M.Prathorius. J.S.Bach: Chorale-bound Organ Works. Works by C.Saint Saens, C.Frank, Boellmann. Franz Schmidt: "Charconne in c sharp minor", J.N.David: "Oh, I have to let you go," & quot; St.Michael, you strong hero & quot ;, Frank Martin: & quot; Sonata da chiease & quot; and & quot; Passacaglia & quot ;, P.Hindemith: & quot; 1. Sonata & quot ;, O.Messiaen: & quot; L & # 39; eglise eternelle & quot; and & quot; De Navitate & quot ;, J.Guilain: & quot; Toccata & quot; and & quot; Sinfonietta & quot ;. Repetition of the material of the training level and development of the repertoire for the Diploma exam. Contemporary avant-garde in vergeichbaren difficulty. Diploma Examination requirements: Six works from the 15th - 18th centuries in Moffat's difficulty: "Toccaten" Two large organ works by J.S.Bach Two organ works by Max Reger or in the comparable degree of difficulty Franz Schmidt & quot; Charconne in c sharp minor & quot; or another work of XX. Century in the comparable level of difficulty A modern organ work in the difficulty of P.Hindemith & quot; Sonata No. 1 & quot; An organ concert in difficulty by G.F.Händel

The diploma examination is divided into two parts, namely an internal and a commission Commission's public examination.