Reception: Sufficient technical playability on the instrument. Recognizable approaches to mastering improvisation Good audio systems, musicality
Modules of the sub u. Middle School:
Are intended as preparatory jubilees for the jazz section. With special talent and qualitative progress of playability, a vintage can be skipped. Teaching materials: First improvisation exercises, phrasing exercises and various jazz styles. maintenance the various conventional scales and three and four sound decompositions. Literature: C. Gordon: Technical Studies, M. Bordogni: Melodious Etudes, C. Kopprasch: 60 Etudes for Posau ne, P. Wilson & amp; J. Viola: Choral Studies for Trombone, Ch. Parker: Omnibook - Development a repertoire. From the 2nd year onwards in the middle studies: One ensemble obligation per year; "Swing" / "Be Bop". Entrance exam requirements: Conventional major and minor scales over 2 octaves as well as 3 and 4 sound decompositions Two études on the level of difficulty by M. Bordogni: Melodious Etudes A self-selected performance jazz standard such as Blue Monk Improvisation with an existing rhythm group e.g. a blues Prima Vista game of a simple jazz standard with improvisation about changes Completed General Music Theory and Ear Training I Modules of the upper level:
Scales and chords, Tonbildungsübungen, refinements in the field of Respiration, tone formation, grip technique, impact and flexibility with partial use of the classical trombone literature. Literature: C. Gordon: Technical Studies, P. Wilson & amp; J. Viola: Choir Studies for Trombone, Ch. Colin: Complete modern method, Lip flexibility, Melodious fundamentals, Ch. Parker: Omnibook. Development of a repertoire; Using play alongs (Aebersold, advanced music, Hal crook etc.)
Scales & amp; Modes, Chords & amp; Progression, flexibility, advanced phrasing study, Style exercises, improvisations, sheet reading exercises. Literature: P. Wilson & amp; J. Viola: Choral Studies for Trombone, Ch. Parker: Omnibook, David Baker: Jazz Improvisation, J.S. Bach: Cello Suites, extension of the repertoire; Use of play alongs Entrance exam: Knowledge of the teaching contents of the 1st and 2nd year An Etude from M. Bordogni: Melodious Etudes Five transcriptions of short themes or solos Improvisation of a theme with rhythm group e.g. "There'll never be another you", "How's the time", "Sunny moon for two". An Etude from P. Wilson & amp; J. Viola: Choral Studies for Trombone Modules of the education level:
Scales & amp; Modes, Chords & amp; Progressions, exercises for flexibility, style, Phrasing exercises, improvisation exercises, sheet play exercises. Literature: Bill Watrous: Trombonisms, David Baker: Jazz Improvisation, J. Coker: Pattern for Jazz, Extension of the repertoire; Use of play alongs
Literature: Hal Crook: How to Improvise, Marstaller / Tanner: Lipflexibilities Development of a corresponding repertoire of at least 100 topics and Original compositions. Development of the certified final exam program. Certified Final Exam Requirements: Two exercises from Patterns for Jazz by J. Coker Ten transcriptions of short themes or solos Lecture of a solo transcription of your choice Each a jazz stand with rhythm section Up - Tpo "Latin" "Odd" - Tpo "Metrum" - Tpo "Ballad" - Tpo A jazz standard swing, latin or jazz rock - Joy Spring, Blue bossa or Merci, merci, merci (without rhythm group) Quitting a solo part in a big band formation From a shortlist of 30 standards, 10 must be memorized at the diploma exam can be played.
The certified final exam is in two parts, namely in a committee internal and one commissional public examination.