Didactics/Teaching Practical of Clarinet 2
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course is for methodic practice and explanation of all clarinet playing issues. It covers fingering technique, performance concepts, literature and activities with young beginning oboe players.
- Proper fingering technique method
- Explanation of peformance concepts from the methodic practice aspect.
- Literature for clarinet divided for individual school levels and pupil proficiency.
- Methodic activities with beginning pupils with varying levels of talent.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Instrument skills at the corresponding level to the study year, student profile and sufficient music repertoire.
This course prepares students for the education track at middle schools, conservatories or music schools. It also helps students understand priniciples in playing the clarinet and its activities in practice. This course is methodic practice covering proper fingering techniques, performance and literature. Students are enabled to practice with students which have just begun playing the instrument. Fingering technique is demonstrated in simple etudes and a presentation is given of how to proceed in practicing or removing problems. A large part of the course is devoted to performance potential and a view of that potential and how to achieve it in various genres and periods of music properly or even possible interpretations. This is linked to a survey of the instrument literature. Methodology practice is part of the course where student guide their student which either are beginning on the clarinet or have achieve various levels of playing.
Recommended or required reading
Krtička ,Stanislav: Metodika hry na klarinet
Jeanjean,Paul : Vade mecum
Assessment methods and criteria
Initiative and creativity of approach are assessed.
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Students acquire necessary information in the didactics of the relevant study. This may expand the instruction capabilities of the teacher.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Clarinet (Mg) (optional subject)