Accompaniment Instrument as a Tool of Music Pedagogy 2X00ER46-3001 02.09.2019-20.12.2019 5 cr(19MUPE)+-
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students will have acquired such skills in playing an accompanying instrument and in providing accompaniment extempore that they can function in accompaniment tasks included in the work of the music pedagogue. Students having guitar or harmonica as their main instrument may take the course on that instrument. Student having some other instrument or singing as their main instrument will take the course on the piano.
Students already posessing skills in accompanying extempore will have an opportunity to demonstrate this.
As a result of this test students will be able to receive instruction in accompanying extempore progressing from their own level. In such cases studies in accompanying extempore will be registered as studies taken in place of this course.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Prior knowledge is not required
Basic technique in playing an accompaniment instrument
- introduction to playing classical music
-introduction to accompanying from written musical notation
-breaking free from playing confined to musical notation.
-accompanying from written chord notations
-providing accompaniment to a simple melody.
Satisfactory ( 1-2)
The student has progressed in the basics of mastering the instrument. Utilizing this skill in pedagogical work remains deficient.
The student has progressed well given his/her initial proficiency. The student is able to utilize the accompaniment instrument in pedagogical work.
In view of his/her initial level, the student`s progress has been excellent in mastery of the instrument.
The student is able to express different musical styles with liberated mastery of the instrument.
The course can be completed through the medium of English.