For players who are already experienced in recorder ensemble playing, join this small friendly group to look at developing consort playing skills in Renaissance, Baroque and contemporary.
01/05/14 - 10/07/14
18:00 - 19:15
Full fee: £124
Senior fee: £124
KS - Keeley Street
For players who are already experienced in recorder ensemble playing, this course looks at developing smaller consort playing skills in Renaissance, Baroque and Contemporary music. This takes place within a friendly group.
-Improving technical fluency and ensemble skills related directly to Renaissance consort
-Becoming comfortable with playing different instruments of the recorder family
- Tuning and transposition, stylistic awareness
-Playing a range of repertoire for smaller consort.
- be confident tackling more complex repertoire in a consort setting
- demonstrate an improved level of technical ability on the recorder.
The course is aimed at those who already have experience of recorder ensemble playing, but who are interested
in exploring more complex repertoire in a smaller group. You will need to follow written and verbal instructions in English and engage in class discussions.
Practical work, playing consorts and listening. Tuning exercises (scales and chords, etc.). Three to six part consort and ensemble repertoire. Sight reading and learning pieces to perform. Group, small group and individual work. Group discussion. Demonstrations by the tutor.
You will need to bring a recorder. Exercises and teaching material will be provided. You can borrow, and
may wish to buy, the solo or consort music being studied. A good book to buy is the Schott Recorder Consort Anthology vol 3 , Italian Music (Schott, ED 12389).
You will receive regular feedback from your tutor throughout the course, as and when appropriate. At the end of the course you and your tutor are asked to assess the progress you have made.
Please complete the evaluation form at the end of your course. These are monitored and help us to continually improve our courses.
You may be interested in: education and careers advice; financial and childcare support; disability support; support for Deaf and hearing-impaired students; dyslexia support; English and maths support; counselling, and library services (supported learning centre). To find out what may be available to you, and how to apply, see page 278 of the 13/14 course guide, or visit www.citylit.ac.uk/students
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