The focus of this course is on the style-appropriate interpretation of consort literature from the 16th and early 17th centuries from England and Italy in three to twelve-part, also multi-choir scoring. Furthermore
The focus of this course is on the appropriate interpretation of consort literature from the 16th and early 17th centuries from England and Italy in three to twelve-part, also multi-choir ensembles. In addition, the basics of interplay such as intonation, phrasing, dynamics, articulation, ensemble sound, etc. are worked on. Short presentations illuminate the historical background. The grades will be sent to you in preparation for the course before the start of the course. At the end of the week there will be a final concert.
The course is aimed at music teachers and advanced amateurs with ensemble experience, including Golden Agers, who would like to grapple with the basics of ensemble playing and the details of literature. Already existing ensembles or individual players who are put together by the course management to form balanced ensembles are addressed. Listeners are welcome. Please indicate the instruments you have when registering.
Martina Joos, Zurich Studies majoring in recorder at the University of Music in Zurich and musicology at the University of Zurich. International concerts as a soloist and as a member of RAYUELA, CD and radio recordings, teaching at the Zurich Conservatory Music School.
CHF 490.- listeners CHF 180.-
September 01, 2022
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