Private lessons:

Private lessons will be available from May 1st and gonna focus around three cornerstones

· 1) Harmonyfunctional, modal, hybrid, negative, polytonality and specific systems thus like the Bartók's axis. 

· 2) Analysisharmonic/structural of some of the highlight works from XIX to XXI centuries:

 

- Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor (1808).

- Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique (1830).

- Wagner: Tristan und Isolde, prelude (1859).

- Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in F minor, 1st movement (1878).

- SchoenbergVerklärte nacht (1899).

- Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D major, 1st movement (1902).

- Mahler: Symphony No. 7, 1st movement (1905).

- Scriabin: Sonata No. 5 (1907).

- DebussyFeuilles mortes (1912).

- Stravinsky: Le sacre du printemps (1913).

- Varèse: Amériques (1921).

- Ives: Three quarter-tone pieces (1925).

- Berg: Lyric suite (1926).

- Janáceck: Sinfonietta (1926).

- Godowsky: Passacaglia (1927).

- Copland: Dance symphony (1929).

- Bartók: Music for strings, percussion and celesta (1936).

- Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5, 1st and 3rd movements (1937).

- Messiaen: Quatuor pour la fin du temps (1941).

- Berstein: Symphony No. 1, Jeremiah (1942).

- Ginastera: 12 preludios americanos (1944).

- PendereckiThrenody to the victims of Hiroshima (1960).

- Maxwell DaviesEight songs for a mad king (1969).

- ReichMusic for mallet Instruments, voices and organ (1973).

- MurailTreize couleurs du soleil couchant (1978).

- Takemitsu: Rain coming (1982).

- Feldman: Three voices (1982).

- Pärt: Tabula rasa (1984).

- Adams: Harmonielehre , part III: Meister Eckhardt and Quackie (1985).

- Ferneyhough: Bone alphabet (1992).

- Mason: Animals and the origin of the dance, Jitterbug mécanique (1992).

- Adès: Arcadiana (1994).

- Grisey: Vortex temporum, part I (1994).

- LigetiSíppal, dobbal, nádihegedüvel (2000).

· 3) Composition: Working and developing over the student's pieces. Discussing around such points as orchestration, harmony, structure (development of musical discourse) and notation. 

Students will can organize the lesson time around this three points freely. 

Technical requirements:

 

· Zoom App for online meeting. 

· Sibelius notation software (6 or latest version).

· Audio & PDF Apps (e.g. VLC and Adobe Acrobat).

· MIDI Keyboard (preferable 88 keys).

Prices:

 

· Single lesson (1 hour): 35€ 

· One month (includes four lessons): 120€

· Three months (includes twelve lessons): 300€ 

How to apply:

Students that desire to apply gonna have to attach the below information:

· Small BIO and/or goals to achieve.

· One composition or a sketch.

or contact us through: sales@aalcaldemusic.com