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The course introduces the student in the language of music and also deepens a historical journey
The course provides a series of practical and theoretical training and suggests some strategies for a basic music literacy aimed at teaching.
The primary objective is to provide future teachers with a knowledge base that allows them to deal with music in the classroom in a conscious and non-amateur way, as often happens. At the same time, stimulate to know the history of music by inserting it in the more general historical-cultural context.
The course includes lectures, watching music videos and direct knowledge of the instruments with the intervention in the classroom for various musicians of the Conservatory
The program includes two in-depth sectors that will be treated in parallel: the first of a theoretical-didactic nature of knowledge of musical grammar; the second to historical address.
Part I - Music theory
Notes on teaching music; sound and its qualities; the production, reflection and transmission of sound; the notation (history and current notation); the rhythm (solfeggi in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4); intervals, alterations, tones and semitones; the major scales; the tonalities; the classification of instruments and the orchestra; the human voice.
Part II - Historical address
The history program intends to favor an analysis by periods, with attention to the main authors and the main musical forms.
1. Sacred music: from Gregorian to Flemish polyphony.
2. The first profane experiences: the Trovatori and the Trovieri.
3. The sixteenth century: Reform and Counter-Reformation; the madrigal; Monteverdi
4. The Baroque: the opera, the sonata, the concert;
5. Haendel and Bach
6. Viennese Classicism: symphony, quartet; Haydn Mozart and Beethoven
7. Italy between the 1700s and 1800s: Paganini and Rossini
8. Romanticism: general lines and main authors
9. Music in France
10. Italian opera: general lines: Rossini, Verdi, Puccini and Mascagni
11. National schools
12. The twentieth century: general lines (main currents and authors)
R.Iovino, Appunti di storia della musica (scaricabili da aula web)
R.Iovino, Dispense di Teoria (scaricabili da aulaweb)
R.Iovino, Esercizi (scaricabili da aula web)
S.Ferrarese (a cura di), Didattica della musica - Fare e insegnare musica nella scuola di oggi, Mondadori/Università, 2020
Office hours: Reception by appointment
Second semester, mid-February
The exam consists of an oral test.
The topics will be divided into two modules. The student can take the exam in a single solution or one of the two modules. The two modules must still be passed within the same academic year (for example, if module A is passed in June, module B must be taken and passed by the following February, otherwise the grade of module A will also be canceled)
discussion on the theoretical and historical topics addressed.
Students with DSA, disability or other special educational needs are recommended to contact the professor at the beginning of the course to agree on teaching and exam methods which, according to the course’s objectives, take into account the modalities individual learning and provide suitable compensatory tools
For international students, texts and articles in English are available on request. The exam can be taken in English in the prescribed manner