|Course Name||Code||Semester||T+U Hours||Credit||ECTS|
|Piano I||TBB 103||1||2 + 2||3||5|
|Precondition Courses||<p> -</p>|
|Recommended Optional Courses||<p> Harmony, Counterpoint, Music Technology, Orchestra, Voice Training and Chorus</p> <div> </div>|
|Course Level||Bachelor's Degree|
|Course Coordinator||Dr.Öğr.Üyesi ÖNDER SAYGIN ÇETİNER|
|Course Category||Available Basic Education in the Field|
This course aims to provide mainly focused, functional piano knowledge and skills.
As a tool / instrument, piano, piano training and piano playing activities have been found primarily in important areas of music and music education areas with important functions. On the other hand, it is stated that the piano education and piano playing activity have important positive functions on the development of the individual without regard to a field or geography. Thus, it is expected that this Piano I course, which is included in the program at the point of functional piano education which can be evaluated in the auxiliary musical instrument, also has functions in broader perspectives on the individual, mainly psychomotor, emotional and cognitive knowledge and skills aimed at by the manipulation of related topics and interdisciplinary approaches. . See also. "Course Contents".
With this course which is the first of the four semester piano course, it is planned to take the foundations of the achievements stated in the Course Objective.
Generally; introduction to functional piano knowledge and skills, basic knowledge of sociocultural, technical, pedagogical, aesthetic, technological and partly terminological and linguistic approaches (as far as this course is necessary)
1- World, Human, Art, Education, Music (with definitions and short, in-depth approaches),
2- Sound (physical and biopsychological features and effects and sound elements) and musical system (and superficially, modal, microtonal, atonal and tonal topics)
3-Polyphonic music / polyphony and homophony (history, culture, structural elements, notation, literature, terms in different languages and global approach)
4- Instruments and piano (piano in general, instrumental history, functions and usage areas, structural characteristics and mechanism, sound production system and sound product).
4- Piano pedagogy and information about systematic development, functions of piano education and performance, aim and importance of course.
5- Explaining the piano playing and working techniques (related anatomical and psychological information and technical awareness, muscle memory, concentration, motivation and breathing, finger technique, finger passages, arm weight usage, basic position , duate, action, synchronization, coordination and balances, finger strengthening / technical adaptation).
6- Recognition of bands, partitions and piano notation, observation and analysis of elements, layout and place-writing, decipherment and performance, left and fa keys (also layout time and dimension information with layout theme, grouping).
7- Dynamics: p, mf and f; two hands; compositional equilibrium and expression in the same, different and variable (cresc., decresc., and "subito" concepts)dynamics.
8- Articulations: Legato, non-legato, staccato, clipping with simple level bond segments. Two hands; same, different and variable articulations, compositional equilibrium in articulations.
9- Metronome and tempo, selection, change(section changes and A tempo, accel. and dim.), conservation and related study strategies.
10- Convergence of rhythm and application with their cycles (application of homophonic parity in simple melodic lines including different articulations and arpeggios), tone concept, basic functions, deciphering, memorization and scale studies (right octave and right octave).
11- Interpretative elements and aesthetic / intellectual uses (related articulation, compositional and ecological use of dynamics and tempo, diminuendo, permissive / recommended boundary "ad libitum" and additionally, puandorg theme, compositional / epistemological communication rationale / details, dramatize defining, analyzing, designing and evaluating aesthetic and intellectual elements).
(additional info) - General level (taking into consideration the class ratio of the individuals who started to receive vocational music education for the first time and who had the first piano lesson): From the Czerny op.599 example to the 20th level of the studies.
|#||Course Learning Outcomes||Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|1||It defines functional piano knowledge and skills and relevant basic and holistic supplementary information (ranging from practice to analysis). See. Course content; all items.||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Demonstration, Simulation, Brain Storming, Self Study,||Homework,|
|2||It is stimulated and guided at the basis of relevant technical behaviors (see "Course Content" 5, 7, 8, 9, 10).||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Drilland Practice, Demonstration, Motivations to Show, Simulation, Self Study,||Performance Task,|
|3||It makes relevant technical behaviors skillful (see "Course Content" 5, 7, 8, 9, 10).||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Drilland Practice, Simulation, Self Study,||Performance Task,|
|4||Analyze knowledge, skills, solutions for decryption, memorization, and performance, as appropriate (see "Course Content" 12).||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Drilland Practice, Simulation, Self Study,||Homework, Performance Task,|
|5||Designing and performing performance appraises and implements design from the intellectual and aesthetic side (see "Course Content", 11, 12).||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Demonstration, Motivations to Show, Role Playing, Simulation, Brain Storming, Case Study, Self Study,||Homework, Performance Task,|
|Week||Course Topics||Preliminary Preparation|
|1||Introduction to the topics and first finger exercises to be given during the piano lessons, which are mentioned in the first 7 articles in the course content section||-|
|2||Finger exercises for the continuation of the topics of the previous week and two-hand coordination||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|3||Introduction to theoretical and applied studies and articulations for basic technical behaviors||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|4||Continuation of the studies, introduction to the balance of arpeggio and dynamics, introduction of different articulations in different hands at the same time||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|5||Continuation of the studies, general repetition and performance task preparation||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|6||Continuation of the studies and performance task||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|7||Continuation of applied studies and preparation of midterm exam||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|8||Midterm||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|9||Examination evaluation, chords, basic functions and basic analysis / observation, theoretical and practical studies on "f clef"||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|10||Effects of tempo usage in comment / performance design, tempo preservation and changes, introduction to theoretical and practical studies in puandorg and gam issues (with finger passages)||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|11||Continuation of all the studies and topics in Course Content (mainly memorization and comment / performance designing studies)||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|12||Continuation of the studies, general repetition and performance task preparation||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|13||Preparing for the final exam, critical communication task and homework delivery||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|14||General evaluation||relevant theoretical and practical studies|
|Course Notes||<p> Lecture notes prepared by the course coordinator, notes and other related multimedia materials.</p>|
Selected pieces from piano / piano education and classical music literature and written / edited musics by the course coordinator
|Order||Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|
|1||Musicologist; learns the music with all respects by searching, arrives information and synthesis, at the same time; forms a critics view that he can percevie his environment and world.||X|
|2||renews, interogates himself continuously in change and development, analyses new information and methods. Besides the contributions secured to musicology, works with the other diciplines and connects relations.||X|
|3||takes up music art in many respects like education, esthetics, history; examines it; arrives deductions.||X|
|4||follows the renevals in writing musical note and music technology. Has the ability of using technological possibilities in moving traditional music and today’s music to the future.||X|
|5||analyses the music culture which is the very important part of national culture in historical perspektive and moves it to future.||X|
|6||has the ability of transfering the characteristics of musicology by using the effective communication techniques of public relations to listener who are the expert or not expert.||X|
|7||has the ability of using technological possibilities in moving traditional music and today’s music to the future.||X|
|8||has the ability of taking up culture with the critics view which popular culture has formed, by resting on scientific information and anaylsing popular culture||X|
|9||is candidate for science and art expertise.||X|
|10||Besides the theories and solfej of West music, musicologist illuminates the theories and solfej, history, literature of Turkish music by supporting with instrument information. While compassing his own national music and moving it to future, musicologist gives scientific information to examine and compare Europa and world music at adequate level.||X|
|11||secures sufficient materials, source and archive support retaled to area.|
|12||gives methods and tecniques that interrogate, analyse and synthese the themes of musicology.||X|
|13||teaches necessary team and informations in writing musical note and music Technologies themes||X|
|14||gives social, scientific and ethical rules in the stages of gathering, interpreting and making heard of scientific datums entered musicology.|
|Semester Studies||Contribution Rate|
|1. Yıl İçinin Başarıya||60|
|ECTS - Workload Activity||Quantity||Time (Hours)||Total Workload (Hours)|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)||16||4||64|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||16||4||64|
|Performance Task (Application)||2||1||2|
|Total Workload / 25 (Hours)||5.44|