subject

Kadenze: Piano II: Focus on Reading

 with  Hannah Creviston
Sponsored
Data Analytics Certificate
Cornell University via eCornell

This course presents six sessions in which the student continues to expand their knowledge of piano technique, repertoire and musical concepts, including eighth notes, treble C pentascale, G pentascales, sharps and flats and intervals of 4ths, 5ths and 6ths. Each session contains a video lecture presented by the Instructor, piano practice assignments and graded assignments that include a quiz about music terms, theory and/or ear training and a video assessment of the student playing selected piano technique and repertoire. The course also includes a graded assignment for two concert reviews, which can be completed at any time during the course, and a final exam in which the student will perform a memorized piece of music of the Instructor’s choice for an audience.

Syllabus

Session 1: Eighth (8th) Notes 
Play Db, Ab and Eb Major 5-finger patterns and arpeggios. Play D Major I-IV-I-V7-I chord progression. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing eighth (8th) notes. Choose and play a piece by ear. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
Session 2: Treble Space Notes: F-A-C-E 
Play F Major and Bb Major I-IV-I-V7-I. Play treble space notes F-A-C-E going up and down. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
Session 3: Treble C Pentascale 
Play a piece utilizing imitation. Play and read the notes of a treble C pentascale. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
Session 4: G Pentascales 
Play A Minor 5-finger pattern, arpeggios, and i–iv–i–V7-i chord progression. Play bass and treble clef G pentascales. Read and play Gsus4 chord. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
Session 5: Sharps And Flats 
Play D and E Minor 5-finger patterns, arpeggios, and i–iv–i–V7-i chord progressions. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing sharps. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing flats. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing naturals. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
Session 6: Intervals: 4ths, 5ths, 6ths 
Play C Minor 5-finger pattern, arpeggio, and i–iv–i–V7-i chord progression. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing 4ths. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing 5ths. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing 6ths. Demonstrate knowledge of reading and playing blocked and broken intervals. Play the required repertoire with proper fingering, notes, rhythm and musicality. Define given music terms and demonstrate knowledge of the associated music theory.
0 Student
reviews
Cost Free Online Course
Subject Music
Provider Kadenze
Language English
Certificates Paid Certificate Available
Calendar
+ Add to My Courses
Learn Digital Marketing udacity.com

Gain real-world experience running live campaigns as you learn from top experts.

Advertisement
Become a Data Scientist datacamp.com

Learn Python & R at your own pace. Start now for free!

Advertisement
FAQ View All
What are MOOCs?
MOOCs stand for Massive Open Online Courses. These are free online courses from universities around the world (eg. Stanford Harvard MIT) offered to anyone with an internet connection.
How do I register?
To register for a course, click on "Go to Class" button on the course page. This will take you to the providers website where you can register for the course.
How do these MOOCs or free online courses work?
MOOCs are designed for an online audience, teaching primarily through short (5-20 min.) pre recorded video lectures, that you watch on weekly schedule when convenient for you.  They also have student discussion forums, homework/assignments, and online quizzes or exams.

0 reviews for Kadenze's Piano II: Focus on Reading

Write a review

Class Central

Get personalized course recommendations, track subjects and courses with reminders, and more.

Sign up for free