MUSI-2201 Complementary Piano V
The piano program provides piano training that complements the process. The work in scales, arpeggios, and progressions is indispensable for studying tonality. The progressions cover cadences and simple modulations and the use of all the degrees and modulations of distant intervals. The sonata form must be present during the entire process, given its importance in the development of tonal music. This program avoids the dilemmas of repertory believing that instructor criteria must be honest relative to the individual development of students and their program levels. The inclusion of free choice in the program permits Latin American contemporary and other types of repertory as long as they are originals for piano. The works must be presented at tempo and in the correct style.
InstructorSampeña De La Tejera Maria Barbara
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