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Course Name
Turkish Instrumentation&Orchestration
English Instrumentation&Orchestration
Course Code
MYL 5024E Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Amy Terese Salsgiver
Course Objectives 1. To provide knowledge of the ranges and sound qualities of orchestral instruments, 2. To show how instruments have historically been written for in solo and ensemble
3. To develop an understanding of what is and is not idiomatic writing for instruments,
Course Description The study of instrumentation and orchestration taught through the study of orchestral instruments alone (flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, horn, trombone, tuba, piano, percussion, harp, strings, etc,) and in combination, Instruments’ range, timbral qualities, and attributes, Techniques of writing for instruments,
Course Outcomes Graduate students who successfully pass this course gain the following knowledge skills and competencies:
1. Technical knowledge about each instrumental family and subdivision,
2. Historical knowledge about each instrumental family,
3. Appropriate notation and composing for each instrumental family
4. Ability to discuss critically repertoire for each instrument family throughout historical
Required Facilities
Textbook Sevsay, Ertuğrul. The Cambridge Guide to Orchestration. Cambridge University Press, 2013
Other References Adler, Samuel, 2002, The Study of Orchestration, 3rd, edn, New York: W,W, Norton & Company,
Blatter, Alfred, Instrumentation and Orchestration, New YorkL Schurmer Books, 1997,
Forsythm Cecil, Orchestration, New York: Dover Publications, 1982, Kennan, Kent Wheeler, The Technique of Orchestration,NJ: Prentice Hall, 2002,
Shatzkin, Merton, Writing for the Orchestra: an Introduction to Orchestration, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1993,
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