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Course Name
Turkish Resital 1
English Recital 1
Course Code
MDP 609E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Tolgahan Çoğulu
Course Objectives - To learn the technical side of the instrument
- To make a contribution by performing to the relevant area
- To make a contribution to the relevant area of the instrument
- To direct research towards sectors
Course Description Etudes from the classical guitar repertoire that improve technical levels. Arpeggio exercises that develop right-hand techniques. Exercises and etudes that improve left-hand techniques. Pieces from the Contemporary period. Articulation and interpretation studies in the pieces of the Contemporary period. Anatolian folk music & Ottoman/Turkish maqam music arrangements and compositions of the classical guitar and microtonal guitar repertoire.
Course Outcomes I. Performing etudes from the classical guitar repertoire that improve technical levels.
II. Learning and performing arpeggio exercises that develop right-hand techniques.
III. Learning and performing exercises and etudes that improve left-hand techniques.
IV. Learning and performing pieces from the Contemporary period.
V. Learning articulation and interpretation studies in the pieces of Contemporary
period.
VI. Learning and performing Anatolian folk music arrangements and compositions of the classical guitar repertoire.
Pre-requisite(s)
Required Facilities Classical Guitar
Other
Textbook Tennant, Scott.1995. Pumping Nylon: The Classical Guitarist’s Technique
Handbook, USA: Alfred Publishing Co.
Other References Schneider, J., 1985: The Contemporary Guitar, USA: University of California
Press
Wade, G., 2001: A Concise History of the Classical Guitar, USA: .Mel Bay
Publications
Isbin, S., 1999: Classical Guitar Answer Book, USA:.String Letter Publishing
Inc., California.
Bordas, C. and Arriga, G., 1992: “The Guitar from the Baroque Period to the
1950’s” In La Guitarra Espanola / The Spanish Guitar, New York:
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
 
 
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