Al termine degli studi relativi al Diploma Accademico di primo livello in Liuto, gli studenti devono aver acquisito le conoscenze delle tecniche storiche e le competenze specifiche tali da consentire loro di realizzare concretamente la propria idea artistica. A tal fine sarà dato particolare rilievo allo studio del repertorio più rappresentativo dello strumento – incluso quello d’insieme – e delle relative prassi esecutive, anche con la finalità di sviluppare la capacità dello studente di interagire all’interno di gruppi musicali diversamente composti. Tali obiettivi dovranno essere raggiunti anche favorendo lo sviluppo della capacità percettiva dell’udito e di memorizzazione e con l’acquisizione di specifiche conoscenze relative ai modelli organizzativi, compositivi ed analitici della musica ed alla loro interazione.
Specifica cura dovrà essere dedicata all’acquisizione di adeguate tecniche di controllo posturale ed emozionale. Al termine del Triennio gli studenti devono aver acquisito una conoscenza approfondita degli aspetti stilistici, storici estetici generali e relativi al proprio specifico indirizzo. Inoltre, con riferimento alla specificità dei singoli corsi, lo studente dovrà possedere adeguate competenze riferite all’ambito dell’improvvisazione e all’ornamentazione. E’ obiettivo formativo del corso anche l’acquisizione di adeguate competenze nel campo dell’informatica musicale nonché quelle relative ad una seconda lingua comunitaria.
The course offers students career openings in the following fields:
– solo musician
– chamber ensemble musician
– orchestra musician
– musical theater orchestral musician
– continuo player in chamber music and musical theater repertoires
Test 1 checks instrument skills and candidate’s music experience. Test 2 verifies theory and musical culture knowledge.
Multiple study programs are available depending on instruments, styles, performace practices and music periods choice.
Renaissance LUTE (6, 7 or 8 courses):
1) 30 minutes music program performance chosen by the candidate including at least one music piece from each of the following groups:
a. Fantasias or Ricercari with high difficulty counterpoint by Francesco da Milano or by Marco dall’Aquila
b. Two dances, preferaby Pavana and Saltarello, by Pietro Paulo Borrono da Milano (Casteliono, Milano 1536)
c. One Fantasia “de consonancias y redobles” and one Pavana by Luys Milán or by another 16th-century Spanish composer (played on VIHUELA or LUTE)
d. One ricercare and one dance by Italian composers from the second half of the 16th-century (Vincenzo Galilei, Simone Molinaro, Antonio Terzi or other Italian lute players of the same period)
e. One Fantasia and one dance by John Dowland or other English composer from Elisabethan age
2) Sight-reading of one piece in Italian tablature and of one piece in French tablature of medium difficulty.
3) Sight-reading basso continuo of a 17th-century music piece and/or of an improvisation on a basso line chosen by the commission.
Candidate who chooses a study plan focused on Baroque instruments repertoire may present a 30 minutes alternative music program (on multiple instruments too), including at least one music piece from each of the following groups:
ARCHLUTE, 10 courses LUTE and/or THEORBO:
– one toccata and one dance by Alessandro Piccinini
– one toccata and one dance by Gerolamo Kapsberger
– One music piece from tablature by Gaspar Sanz or by other Spanish composer of the same period
– One music piece by Francesco Corbetta or by other Italian or French composer of the same period
11 courses BAROQUE LUTE in D (or its German type derived):
– J. S. Bach, Preludio BWV 999
– D. Kellner, two fantasias
– One music piece from Suites by S.L. Weiss
– One music piece by R. De Viseé or by other French composer of the same period.
In case of multiple instrument program other than Renaissance lute, sight-reading tablature of medium difficulty and performance of a basso continuo and/or an improvisation on a basso line chosen by the commission will be compulsory too.
The commission reserves the right to interrupt the audition at any moment.
1) Sight-reading solfège, with syllables, on the treble clef. Difficulty level: complex rhythmics appropriate to the instrumental or vocal repertoire up until the 1900s.
2) Sight-reading solfège, with syllables, on the seven clefs. Medium difficulty
3) Sight-singing of a melodic solfège. Short modulations and transposition (one note up or down).
4) Music dictation of a short melody with accidentals.
5) General music theory questions.
N.B. candidates will be exempted from the latter test if awarderd with one of the following:
– TRPM (Theory, rhythmic, music perception) final certification of pre-college courses (Propedeutico) issued by Conservatorio Rossini;
– TRPM level A certification of preparatory courses (Preaccademico) issued by Conservatorio Rossini;
– TRPM level A certification of preparatory courses (Preaccademico) issued by one of Conservatorio Rossini’s certified partner schools;
– “Licenza di Solfeggio” (instrument specialization) certification of old-degree system (vecchio ordinamento) issued by any Italian recognized Institution;
– High school diploma issued by any Liceo Musicale recognized by Conservatorio Rossini. The exemption will be given for diplomas issued from a.a. 2020/2021 on to candidates that had passed an exam with a commission appointed by the Liceo and completed by Conservatorio Rossini’s Director or one of his/her delegates.
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