Course title in Estonian
Helilooming ja improvisatsioon digiklaveril
Course title in English
Composition and Improvisation on Digital Piano
lecturer of 2020/2021 Spring semester
Avo Ulvik (õpetamise keel: Estonian) ordinary course
lecturer of 2021/2022 Autumn semester
lecturer not assigned
Introduction to basic principles of composing and improvisation based on digital piano possibilities.
Brief description of the course
In this course students are introduced to basic principles of composing and improvisation as well as possibilities of digital pianos. The course consists of three modules a 10 academic hours: I Digital pianos (Avo Ulvik), II Composition and improvisation (Gerhard Lock), III Improvisation, accompaniment and jazz (Tiit Lauk). The course takes place in groups including individual supervising. Both active and observing participation in the lessons is commendatory for the students. Important in the course is involvement in the process, group discussions, teachers' advice and development of self-reflection competencies of the students. Independent work on digital pianos includes training and solving practical, creative and improvisational tasks and introducing them in group lessons.
Learning outcomes in the course
Upon completing the course the student...
- knows important possibilities of digital pianos and is able to apply them on a basic level to composing and improvising being also able to pedagogically conceptualize and teach them;
- knows important principles of composing and (free) improvisation and is able to apply them on digital pianos on a basic level in one's creative activity being also able to pedagogically conceptualize and teach them;
- knows important jazz and accompaniment principles and is able to apply them on digital pianos on a basic level in one's creative activity being also able to pedagogically conceptualize and teach them.
Avo Ulvik, MSc (vastutav õppejõud); Hain Hõlpus MA
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