Course title in Estonian
Course title in English
approximate amount of contact lessons
lecturer of 2018/2019 Spring semester
Raul Talmar (eesti keel)
lecturer of 2019/2020 Autumn semester
lecturer not assigned
To give students the knowledge and skills for participating in choral music through practical music making. To develope further skills that were gained during the study program Choir I. To introduce choir conducting as a profession and develop ideas for using the voice as an instrument. To give students individual lessons regarding practical experience for leading a choir.
Brief description of the course
Students participate in choir rehearsals, seminars and concerts. Students who take individual lessons will fully participate in the work of a choir and also participate in 14 academic hours of individual lessons.
Students will train their skills practicing individually various musical scores. Those who have chosen individual conducting lessons will personally practice the skills of sight reading of the scores of the given repertoire.
Learning outcomes in the course
In choir performances the students will sing their choral parts as musically well prepared as possible. Material of individual lessons will be tested separately.
Teaching Band and Orchestra: Methods and Materials by Lynn G. Cooper (Hardcover – Apr. 1, 2004)
The Conductor As Leader: Principles of Leadership Applied to Life on the Podium by Ramona M. Wis (Hardcover – June 30, 2007)
Steven E. Plank; Choral performance: The Guide to Historical Practice (2004)
Students are able to take this course as a freely chosen subject outside of their curriculum as well.