Louisville Conservatory of Music - Crescendo Yearbook (Louisville, KY)

 - Class of 1925

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Louisville Conservatory of illus-ic ACA IJEMIC, 12 credits. l - I-Iarmonic Analysis I and II, 72 hours, History of Music I and II, 72 hours, Counterpoint I and II, 72 hours. l,7UL7'URAL, French or 0 credits. Italian, 72 hours, Expression lDictionJ, 36 hours. SENIOR YEAR, 28 semester hour credits. APPLIED, 80 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits. Scales: Bach: Slur1'z'cs: Sonatas : Ronmnlie School : M orlcrn School : .-I CA DEMIC, Harmonic Scales and Arpcggi in all forms. lSee examination.l Well Tempered Clavichord Book II. Fantasies and Fugues. Czerny Op. 365. Beethoven Op. 53, Op. 57 and Op. 81. Schumann G minor, Glazounow, Rachmaninoff, Tschaikowsky, A Concerto of Chopin, Tschaikow- sky, Beethoven, or Grieg. Schumann Etudes Symphoniqucs. Chopin Mazurkas, Etudes, Scherzos, Ballads, Liszt Rhapsodics. Repertoire pieces of Brahms, Arensky Scriabine, Rubenstein, Dohnanyi, Debussy, Albeniz, Franck, Godowsky and D'Albert. 12 credits. Analysis III and IV, 72 hoursg Counterpoint and Fugue III and IV, 72 hours. Composition I and II, 72 hours. CULTURAL, 4 credits. French or Italian, 72 hours. ELECT! VES, Appreciation I and II, 72 hours, 4 credits, Orchestration I and II, 72 hours, 4 ereditsg Harmony V and VI, 72 hours, 4 credits, Composition III and IV, 72 hours, 4 credits. The electives may be taken either during the Junior or Senior year or as special subjects. PIANOFORTE EXAMINATIONS The following outline constitutes a resume of the work of each year of the academic course in pianoforte, and forms the basis of gradation in the final examinations for each ot the four years. l"lfESH1llAN: Scales: Major and Minor of all Keys, octavo distance, thirds and sixths, through four octaves. Tempo m. m. 100-4 notes. Arpeggi: Triads and inversions, dominant seventh, and inversions, Tempo m. m. 76-4 notes. Bach: Two Part Inventions or Dance Forms. Sonata: Haydn or Mozart. Modern piece of the grade of To Spring, Grieg: or Gondoliers, Moszkowski. SOPHOIIIORE: Scales: Same as Freshman year Tempo m. m. 1264 notes. Arpcggi: As in Freshman with the addition of the diminished seventh, Tempo m. m. 100-4 notes. Bach: Three Part Inventions, or Little Prcludes and Fugues. Sonala: Mozart or Beethoven. See outline for selection. Modern Piece of the grade of Witches Dance, MacDowellg or Erotikon No. 3, Sjogren. .I UN I 0 lt: Scales: As in Sophomore year Tempo in. ln. 138-4 notes. Arpeggi: As in Sophomore year Tempo m. m. 116-4 notes. Bach: Prelude and Fugues from Well Tempered Clavichord, Book I. Sonala: Beethoven from third year list, or Grieg E minor. Chopin' Etude. See outline for selection. Modern Piece of the grade of Caprice Espagnol, Moszkowskig or Etude F sharp, MacDowell. SENIOR: Scales: As in Junior year Tempo m. m. 162-4 notes adding double thirds. Arpeggi: As in Junior year Tempo m. m. 132-4 notes and sixths at m. m. 138-2 not-es. Bach: Well Tempered Clavichord, or Fantasia and Fugue. Sonata: Beethoven, Modern Composer, or Concerto. Chopin: Ballade or Polonaise. Piece: By Liszt, or one equal to Transcriptions or Rhapsodies in difficulty. page seventeen



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LUIIIISIJIIIII' fl0IlS!'I'I7l1f0I'jj of Music DEPARTMENT OF ORGAN AND CHOIR TRAINING The eompletion of the Sophomore Year of studio work in the Pianoforte Fourse, or its equivalent, is required for graduation from the Organ Course. This course is designed to provide IL tliolrougzgh and complete education in Organ Playing and Choir Trainineg, the requirements of the church service being kept constantly in mind. An important feature of this Department is a course in Choir Training which may he taken any time after the Freshman year, and the eonipletion of which is required of all candidates for graduation. This includes a. detailed study of hymns, chants, and anthems, their struc- ture, approprate selection and rendition: the organ accompanimeut of the church service. adaptation of piano accompaniments to the organ, and practical instruct ion in the training of choirs. The arrangement of the course is sufficiently flexible to meet the needs ot those who wish to major in this Department with the ohject of entering the pro- fession as organists at motion picture theatres. At' stated times, lectures upon Organ Construction will he given. I"Ii'l6SIl.ll.fiN YE.-1lf', 32 semester hour credits. .fil"l'LlED, 80 private lessons and required preparation, I2 credits. Elementary manual and pedal technie. with espeeial attention to the :requisition of independence between hands and feet. Elementary registration. - Studies of Clemens, Nilson and Schneider. Easier pieces hy Duhois, Guilmant. llheinlaerpger, etc. .flI'.ftl2E,llIl', 12 credits. Theory, 72 hoursg Ilarmony I and ll, 72 hoursg Ear and Eye 'lfrauung, T2 hours. f'l'l,7'Ul?.fl I.. S credits. lhiglisli C'ompositiou, IOS hoursg Acoustics, 36 hours. NUl'llU.Il0lfIC YE.-1 lf, 37 semester hour eredits. .'il'l'LlElD, S0 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits. Progressive study of manual and pedal technie and registration. Study in Pedal Phrasing hy Dudley Buck. Easier organ works of liaeh, and pieces and souatas hy Dulxois, Guilmaut, Rheiu- luerpger, llorowski, and others. .'ll'.-IIJEJIIIU, I3 eredits. Form Analysis I and II. 72 hoursg llarinouy III and IV, T2 hoursg Ear and Eye Training, 72 hours' Urran Construction and Choir Traininr 18 hours. 7 1 l'Ul,TUl?AL, I2 credits. English Literature, 108 hoursg General Psychology, 108 hours. .ll'.YIUlf l'E.All?. 30 semester hour credits. .'1I'I'LIl9IJ, S0 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits. More diHieult organ works of liaeh. Sonatas of Rheiulmerger, Merkel, Mendelssohn and Guilmant. Easier Symphonies of Widor. Pieces hy Saint-Saens, Salome, Andrews and ot iers. ' Af'.-llJIf.lIll.', I2 eredits. ' Ilarmonie Analysis I and II, 72 hoursg llistory of Blusie, T2 hoursg Counterpoint I and II, 72 hours. , lflf'L7'l'I?AL, 6 credits. French or Italian, 72 hoursg Expression tllietionj, 36 hours. SIGN1Olr'I'I9.-Ilf, 28 semester hour credits. .'tI'PL1l0D, 80 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits. Advanced work in all schools of organ composition. Preludes and Fugues and Sonatas of liach, Pieces hy Caesar Franck. Symphonies of Wider and Vierne. page eighteen

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