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Course Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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APST 121 - Performing Beethoven’s Violin Sonatas


Semester Offered: Second Semester, First Module
Credits (Range): 1 Hour
Attribute: CNDP
This course gives students the opportunity to play in a workshop setting with David Breitman at the fortepiano (pitch=A440). Each student will prepare a different movement each week (6 movements over the module). Prior experience with a period violin/bow is neither required nor expected; students may use their modern violin in this course. Differences between the modern and earlier violin will be touched on, however, and interested students may be able to borrow equipment,depending on availability.
Enrollment Limit: 4
Instructor: D. Breitman
Consent of the Instructor Required: Yes
Prerequisites & Notes
Violin majors only (permission of the principal teacher required).


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