APST 121A - Bach at the Clavier
Next Offered: Fall & Spring Semesters
Semester Offered: First & Second Semester, First Module
Credits: 1 Credit
An introduction to the harpsichord for pianists, focusing on the music of J.S. Bach. This course allows students to experiement with historical styles, techniques, and instruments, applying what they’ve learned to their interpretation of Bach at the piano. Topics include articulation, fingering, meter, arpeggiation, and ornamentation. Students are expected to bring to class pieces by Bach they are studying or have studied in the past.
Enrollment Limit: 4
Instructor: M. Edwards
Consent of the Instructor Required: Yes
Prerequisites & Notes: This is a one-module course, and may be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Students may also consider enrolling in APST 120A and/or APST 120B (Time Travel for Pianists) as a modular complement to this course. Enrollment is by instructor’s consent.
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