20710392 - ANALISI E DIDATTICA DELL’INTERPRETAZIONE MUSICALE

Unit 1. The course aims to give a fundamental theoretical knowledge in the field of musical performance and of its teaching, both in historical and stylistic perspective. The relationships with extra-musical elements (literature, cinema, theatre, figurative arts), in the perspective of an interdisciplinary teaching, will be analyzed, with specific regard to the role of the teacher.

Unit 2. The course aims to provide fundamental knowledge on the history of music education between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries, with particular reference to the teaching of instruments and singing. The different approaches that are used modernly for the teaching of musical interpretation will also be explored

AVERSANO LUCA

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Fruizione: 20710391-1 ANALISI E DIDATTICA DELL'INTERPRETAZIONE MUSICALE 1 in DAMS Teatro, musica, danza LM-65 AVERSANO LUCA

Programme

The course deals with the theory and the analysis of musical performance, both in terms of a specifically musicological approach (vocal and instrumental performance practices from the Baroque to the twentieth century), and on that of cultural history. In particular, it will be examined the figure of Maria Callas, also in the relations with the social context and with other arts (literature, theater, cinema, art, media).

Core Documentation

- Selected essays which will be communicated at the beginning of the lessons
- "Mille e una Callas. Voci e studi", a cura di Luca Aversano e Jacopo Pellegrini, II ed., Quodlibet, Macerata 2017.

Additional materials for student non attending the lessons:
One book of free choice among:
Enrico Careri, Studi su esecuzione e interpretazione. Vivaldi, Schubert, E.A. Mario, Lim, Lucca 2014; Arturo Toscanini: il direttore e l'artista mediatico, a cura di Marco Capra e Ivano Cavallini, Lim, Lucca 2011; Davide Bertotti, Il direttore d'orchestra da Wagner a Furtwängler : l'illustre aberrazione, L’epos, Palermo 2005; Hans-Heinrich Unger, Musica e retorica fra XVI e XVIII secolo, a cura di Elisabetta Zoni, Alinea Editrice, Firenze 2003; Ivano Cavallini, Il direttore d’orchestra. Genesi e storia di un’arte, Marsilio, Venezia 1998; Piero Rattalino, Storia del pianoforte, Il Saggiatore, Milano 2008; Bernard Sherman, Interviste sulla musica antica. Dal canto gregoriano a Monteverdi, Edt, Torino 2002; Free improvisation: history and perspectives, a cura di A. Sbordoni e A. Rostagno, Lucca, LIM, 2018.



Type of delivery of the course

The course is divided into 10 lessons, half of which dedicated to laboratory activities of analysis of musical interpretations.

Attendance

Frequency is highly recommended.

Type of evaluation

Discussion of the course topics and examination of the knowledge of the texts indicated in the bibliography; attending students can present a project dedicated to the history or analysis of musical interpretation.