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Analysis of Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Gain a deeper understanding of the musical language of this marvellous composer
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced
How it works:
The course is a series of related video lessons, each structured around a specific topic or topics. By the end of this course, you will have developed a strong sense of direction in your daily study routine.
Weekly video lessons
After joining the course, you will be able to view a new video lesson weekly. Each video lesson consists of:
Examples that musically define the sound of the topic you are studying in each video.
A study routine section in which we first discuss how to study the specific topic of each lesson. We will then play several exercises specially written to show you how to structure your daily study routine.
Assignments that will help you consolidate and practice what you have learned in each video.
After each lesson, you will be asked to study, practice and then video record yourself playing an assignment which may consist of several exercises. When ready, you submit the video of your assignment. The process of having to record yourself every week, significantly helps to internalise the material discussed in this course - quickly and naturally.
Weekly feedback: This function is only available in the "course" mode.
Certificate: This function is only available in the "course" mode.
Content of this course:
Lesson 1 – Analysis of the first theme (first 30 bars) Part 1
Lesson 2 – Analysis of the first theme (first 30 bars) Part 2
Lesson 3 – Analysis of the first theme (first 30 bars) Part 3
Lesson 4 – Analysis of the first theme (first 30 bars) Part 4
Lesson 5 – Analysis of the 2nd subdivision (bars 31-55) Part 1
Lesson 6 – Analysis of the 2nd subdivision (bars 31-55) Part 2
Lesson 7 – Analysis of the 3nd subdivision (B section) Part 1
Lesson 8 – Analysis of the 3rd subdivision (B section) Part 2
Lesson 9 – Analysis of the Last section, main theme