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Qualifying Examination for the Bachelor of Arts

The detailed programme concept can be found here.

REQUIREMENTS

The Artistic Specialisation Subject (KSF) as well as the Minor in Voice will be pre-assessed on the basis of a video to be submitted by the deadline. Content and formal requirements for the video: see below.

The following aptitude test components take place in presence:

Applied piano playing (if piano is not the main subject)
Applied Piano Playing combines the previous compulsory subject "Piano" with the subject "Practical Piano Playing"

  • Preparation of three easy to moderately difficult piano pieces from different stylistic periods (for example Bach: Inventions, Haydn: Sonatas, Chopin: Mazurkas, Bartók: Mikrokosmos)
  • Preparation of two songs from different styles (folk songs, folklore, popular music or jazz with independently developed accompaniment and use of the own voice. Only a lead sheet is to be used as a template. A lead sheet contains only melody, chord symbols and lyrics.)
  • Playing a simple piece from the sheet
  • Playing a cadenza: A cadenza with an extended subdominant form and a dominant seventh chord form with leading in keys up to two accidentals is expecte
  • Harmonisation of a simple song melody (with main functions)

If piano is the main subject, the three easy to moderately difficult piano pieces are omitted.

Speaking
Prepared recitation of a prose text or a poem of own choice.

Talking test
Determination of the ability to reflect and verbalise on the basis of a conversation about

  • the reasons which led the applicant to choose the school music course of study
  • Perception of the professional field and area of responsibility of the music educator
  • Perception of current music teaching in schools as well as other music education practice
  • Perceptions of the future practice of music teaching in schools and other social settings

Group test
Prepared instruction of a study group of approximately 10 minutes duration (musical play, body or object percussion, instrumental or choral performance, dance or comparable group activity of own choice). The learning group is composed of applicants and students of the Bachelor of Arts "Music Education" (approx. 8 to 20 persons). Basic musical skills such as sight-singing and sight-playing can usually be assumed.

Music Theory and Ear Training

  • written: dictation of notes in one and two voices, determination of intervals and tones, basso continuo task, cadenzas
  • practical: playing cadenzas

Music History (written) General overview of style epochs and genres, composers and their most important works, grasping and classifying a short excerpt of a work by ear from a sound carrier (stylistically, formally, instrumentally, rhythmically, etc.)

 

 

VIDEO SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The video must be uploaded via the application portal within the application deadline.

Applicants must be clearly recognisable. No technical edits are permitted within a performed piece. The video should not be older than 6 months. Piano accompaniment is optional. Works performed in the video may be part of the repertoire for the presence examination.

Please place meaningful time stamps between the pieces or parts of the video.

The video of approx. 15-20 minutes duration must contain the following elements relating to the artistic focus subject and the compulsory subject of singing:

  • Main subject instrumental (classical)
    Three works or parts of works from different style periods (continuo period, classical, romantic, new music), which show the ability to interpret and the technical ability

  • Main subject singing
    At least four works from different stylistic periods

  • Special subject instruments and singing from the field of popular music
    (drum set, electric bass, jazz and pop piano, electric guitar, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, singing)
    At least three works from rock, pop, jazz, soul, funk, Latin and world music. The selection of works should include one slow and one up-tempo piece. The ability to interpret and improvise and technical ability should be evident. For jazz and pop piano, electric guitar, saxophone, trumpet and trombone: additionally one classical piece.

  • Main subject Digital Creation
    a 10-minute live performance of your own music using your own digital and/or analog sound media (computer, controller, modular synthesizer, no-input mixer, looper, etc.),

    a 5-minute improvisation on a musical concept of your choice
    least four works from different stylistic periods

    such as

    an approx. 3-minute explanatory video on the electronic system / instrument used, which goes into the musical and technical way of working

  • Minor subject singing (if singing is not the main subject)
    Any vocal composition (Lied, chorale, song, chanson, spiritual)

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