- single.tone and polyphonic, free-tonal music
- music that contains polyrhytmics
- music that is written with C-clefs
Edlund L. Modus novus
Students make independently and under instruction melody exercises, singing, music reading, music listening and perceiving as well as writing down single-tone and polyphonic music exercises that develop perceiving skills in melody, harmony and rhythm (polyrhythmics).
Exam at the end of the school year.
- writing a single-tone, free-tonal melody containing all intervals and writing down its accompaniment chords with letter markings
- writing down polyphonic, tonal melody and its chords with letter markings and degree functions
- writing a polyrhythmic melody and its rhyhtmic accompaniment
Oral section is performed on prima vista (a few minutes allowed to look)
- singing a single-voice free-tonal melody that contains all intervals
- singing a melody written with C-clefs
- singing a polyrhythmic melody and performing its polyrhythmic accompaniment audibly using hands
01.08.2021 - 31.07.2022
02.07.2021 - 31.07.2021
5 - 12
Soili Lehtinen, music lecturer
Degree Programme in Music
Linnankatu Arts Campus
Students can demonstrate their level of competence in A-level solfege by performing an exam acceptably.
- face-to-face teaching, distance teaching and independent studying
Students make weekly during the academic year
independently and under direction
melody exercises, singing, music reading, music listening and perceiving as well as writing down single-tone and polyphonic music exercises that develop perceiving skills in melody, harmony and rhythm (polyrhythmics).
After completing the course, the student
- is able sing and write down more demanding tonal, free-tonal and modal polyphonic music than on B-level
- is able sing single-tone and polyphonic music containing C-clefs
- is able perform and write down polyrhythmic music
-is able to show personal artistic view when interpreting music.
Solfege A is a course lasting one academic year.