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  Classicism and Romanticism in the Symphonies of Robert Schumann
  Classicism and Romanticism in the Symphonies of Robert Schumann  
0842-4512-01
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סמ'  ב'1200-1400017מבוכמן-מהטהשיעור מר שרון ישראל
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ש"ס:  2.0

Course description

The course will examine the way in which classicism and romanticism are combined in the symphonies of Robert Schumann. Shcumann  is a major figure in the romantic movement and is well-known for the novelty in his use of form, harmony rhythm and expression. On the other hand, we can trace  the great influence of baroque and classical ideas. The combination of romantic and classical ideas is demonstrated in his 4 symphonies and contributes to their originality of musical ideas and expression.

סילבוס מפורט

אמנויות
0842-4512-01 Classicism and Romanticism in the Symphonies of Robert Schumann
Classicism and Romanticism in the Symphonies of Robert Schumann
שנה"ל תשע"ט | סמ'  ב' | מר שרון ישראל

סילבוס מפורט/דף מידע

The Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music

 

Course:   Classicism and Romanticism in the symphonies of R.Schumann

Semesterial, 2018-2019

Lesson, 2 hours weekly course 

 

The course will be held in English

 

Name of lecturer: Mr. Israel Sharon

Tel:  052-2203604

Email:  israelshar@gmail.com 

 

Reception time

 Sunday 16:00-16:45

 

 Description of course

 The course will examine the way in which classicism and romanticism are combined in the symphonies of Robert Schumann. Shcumann  is a major figure in the romantic movement and is well-known for the novelty in his use of form, harmony rhythm and expression. On the other hand, we can trace  the great influence of baroque and classical ideas. The combination of romantic and classical ideas is demonstrated in his 4 symphonies and contributes to their originality of musical ideas and expression.

Course requirements

 Regular attendance and participation

 

Grading Summary

 70% final exam; 30% class participation

 

Course subjects

 The lessons will deal with the different influences and ideas ,which build each movement of the 4 symphonies of Schumann- Baroque and Classical ides, romantic post-Beethovenian ideas, and the influence of other musical genres.

 

 

Bibliography

The scores will serve as the course's textbook.

 

Robert Schumann- Symphonies 1-4

 

 

 

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