This DeCal aims to teach interested students the basic history and mechanics of the carillon. Students will also learn basic carillon playing technique and perform a piece of their own choosing or from standard carillon repertoire.
Students must have working knowledge of a keyboard and be able to read duple and triple time signatures through three sharps/flats. Piano experience is not required. We welcome all musical backgrounds. Weekly class meetings are 50 minutes long and start on Berkeley time.
According to the number of available private instructors, the class size should be around 10-15 people this semester. This class is a great introduction to the carillon if you want to play for a semester with no long-term obligations.
If you want to receive formal and long-term carillon study, consider applying for Music 40 taught by the University Carillonneur Jeff Davis.
The first four weeks (starting January 31st) will be Tuesdays from 6-7 pm in 117 Morrison. After that, we will schedule 1 on 1 lesson time (1 hour per week) with a carillon student who will be your mentor. Please see the Syllabus HERE: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-YB7VU2f-UaU3h0aVh5OEQxaEU or below in the files section.
|Carillon DeCal||Anders Lewis, Michela Garber||10||117 Morrison||[Tu] 6:00PM-7:00PM||01/31/2017||
|Syllabus Spring 2017||Download|