Carl Czerny'nin Opus 299/19 Numaralı Etüdünün Piyano Eğitimine Yünelik Analizi

Öztürk, Birsen
August 2007
Gazi University Journal of Gazi Educational Faculty (GUJGEF);2007, Issue 2, p241
Academic Journal
Etudes are methodical music compositions, usually based on a motif or figure in order to improve any difficulties in instrumental music. In this article, C. Czerny's Op.299, No. 19 piano Etude in F Major which is widely used in piano lessons at Music Departments of Education Faculties in Turkey is analyzed. The aim of this article is to make students learn this etude in very short time and to use analyze way as model in other etudes. In analyzing the etude, as a first step it was decided to analyze this etude by motifs, second step was to determine the technical difficulties and the third was to prepare technical exercises to solve these technical difficulties. In addition, by using these exercises, students can overstep easily this etude's difficulties.


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