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2014年6月24日

103學年度新增服務學習課程-絃樂合奏

「1110011絃樂合奏」課程(蘇正途教授指導) 訂於103學年度起將列入服務學習課程學分
惟因課程為學年課,
提醒同學們需於上下學期修業完畢後,點數將於第2學期計入,最高可獲30點
敬請主修絃樂同學們踴躍選課

2014年6月20日

【7/28~8/3】空調維修,全系館不開放,有事請洽音樂二館會議室

【7/28~8/3】

音樂系一館空調維修,全系館不開放

有事請洽音樂二館會議室。

謝謝大家^^

2014年6月19日

102學年度畢業離校注意事項

畢業班同學好:
本學期課程結束為103年6月21日(畢業班課程仍應授滿18週),教師繳送學期成績截止日為7月2日,預計7月3日開放成績查詢。

如已修畢規定應修科目與學分,成績及格,並通過本校規定之各項畢業考核,符合畢業資格者,請至「學生入口」/「離校系統」http://203.71.172.237/LeaverStu/login.aspx列印[畢業離校申請書],攜帶學生證辦理離校手續,俾領取學位證書。
(碩博士畢業生請參考 : 102學年度音樂學系碩博士離校程序  )

若無法親自到校辦理離校手續者,可委託他人辦理(請檢附畢業離校申請書、學生證、委託書、申請人及受託人之身分證件)。

暑假期間:行政單位上班時間週一至週五8:30-16:30;
圖書館開館時間週一至週五8:30-16:20;
系所辦公室上班時間週一至週四8:30-16:30
畢業離校如有疑問請洽註冊組,電話02-28961000分機1215。

103學年度第一學期法國鋼琴大師Prof.Eugen Indjic 選修課程「大師專題—鋼琴作品詮釋」

103學年度第1學期(2014113  1115日)
本學系將邀請法國鋼琴大師Prof.Eugen Indjic蒞臨本校客座講學 「大師專題鋼琴作品詮釋」

課程內容(含大師班/演講及音樂會)
課程將於本學期(102-2)期末開放預選,歡迎同學們踴躍選課。課程代碼:音樂系1110030 、碩士班2110011、博士班3110009
授課時間 : 請參考 課表公告   (目前為暫訂請隨時注意公告)
鋼琴大師 報名時間:103/10/1~103/10/15 欲報名同學屆時請至系辦領取並填寫報名表報名,於1027日舉行甄選(請準備完整作品+背譜),請提前準備。


2014年6月16日

103-1關渡新聲

             
103學年度第一學期音樂系比賽優勝者音樂會】
甄選辦法
    旨:為103學年度第一學期『關渡新聲』音樂會徵選優秀同學參與演出,增加同學上台演奏經驗,並以音樂會形式公開演出以鼓勵同學。
比賽日期:1. 初賽103929
                      2. 決賽1031027
            (詳細比賽日程及順序將另行公佈)
比賽組別:協奏曲組
         (限定管樂絃樂擊樂三組參賽)。
  比賽曲目:曲目請見第2~4
          (比賽曲目須背譜)。
參賽資格:凡為國立臺北藝術大學音樂系大學部、研究所、博士班在學學生皆可參加,但曾獲選『關渡新聲』比賽優勝的同學,不得再參加同項比賽項目。
獎勵辦法:1. 獲選同學將由音樂系辦公室安排,於103學年度『關渡新聲』音樂會中演出(演出曲目與參賽曲目必須相同),獲選同學將可與音樂系管絃樂團合作演出,『關渡新聲』音樂會暫訂於1031213於本校展演藝術中心音樂廳舉行。
                       2. 獲選同學可獲頒獎狀乙只、獎品一份。
報名辦法:
1.  至系辦公室索取報名表或至系上網頁下載
2.  除繳交紙本報名表外,請將報名表上資料, (中英文姓名、組別、年級、曲目、手機、伴奏姓名…) word檔傳送琪翊助教信箱kiwi7547@gmail.com需完成紙本及Email兩項報名手續才算完成報名。

3.  103919e-mail和紙本受理報名。紙本報名表詳細填寫並經主修老師推薦簽名後,交至系辦公室琪翊助教,謝謝。

線上報名表連結:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-T-VyaeMUmhd2FwOWVNdzYxQ1E/edit?usp=sharing


『關渡新聲』協奏曲組曲目如下
(請從以下任選一首參賽)
小提琴
1.W.A. MozartViolin Concerto No. 3, No. 4, No. 5
2.L.van BeethovenViolin Concerto in D Major
3.F.MendelssohnViolin Concerto in e minor Op.64
4.C.Saint-SaensIntroduction & Rondo Capriccioso
5.C.Saint-SaënsHavanaise
6.C.Saint-SaënsViolin Concerto No.3 in b minor , Op.61
7.P.I.TchaikovskyViolin Concerto in D Major Op.35
8.H.VieuxtempsConcerto No. 4
9.H.VieuxtempsConcerto No. 5 , Op.37
10.E.ChaussonPoème Op.25
11.M.RavelTzigane
12.M.BruchViolin Concerto No. 1 in g minor, 
Op. 26
13.J.SibeliusViolin Concerto
14.A.DvorakViolin Concerto in a minor Op.53
15.Sarsate Carmen Fantasy op. 25
16.Hubay Carmen Fantasie Brillante 
17.Waxman Carmen Fantasy
18.Tchaikovsky Waltz Scherzo op. 34
 
19.Violin & Viola
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E flat major, K. 364

20.Piano, Violin, Cello:
Beethoven Concerto for Piano, Violin & Cello in C major, op. 56
中提琴
1.W.WaltonConcerto for Viola and Orchestra
2.Béla BartokViola Concerto
3.P.HindemithDer Schwanendreher
4.B.MartinuRhapsody Concerto
  
5.Bruch Romance op. 85
  
6.Weber Andante e Rondo Ungarese op. 35
大提琴
1.F.J.HaydnCello Concerto in D Major Op. 101
2.L.BoccheriniCello Concerto in Bb Major
3.F.J.HaydnCello Concerto in C Major
4.Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor, Op. 33 
5.Édouard Lalo: Cello Concerto in d minor
低音提琴
1.G. BottesiniConcerto No.2 in b minor
2.Serge KoussevitzkyConcerto Op.3
3.J.B. Vanhal Concerto D Major
  
4.Karl Ditters von Dittersdof Concerto E major
豎琴
1.C. Saint-SaënsMorceau de concert pour Harpe op.154
2.W. A. MozartKonzert C-Dur fuer Floete , Harfe und Orchester
3.C. ReinekeConcerto in E minor  Op.182
4.A. GinesteraConcerto for Harp
5.R. Gliere : Concerto 0p. 74
長笛
1.W.A.MozartFlute Concerto in G Major KV313
2.W.A.MozartFlute Concerto in D Major KV314
3.C.ReineckeFlute Concerto in D Major Op.283
4.C.T. Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra
雙簧管
1.J.Rietz : Concert Piece for Oboe and Orchestra, Op.33
2.W.A.Mozart : Oboe Concerto in C Major, KV 314
3.L.B.Söderlundh : Concertino for Oboe and Strings, 1944
4.J.N.Hummel : Introduction, Theme and Variations for Oboe and Orchestra, Op.102
5.R. Strauss: Concerto in D major for Oboe and small Orchestra
單簧管
1.L.SpohrClarinet Concerto No.1
2.G.RossiniIntroduction,Theme and Variations
3.A.CoplandClarinet Concerto
4.M.ArnoldClarinet Concerto No.2
5.C.M.von Weber: Clarinet Concerto No.1 Op. 73
低音管
1.J.FrançaixConcerto
2.E.BozzaConcertino
3.J.N.HummelBassoon Concerto
4.Jiři PauerConcerto for Bassoon and Orchestra
薩克斯風
1.L.Eric LarssonConcerto
2.H.TomasiConcerto for Saxophone and Orchestra
3.Andre Waigenein : Rhapsody
法國號
1.M.HaydnConcerto in Eb Major for Two Horns and Orchestra
2.W.A.MozartConcerto No.2  KV417
3.R.StraussHorn Concerto No.1  Op.11
小號
1. F.J.HaydnConcerto in Eb Major  Hob e-1
2. A.ArutunianTrumpet Concerto
3. H.HummelConcerto in Eb Major
長號
1.F.DavidConcertino Op.4
2.L.GrondahlConcerto pour Trombone et Orchestre
3.H.TomasiConcerto pour Trombone et Orchestre
低音號
1.Thomas StevensVariations in Olden Style
2.Jan KoetsierConcertino for Tuba and String Orchestra
擊樂
1.Nathan Daughtrey:Concerto for Vibraphone
2.Tobias Broström: Arena Percussion Concerto No.I
3.Prius Chung:Marimba Concerto
4.Chin Chen Lin:Marimba Concerto No.1
5.Emmanuel Sejourne: Vibraphone Concerto

2014年6月5日

102學年度第2學期術科期末考試日程表



2014年6月4日

2014.06.05【 Bassoon Master Class】Mark Gigliotti

【 Bassoon Master Class】

主講人:Mark Gigliotti

      (費城交響樂團低音管首席)



日期:201465()
時間:10:30~12:10
地點:音樂一館M101

※歡迎有興趣者前往聆聽


Mark Gigliotti, co-principal bassoon, joined The Philadelphia Orchestra in 1982. He began his professional career as solo bassoonist with the Hague Philharmonic in the Netherlands for three seasons and was also principal bassoon of the Pittsburgh Symphony. He has performed with some of the world’s greatest conductors, including Eugene Ormandy, Leonard Bernstein, Riccardo Muti, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Raphael Frühbeck de Burgos, Charles Dutoit, Klaus Tennstedt, Eugen Jochum, Hans Vonk, Simon Rattle, and Lorin Maazel, among others.
While living in Europe Mr. Gigliotti studied conducting with Dutch conductor and teacher Kees Bakels and later with former Philadelphia Orchestra Resident Conductor Luis Biava. Mr. Gigliotti made his conducting debut at the Curtis Institute of Music in 1979. In 2007 he was a finalist for the position of assistant conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra, having the honor of conducting that ensemble as part of the audition process. He has been music director and conductor of the Lower Merion Symphony for the last eight seasons and resident conductor at the Philadelphia International Music Festival for three seasons, and he has guest conducted at the Luzerne Music Festival, the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. He has also conducted student ensembles for The Philadelphia Orchestra’s education department outreach.
Mr. Gigliotti graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music in 1979, having studied bassoon with former Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Bassoon Bernard Garfield. He also studied with former Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Bassoon Sol Schoenbach, Shirley Curtiss, and John Shamlian. Mr. Gigliotti first appeared as a soloist with The Philadelphia Orchestra in 1979, as a winner of the Orchestra’s Senior Student Competition (now the Albert M. Greenfield Competition), and has since performed as soloist with the Orchestra under Mr. Muti, Mr. Sawallisch, and William Smith. In February 2006 Mr. Gigliotti performed John Williams’s bassoon concerto, Five Sacred Trees, with the Hilton Head Orchestra in South Carolina. In 2001 he recorded Weber’s Bassoon Concerto and Andante and Hungarian Rondo, Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto, and Richard Strauss’s Duet-Concertino with the Taipei Symphony. He has appeared frequently as soloist with orchestras in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He has been on the faculty of the College of New Jersey since 1992, has taught chamber music at the Curtis Institute, and has given master classes in the United States and throughout the world. 
Mr. Gigliotti comes from a musical family, having studied with his father, former Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Clarinet Anthony Gigliotti; his mother, pianist Amelia Gigliotti; and his grandfather, Joseph Gigliotti. He is married to Philadelphia Orchestra contrabassoonist Holly Blake. He plays on a Heckel bassoon from 1931, which was played by former Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Bassoon Walter Guetter, father of the American school of bassoon playing. When not occupied with musical activities, Mr. Gigliotti enjoys skiing and sailing, and is a certified ski instructor at Hunter Mountain in New York State.