Aims and objectives
To develop the musical technique necessary to write a fugue. Having acquired a basic technique in Part IB, in Part II you will develop greater fluency and sophistication, as well as the ability - essential for all musicians - to 'hear' music silently.
Description of the course
The course is taught through lectures and supervisions. Part II undergraduates are welcome to attend the Part IB Fugue lectures. Having spent a year working on fugue, you are likely to derive greater benefit from them the second time. General comments about fugue are given under Part IB.
|Dr Silas Wollston|