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Historische Aufführungspraxis

Teaching Staff

Prof. Dr. Hans Aerts (Musiktheorie)
Prof. Jean-Christophe Dijoux (Cembalo)
Prof. David Franke (Orgel/Orgelimprovisation)
Prof. Gottfried von der Goltz (Barockvioline)
Prof. Stefan Temmingh (Blockflöte)

Thomas Boysen (Laute)
Teun Braken (Generalbass)
Ann-Kathrin Brüggemann (Barockoboe)
Pol Centelles (Barockfagott)
Christoph Dangel (Barockcello)
Daniela Lieb (Traversflöte)
Martin Müller (Cembalo)
Geerten Rooze (Barocktrompete)

Courses of study available

Master of Music

Master of Music

Master's degree in Music as a 4-semester programme after a relevant Bachelor's degree

Regulations, degree plans and module catalogues

Requirements in the entrance exam

Instrumental performance of three works from different styles.

For recorder: One of the three works should either be an original diminution of a madrigal or an original ornamentation of a high baroque Italian slow movement or an original arrangement of a baroque sonata for violin or transverse flute.

For historical performance practice basso continuo:

From the basso continuo repertoire (17th/18th century)

- one prepared work

- an unprepared work (15 minutes preparation time) with the participation of a solo instrument or a singer

- a solo piece by Johann Sebastian Bach

Duration: approx. 20 minutes.

Admission to the aptitude test requires that the following is submitted with the application documents: a self-written document on the subject of "historical performance practice" or musicology or music analysis (accepted written languages: German, English, French).

(Excerpt from the Statutes on Enrollment; see there also the General examination requirements.)

Further notes on the entrance exams (Application, Deadlines, Formal Requirements)

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