Spring 2021

Tuition

Package Discounts

Only applies to non-credit fees

FEE 

Take one Theory Course + one Vocal/Musical Instrument Course

525€

Take two Theory Courses

490€

 

Courses on Notation, Repertoire & Performance, and History

Non-Credit Fee Credit Fee

Modal Notation (Notation I)

260€ 310€

Mensural and Franconian Notation (Notation II)

260€ 310€

Melodic Ornamentation

260€ 310€

Melodic Improvisation (Voice & Instrumental)

260€ 310€

The Cantigas of Santa Maria of Alfonso X: Context, Notation, Performance

260€ 310€

Medieval Music History and its Performance I (850-1150)

260€ 310€

 

Voice & Instruments

Non-Credit Fee Credit Fee

Medieval Singing (Intermediate): Hildegard von Bingen: The Voice of Divine Inspiration

290€ 350€

Medieval Singing (Advanced): Dit du chancelier Philippe – A Story of Notre Dame’s most Glorious Chancellor

290€ 350€

Vielle (Intermediate): The Vielle in the Trouvère and Parisian Clerical Repertoires

290€ 350€

Vielle (Advanced): The Vielle and Jerome of Moravia

290€ 350€

Citole/Gittern/Psaltery (Intermediate): Secular and Religious Songs and Dances

290€ 350€

Citole/Gittern/Psaltery (Advanced): The Clerical Music Repertoire

290€ 350€

Harp: The Harp and Anglo-Norman Repertoire

290€ 350€

Bagpipe (Musa)/Pipe & Tabor (Intermediate): Instrumental Dances for Wind Instruments

290€ 350€

Bagpipe (Musa)/Pipe & Tabor (Advanced): Instrumental Dances for Wind Instruments

290€ 350€

Frame Drums (Beginner): Basic Technique & Repertoires

290€ 350€

Frame Drums (Intermediate): Rhythmic Accompaniment, Ornamentation, and Improvisation

290€ 350€

Portative Organ (Beginner): Discovering the Portative Organ: Basics of Playing

290€ 350€

Portative Organ (Intermediate): Organ Performance Practice in the Medieval Clerical Universe

290€ 350€

 

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Places are limited for each section, so sign up early.

The International Course of Medieval Music Besalú offers singers and instrumentalists the possibility of studying the repertoires of monodic and polyphonic music composed between the 11th and 13th centuries.

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