National University of Singapore offers an online course which will enable you to write like Mozart.
About the Course:
This course aims to give students a set of approaches for composition in the style of Classical and Romantic era European art music. The principles and skills in this course engage one as much as possible in the thinking of composers from those eras, giving the student compositional freedoms that composers of that era enjoyed. The issues of harmonic progression, voice leading, and texture are addressed in addition to relevant compositional concepts such as common tones, leading tones, repetition, variation, and elaboration.
The course offers presentations, demonstrations, and exercises for self-evaluation. Assessment involves a variety of short compositions in common textures found during the 18th and 19th centuries.
This course assumes that the student has had exposure to the basic principles of tonal harmony, musicianship, and/or some similar music theory introductory course. Students should be fairly comfortable with roman numeral analysis or, at least, chord symbols and common harmonic progressions. This course is not aimed exclusively at musicians with a classical music background. Rock, pop, and jazz musicians might find this course interesting as a stylistic contrast to the genres they usually work in.
The 6 week long session begins on January 6th, 2014. The course will be instructed by Peter Edwards. The course has a workload of 5-8 hours/week, it is taught in English and the subtitles available is in English.
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