In this unit students will develop the technical skills and aesthetic judgement necessary for the realisation of musical work within their specialisation (Stream).
Students will engage in a range of activities and learning environments appropriate to their Stream.
Classes and Lectures
Workshops and master-classes
Projects and placements
|Unit name||Music Practice 3|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Dr Maria Grenfell – Composition, Dr Glen Hodges – Jazz & Popular Music Performance, Arabella Teniswood-Harvey – Classical Music Performance, Ms Mia Palencia – Songwriter, Dr Matthew Boden – Commercial Music Creation, Mr Stewart Long and Dr Matthew Boden – Music Technology
Profile staff and specialist casual staff as required
|Available as student elective?||No|
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FCM215, FCM214, FCF201
Music Technology Specialisation:
Jazz & Popular Music Performance Specialisation:
Classical Performance Specialisation:
Commercial Music Creation Specialisation:
Theory: 50% (2 x assignments and 1 x exam)Aural: 50% (workshop tests, homework tasks and 1 x aural exam)
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