This unit will challenge you to extend your music practice. From the foundation of core technical and artistic skills you have previously developed, you will explore elements of musicianship, making informed and reflective decisions about how to apply these skills in the creation and realisation of musical works. You will bring together contextual knowledge with the development of your practice by exhibiting an emerging depth of artistic expression. Collaboration is an important aspect of any area of music and you will expand upon your ability to work with others. You will enact effective musical decisions in ensembles or equivalent project work. You will engage in a range of activities and learning environments appropriate to your specialisation.
|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, Dr Nick Haywood – Contemporary Music (String, Bass & Ensembles), Maria Lurighi – Contemporary Voice
|Available as student elective?||No|
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- Create and/or perform musical works by extending the security of technical and artistic skills.
- Analyse and interpret theoretical and contextual concepts related to your field.
- Engage in habitual self-reflection relating to your creative practice.
You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:
FCM214 AND FCM215 AND FCF201
Weekly Lecture (3 hours)
Task 1: Process assessment (50%)
Task 2: Summative assessment (50%)
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