Graduate Aural Perception (PERF5023)

UNIT OF STUDY

This unit of study aims to promote aural understanding of the elements of music and the ways in which these elements function in musical structures. It aims to develop already acquired skills of aural perception to the level requisite of a music professional through exercises in aural analysis and aural imagination. A range of musical styles will provide the focus for study with emphasis on melodic, harmonic and rhythmic features, as well as tonal design.

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Classes

2 hr/wk.

Assessment

Class tests (60%), assignments (40%).

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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