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The Music course syllabus is designed around four key outcomes.
• Students apply musicianship skills, techniques and conventions when performing. This can involve playing from notation, from memory, improvising, playing by ear and the application of sound/production and technology.
• Students engage in the creative process of composing, arranging and transcribing music via notation, technology and/or improvisation.
• Students respond to, reflect on, and evaluate music. Students engage with the literature, music scores and recorded legacy of music through activities including aural and score analysis.
• Students understand how social, cultural and historical factors shape music in society.
• Aural and theory
• Composition and arrangement
• Cultural and historical perspectives
• Students receive professional tuition once a week during college time on a rotating timetable on their primary instrument.
The following instruments are taught at the College: Voice, Guitar, Bass and Drums. Three years’ experience on one of these instruments is desirable. Other instruments may be considered if negotiated with the teacher. Keyboard lessons are not provided.
Year 12 - Certificate II in Music (CUS20109)
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