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Music Fundamentals Level 2

Unpack the language of music in this series of courses. This course extends the practical and theoretical skills achieved in Level 1 and also begins an extensive study of harmony, with an historic look at this development, analysing triads and their inversions, and culminating in a thorough study of all 7th type chords. Cadences and minor scales are also covered. Level 2 will cover: The effects of harmony and analysis of harmonic concepts Triads and 7th chords Cadences The theory... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry level : Prior completion of Music Fundamentals Level 1 or students who have recently studied music theory to at least Grade 2 AMEB or equivalent.

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Ear Training and Sight Reading Level 4

For instrumentalists and singers, this course provides a structured approach to the understanding and recognition of intervals and chords; scales, modes and melodic lines; developing practical skills in dictation and transcription; leading to a confident basis for sight-reading, improvisation and the development of melodic and harmonic line. Classes will be held in a shared group context, using sol-fa as a tool. This method helps students to develop relative pitch, so that they are... [More]
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Suitable for ages 16+
Entry Level: Prior completion of Ear Training and Sight Reading 3.

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Ear Training and Sight Reading Level 1

Crack the code of music: learn how to recognise what you hear and write it down and how to vocalise and hear music as you read from the page. For instrumentalists and singers, this course provides a structured approach to the understanding and recognition of intervals and chords; scales, modes and melodic lines; developing practical skills in dictation and transcription; leading to a confident basis for sight-reading, improvisation and the development of melodic and harmonic line.... [More]
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Entry Level: Prior completion of Music Fundamentals 1 or equivalent. Students should have a basic understanding of music notation, time signatures and key signatures.
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Entry Level: Prior completion of Music Fundamentals 1 or equivalent. Students should have a basic understanding of music notation, time signatures and key signatures.

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Music Fundamentals Level 3

Unpack the language of written music. This course continues the development of the practical and theoretical skills achieved in Levels 1 and 2, analysing contemporary harmony, modal scales and complex rhythmic concepts. An exploration of performance, composition and research techniques is also included, culminating in an overview of twentieth century genres. A brief discussion of the history of jazz, its evolution and influence on Western music is also presented. Level 3 will... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry Level: Prior completion of Music Fundamentals Level 2 or equivalent.

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Jazz Harmony 2

Jazz Harmony 2 builds on concepts presented in Jazz Harmony 1. This course will discuss the Blues form, minor key harmony (in depth), guide tone lines, voice leading and diminished chord patterns and scales. An in-depth presentation of melodic analysis techniques will also be covered. In addition, two workshop weeks will be scheduled for composition assignments to be performed and analysed. Entry: by prior enrolment in Jazz Harmony 1. WHAT STUDENTS SAY ABOUT THIS COURSE A... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry Level: Prior completion of Jazz Harmony level 1 or discussion with tutor

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Music Composition

The aim of the Music Composition course is to provide participants with the basic knowledge and compositional techniques required to work in the style that they wish to explore. Participants will work on their own tailored composing task created in consultation with the tutor and reviewed and developed each week. Each week different topics will be discussed including: how to get and develop inspiration different approaches to harmony drafting strategies using different software... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry Level :* Prior completion of Music Fundamentals 3 or equivalent recommended (approx. AMEB Grade 5 Musicianship). Must be able to read music.

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Music Fundamentals Level 1

Unpack the language of music in this series of courses. This course provides students with the skills and knowledge required to understand and apply the basics of the language of music notation and begin the process of sight reading. Classes will be led in a tutorial context with practical and theoretical components. Level 1 will cover: The origins and history of music notation The principles of contemporary music notation Reading and writing of music notation Key signatures,... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16) Complete beginners welcome!

A workbook covering Music Fundamentals 1-4 will be available for purchase from the tutor at the first class for $50.

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For adults (minimum age 16) Complete beginners welcome!

A workbook covering Music Fundamentals 1-4 will be available for purchase from the tutor at the first class for $50.

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The Enquiring Listener

Have you ever heard a piece of music and been captured by it, but not been able to say why? Have you ever tried to learn to play or sing a piece of music, but struggled to understand what makes it tick? Want to know more? Then this unique course is for you! In this course you will learn to be more discriminate and curious in your approach to music, both aurally and in the written form. Recordings will become full of familiar touch points and music scores will become treasure maps,... [More]
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Jazz Harmony 1

Jazz Harmony focuses on the study of chords and their relationship with each other. This class will review some fundamental harmonic concepts before exploring major and minor scale harmony in depth. The course will also discuss diatonic reharmonization, dominant chord types, modal interchange and the Blues form, through the study of a selected number of Jazz standards presented in class. This course may be particularly useful for students wanting to apply for the tertiary jazz... [More]
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Entry level: Must be able to read music at a basic level, have an understanding of how to construct chords and a basic understanding of the major and minor scales. Suggested minimum: Music Fundamentals 2 or equivalent.

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The Enquiring Listener - extension

This course is open to those who have previously attended at least one term of The Enquiring Listener, or through discussion with the tutor. The course will provide the opportunity to revise the concepts covered in The Enquiring Listener couse, and then to deepen your knowledge by applying these analytical skills in greater detail to various pieces of repertoire. Each term we will look at the use of musical concepts in one of the periods of music working chronologically, as... [More]
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