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Music Studies (from 2019)

Music Studies aims to develop a complete musician: performer, composer/arranger, musicologist, and critic. Students apply their knowledge and understanding of the elements of music, and musical conventions and styles, to develop and refine their musical works, their musical imagination, and their own ideas about and appreciation of music.

Students create their own compositions, write arrangements, and craft performances of musical works. They reflect on and evaluate their own and others’ creative works. Through their studies, students develop and extend their understanding of music theory and standard notation, score-reading, aural skills and application of technical language in discussing and manipulating the elements of music. 
 

Music Studies

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Stage 2
Credits Code
20 2MSI20

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  • Everyone

    A review into the Stage 2 requirements of the SACE, initiated by the Minister for Education, the Hon. John Gardner MP, is now open for public submissions. The review is being led by Ms Wendy Johnson, Principal at Glenunga International High School and will be undertaken in partnership with the SACE Board.

    Please provide your submission via an online survey by 17 August 2018.

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  • Everyone

    Renewed Stage 2 Music subjects will be taught for the first time in 2019.

    - Music Studies
    - Music Explorations
    - Music Performance — Ensemble
    - Music Performance — Solo

    These will replace all current Stage 2 music subjects.

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    Composing and Arranging Ensemble Performance Music Individual Study Music Technology Musical Styles Musicianship Performance Special Study Solo Performance Music Studies Music Explorations Music Performance — Solo Music Performance — Ensemble

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