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Musicianship

Students develop their aural acuity and acquire fundamental, functional musical knowledge, and associated aural, theoretical, and notational skills. They learn theory, aural recognition, and musical techniques in a range of contexts through a variety of learning activities.

Students learn about the relationship between theoretical notation and sound by using notation, and aural and visual recognition.

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Stage 2
Credits Code
10 2MNP10

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    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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