Course details for MSC215117 Contemporary Music

TitleContemporary Music
Learning AreaThe Arts
Available from1/1/2017
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardNO
Replaces the courseMSC215115
Past Exams and Assessment Reports
Music is an expression of human experience. As an aural art form, music encompasses performing, composing, listening, analysing and communication. Learners study elements of music with increasing depth and complexity. The study of music enhances the cognitive, affective, motor, social and personal skills of learners.

Contemporary Music Level 2 provides a vehicle for learners to engage with and create music aligned with popular culture. Their creativity and originality are embraced and expanded through the acquisition of practical and applied music literacy skills.

In Contemporary Music Level 2 learners engage in authentic learning experiences and build a relevant and meaningful context for their participation in the music community. They acquire skills in musical creativity, performance and collaboration as well as develop an understanding of recording processes, workplace safety and marketing.

Supporting documents

MSC215117 course Course document - PDF version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)
MSC215117 course. Course document - Word version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)

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