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interpretation I J/R 7.5 credits

Interpretation I J/R
First cycle, D0110G
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2019 Sp 1 - Present
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Education level
First cycle
Grade scale
U G VG *
Subject group (SCB)

Entry requirements

In order to meet the general entry requirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language and Accepted Admission Test for Teacher music or artistic candidate, music.

More information about English language requirements


The selection is based on final school grades or Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test.

Course Aim

The student should after the course be able to:

  • Show on knowledge and familiarity of style consciously interpret and perform music.
  • Describe the musical positions in the selected repertoire.
  • Show and explain the use of the usual gaming technology selected speifik genre.

Repertoire knowledge, performance practice.

Teaching individual and group.

The course is assessed individually by oral and musical presentation of given tasks.

Summary of the final accounting is done at the end of the course.

Leo Holmberg

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2013 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Literature consists of musical scores, recordings and sheet music.

Course offered by
Department of Arts, Communication and Learning

CodeDescriptionGrade scaleCrStatusFrom periodTitle
0001Continuous examinationU G VG *6.00MandatoryA13
0002Final examinationU G VG *1.50MandatoryA13

Study guidance
Study guidance for the course is to be found in our learning platform Canvas before the course starts. Students applying for single subject courses get more information in the Welcome letter. You will find the learning platform via My LTU.

Syllabus established
by Monica Johansson, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 15 Feb 2013

Last revised
by Patrik Häggqvist, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 13 Jun 2019