COURSE SYLLABUS

Musical Performance - Music Production in Pop/Rock 4 15 Credits

Musikalisk gestaltning - Musikproduktion, pop/rock 4
Second cycle, D7014G
Version
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2018 Sp 1 - Present
The version indicates the term and period for which this course syllabus is valid. The most recent version of the course syllabus is shown first.

Syllabus established
by Patrik Häggqvist, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 13 Feb 2015

Last revised
by Patrik Häggqvist, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 14 Feb 2018

Education level
Second cycle
Grade scale
U G VG
Subject
Musical Performance
Subject group (SCB)
Operatic Stagecraft and Characterization
Main field of study
Musical Performance

Entry requirements

Approved admission test for Master Programme in Music Performance, Specialisation: Music Production in Pop/Rock, as well as knowledge equivalent to the course Musical Performance - Music production in Pop/Rock 3 (D7011G).


More information about English language requirements


Selection

The selection is based on 20-285 credits



Course Aim
The course constitutes a continuation of Music Producer, pop/rock 3 and aims at further development of the established course objectives:
- display the ability as a music producer to develop their artistic voice and identity.
 
  • display a broad historical and musical/practical knowledge of popular music in general, alternatively a comprehensive knowledge of their chosen genre/their chosen genre complex.
  • display the ability in recording situations to develop and complete chosen music, their own composition or others, and with both a clear voice of their own and, in cases where the music has been created by others, simultaneous sensitivity and understanding of the originators’ intentions.
  • within their area, to be a knowledgeable, expressive and able producer with considerable receptiveness to new trends and development paths.
  • possess relevant knowledge of the music industry and ability to work independently in working life as well as be able to realise their own artistic projects

Contents

On the basis of each student’s unique background and own artistic goals, the course’s specific contents are tailor-made individually in consultation with the person responsible for overall direction.

For the same reasons different elements require varying forms of instruction (see example under Realisation). See also various forms of examination (see further under Examinations).


Realization

Examples of forms of instruction:

Individual tutorials, group lessons, ensemble playing, lectures, seminars, workshops, recordings, concerts, own music, own projects.


Examination

Students select, in consultation with the person responsible for direction, among suitable forms of both continuous presentations in connection with the teaching as well as for the final examinations. Examples of these are: oral, written and sound-based presentations, recordings and concerts with connection to the student’s individual plan.

For the Approved grade it is expected that the student shall have completed and presented the required assignments, all in such a manner that the course goals can be deemed to have been met.

For the grade Well Approved it is expected that the student shall have fulfilled all the requirements as well as, additionally, have displayed a musical ability and originality from an artistic perspective which well exceeds what is required for the Approved grade.


Examiner
Arne Hagström

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2018 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Selection of educational materials, course literature and notes etc., suited for the music production, pop/rock line, shall be discussed together with the relevant teaching staff with regard to the student’s individual plan.

Course offered by
Department of Arts, Communication and Education

Items/credits
NumberTypeCreditsGrade
0001Continuous examination12.0TG U G#
0002Final examination3.0TG U G VG