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Project Work II

  • ECTS credits15
  • Teaching semesterSpring
  • Course codeMUV302
  • Number of semesters1
  • LanguageNorwegian and/or English.
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ECTS Credits

15 ECTS

Level of Study

Master

Teaching semester

Spring

Place of Instruction

Bergen.

Objectives and Content

The course unit is intended as supporting studies to the student's performance/creative work, by increasing his/her ability to reflect upon musical issues. Different topical questions will be raised depending on the student group. These might include interpretation, performance practice, the understanding of different musical styles, musical analysis, composition and aesthetics. Critical reflection skills and oral and written expressions concerning relevant issues will be emphasized

Learning Outcomes

The student should be able to

  • express and communicate relevant musical issues related to performance or composition
  • become familiar with and discuss different artistic discourses within performance or composition
  • find and critically assess relevant source material (literature, scores, recordings etc.) in the performing or creative work
  • be aware of and justify his/her own artistic choices

Required Previous Knowledge

None

Access to the Course

Master's Programme in Music Performance or Composition.

Teaching and learning methods

Tuition is given in the form of group sessions and individual tutorials throughout the semester. Performers and composers will be given separate tuition. The group sessions will include taught lectures, group discussion, student presentations, master classes, seminars or performance/composition related group projects.

Compulsory Assignments and Attendance

- All tuition is compulsory. The student will normally lose the right to take the final course unit exam if he/she has an absence exceeding 20%.

- Approval of essay/presentation subjects

- Tutorials regarding essay/ presentation

Approved compulsory requirements are valid for two semesters after the ordinarily scheduled exam semester.

Forms of Assessment

Presentation or digitally presented essay, where it is possible to use sound recording, video or own performance as demonstration or documentation, together with verbal (written or oral) presentation.

Presentation of approx. 30 min.

The topic for the essay or presentation must be related to key issues within the performing or creative work and may also be an initiating project for the MUV351 course unit project. The topic must be approved by the course unit supervisor.

Internal assessment by at least two internal lecturers, of whom one normally is course unit supervisor or supervisor for MUV351

Grading Scale

Pass or fail

Reading List

A selection of texts (chapter from book, articles etc.) each semester.

Course Evaluation

Programme evaluation is conducted in accordance with the University of Bergen Programme for evaluation and quality assurance.

Programme Committee

The programme board is responsible for the academic content, development and quality of the programme.

Course Administrator

Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design has the administrative responsibilities for the Programme.

Contact

Exam information

  • Type of assessment: Semester paper

    Submission deadline
    06.12.2019, 13:00
    Withdrawal deadline
    22.11.2019
    Examination system
    Inspera
    Digital exam
  • Type of assessment: Semester paper (New exam)

    Submission deadline
    28.08.2019, 13:00
    Examination system
    Inspera
    Digital exam
  • Type of assessment: Lecture

    Date
    06.12.2019
    Withdrawal deadline
    22.11.2019
  • Type of assessment: Lecture (New exam)