*Closed – requires departmental selection Piano: Advanced elements of tuition. The schools of technique, rubato and agogics, practice methods, memory function, study of the repertoire of all style periods up to Teachers’ Licentiate level of all recognised examination boards. Classical voice: International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) for French; French diction for singers; voice classification; the interpretation of style elements of various classical vocal style periods from the Baroque to the 20th Century. Introductory concepts of singing pedagogy. Music education: This module provides guidelines and opportunities so that you can become a successful music educator, leading you to choose appropriate content, teaching strategies and skills in order to teach in a variety of milieus, communities and contexts.
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