MUSIC120-18B (HAM)

Performance 1

15 Points

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Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Te Kura Kete Aronui
School of Arts
Dept of Music

Staff

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Convenor(s)

Lecturer(s)

Administrator(s)

: tine.thomsen@waikato.ac.nz

Placement Coordinator(s)

Tutor(s)

Student Representative(s)

Lab Technician(s)

Librarian(s)

: anne.ferrier-watson@waikato.ac.nz

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Paper Description

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Your instrumental tutor/lecturer formulates a special course of study designed according to your specific proficiencies and requirements. The course is taught through individual lessons, group studio classes including individual instrumental/voice classes and Performance Hour, choir and orchestra participation, experience in public performing, and the opportunity to attend concerts of professional musicians. Your progress and level of preparation are monitored at lessons, instrumental classes, Performance Hour sessions, end-of-semester test and public performances. Experience in stage management and ushering is also part of the course.

A successful pass in this course enables entry into MUSIC218 for the following year, in the area that has been studied.

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Paper Structure

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Lessons: 50min weekly lesson times will be arranged with your individual tutor/lecture. Students will receive a maximum of 12 lessons per semester. In some cases teachers will give some of your lesson time in shared classes. You must attend these classes as well as your lessons. Note that some individual instrumental lessons may take place off campus.

Instrumental/Voice Class: Times will be arranged at the beginning of the semester. Attendance is compulsory.

Compulsory requirement: ALL students enrolled in the BMus performance programme MUST join the University Chamber Choir or the University Orchestra. Attendance at all rehearsals and performances by the orchestra or choir as appropriate is compulsory. Failure to fulfil this requirement will constitute a failure to complete the requirements of this course. Attendance rolls will be kept by the choir and orchestra directors. Failure to attend this course will also prohibit enrolment for credit in Choir or Orchestra (MUSIC227-18Y) in the 2nd year of study.

Performance Hour: You are required to attend these sessions, contribute to the discussions, and perform regularly (1-2 times per semester) as directed by your performance teacher. All students are rostered to give a short performance at least once per semester, and information on when you are required to do so is in the Google Calendar “Music Student Information Calendar”. To sign up for further performances at performance hour and selected other university performances, use the ‘Friday Performance Class and Resthome booking’ calendar. If you have been signed up by staff members to perform in other concerts, this can be viewed in the ‘Music Student Information Calendar. To have these calendars added to your account, please email either your university or a gmail email address to an administrator. Note any work presented in Performance hour must have been already performed in an instrumental class. Experience in stage management and ushering is also part of the course, students will be rostered to usher or stage manage Conservatorium events at the Academy of Performing Arts.

CONCERT ATTENDANCE

Students studying music are reminded of the importance of attending concerts. In particular, all music students are expected to attend:

  • Wednesday Lunchtime Recital Series in the Concert Chamber
  • Hamilton Chamber Music Society programme
  • New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
  • All other Conservatorium of Music events, seminars, masterclasses and concerts

Radio NZ Concert provides a wide repertoire of recorded Western music as well as many interesting talks on musical matters (91.4MHz)

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Learning Outcomes

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Students who successfully complete the course should be able to:

  • Technique and Expression

    This second semester paper presents a performance based focus to your studies, building on the more technical focus developed in the first semester. These technical elements will be developed in the context of performance, and the student should be able to demonstrate these issues to a satisfactory level at the final exam. There may be opportunities for the performance tutors to talk about and work on musical ideas, styles and expressions, with works being presented in a complete performance exam.

    Linked to the following assessments:
  • Organisation, Music Learning and Time Management

    This semester will help the student to develop skills further in these fields, with an expectation that self guided study will begin to be established to a satisfactory level of the course level,

    The use of diaries, notebooks for note taking in classes, and rehearsal schedules are expected elements for a successful course completion.

    Linked to the following assessments:
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Assessment

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Progress Assessments (60%)

Assessments cover achievement in the following areas:

Class and lesson involvement and engagement

Preparation, memorisation of set work

Achievement in language classes (Classical Vocal Stream)

Writing of programme notes when required

Engagement in, and preparation for Masterclasses

Learning of works, and preparation for one-on-one lessons

Organisational skills and time management in regards to coursework

Technical achievement

Punctuality, and attendance during class times

Final Assessment (40%)

You must present a programme of works displaying the variety and extent of your techniques, and performance capabilities. The programme for the recital will be set by your instrumental/vocal tutor. It is compulsory to include a New Zealand work in your 2018 repertoire. This piece can be performed as part of the programme for assessment in either the MUSIC118 or MUSIC120 exam. Your recital should last a total of up to 30 minutes (Instrumental) and 25 minutes (Vocal). You are also required to present programme notes, and copies of your music to the adjudicators for your recital.

You will be graded on technical achievement, musical understanding, and presentation. The following qualities will be examined in order to ascertain technical achievement; posture, breath control, tone quality, rhythmic understanding, intonation, understanding and execution of technique as appropriate to the works being performed (ie appropriate bowing technique, shifting). The Vocal Stream will also be assessed on diction of works, in English, and any other languages performed.

Final performance assessment content: Programme and length must be presented exactly as instructed and can only be changed by agreement with your tutor/lecturer.

Final performance assessment dates: Students will be given individual final performance assessment times scheduled between June 13-15, 2018.

The end-of-year performance exam period is October 28-November 2 2018.

Instrumental exams will fall on October 28-29, Vocal Stream exams will fall on October 30-Nov 2, 2018. Students individual exams will be scheduled and made known to them well in advance of the exam dates. Exam run-throughs will be held on the week prior to performance exam week.

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Assessment Components

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The internal assessment/exam ratio (as stated in the University Calendar) is 100:0. There is no final exam. The final exam makes up 0% of the overall mark.

The internal assessment/exam ratio (as stated in the University Calendar) is 100:0 or 0:0, whichever is more favourable for the student. The final exam makes up either 0% or 0% of the overall mark.

Component DescriptionDue Date TimePercentage of overall markSubmission MethodCompulsory
1. Progress Assessment One
3 Aug 2018
7:00 PM
15
  • In Class: In Workshop
2. Progress Assessment Two
7 Sep 2018
10:00 PM
20
  • In Class: In Workshop
3. Progress Assessment Three
5 Oct 2018
11:00 PM
15
  • In Class: In Workshop
4. Contribution - Attendance, Performance Hour and Ushering
10
  • In Class: In Workshop
5. Final Recital
2 Nov 2018
7:30 PM
40
  • Presentation: In Class
Assessment Total:     100    
Failing to complete a compulsory assessment component of a paper will result in an IC grade
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Required and Recommended Readings

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Required Readings

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Required readings for this course will include works that the lecturer, or instrument teacher provides to the student, either individually or as a group.

This will include music that is studied for the various examinations, and any research materials suggested by the lecturer or instrumental teacher that pertains directly to the works studied.

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Online Support

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Please make use of the aforementioned Google calendars for:

  1. Information pertaining to the scheduling of all concerts and events
  2. Rostering oneself for Rest home concerts and Performance hours
  3. Arranging accompaniment time with the University Acccompanist
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Workload

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General workload for this course would be an expected practice time of two hours per day, with an additional two hours per week, minimum for music learning, and two hours per week for researching works, including language preparation.
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Linkages to Other Papers

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Prerequisite(s)

Corequisite(s)

Equivalent(s)

Restriction(s)

Restricted papers: MUSI120

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