Critical Essays in Popular Musicology: bone-fishing.info: Moore, Allan F.: Books
Looking for a different module? In this module, students will be exposed to a variety of song-writing techniques and will develop and nurture the wide-ranging skill set necessary to succeed in the current music industry. Students will learn to carry out basic harmonic analyses of existing songs and apply theoretical approaches to produce original work, investigate different ways to structure songs, explore creative methods to write and develop lyrics, and learn how to enhance basic song templates with melodic accompaniments e. Reassessment methods Like for like. Indicative Reading List Everett, W. Aldershot: Ashgate. Winkler, P.
Ein Beitrag zu Fragen von Popmusik und Globalisierung. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag. Email: susanne. During the last years he worked as a freelance lecturer at several universities, e. His research interests concern popular culture, cultural theory and sociology of the acoustic.
Looking for a different module? This module aims to enable students to develop an advanced understanding of music so that meaningful work can take place on the MA Specialist Project and Dissertation and Research Skills modules. It will cover a range of critical and historical perspectives on music enabling students to develop their own understanding of the field. It will establish a thorough grounding in key issues and methods including: close reading, semiotics, genre theory, critical theory, and the role of social forces such as race, gender and class in the production and reception of music.