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MCGY1002: Aural Perception 1B

2024 unit information

Continuing from MCGY1001, students work on dictation and sight singing exercises using diatonic pitch materials in all major and minor keys, and rhythms using triplets and duplets. Sight singing exercises use both moveable-'do' ('do'-minor) solfa and letter-names systems.

Unit details and rules

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Code MCGY1002
Academic unit
Credit points 3
Prerequisites:
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MCGY1001
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None
Assumed knowledge:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Accurately notate the pitch, rhythm, and harmony of music sound examples that use the Western tonal vocabulary, to the standard set out in relevant units of the course textbook
  • LO2. Accurately vocalise the pitch, rhythm, and harmony of notated music examples that use the Western tonal vocabulary, using solmisation syllables where appropriate
  • LO3. Discern and represent important musical features from a range of examples (including vernacular and non-Western music), and draw deeper conclusions as to how this music works and why
  • LO4. Evaluate and refine transcription strategies through the process of reflective annotation

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