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Digital Composition and Performance: Final Project (P01185)

? Credit Points : 60  ? SCQF Level : 11  ? Acronym : ACE-P-DCPFP

This is a project using digital sound technology that will be a
product of individual working. It will result in a composition or
some such simliar musical work which will be performed in a concert
which forms part of the assessment process. Work can commence in week
7 of semester 2, though approval to proceed will depend on the outcome
of the Examination Board meeting at the end of semester 2. Work should
continue to the September submission date.

Entry Requirements

? Costs : Cds or tapes as required

Subject Areas

Delivery Information

? Normal year taken : Postgraduate

? Delivery Period : To be arranged/Unknown

? Contact Teaching Time : 30 minutes per week for 20 weeks

? Additional Class Information : Meetings with supervisor by appointment

Summary of Intended Learning Outcomes

* A detailed project bringing together many elements of the programme
* A thorough understanding of the way in which a working digital
composition and performance project progresses from start to
completion
* An appreciation of the role of information technology in current
composition and performance

Assessment Information

Assessment of the project will be by independent double marking of the composition (both the submitted material--score and/or instructions--and the performance: 60%) and written component (guideline length 6000 words: 40%).

Contact and Further Information

The Course Secretary should be the first point of contact for all enquiries.

Course Secretary

Mr Scott Walker
Tel : (0131 6)50 2423
Email : Scott.Walker@ed.ac.uk

Course Organiser

Dr Michael Edwards
Tel : (0131 6)50 2431
Email : Michael.Edwards@ed.ac.uk

School Website : http://www.ace.ed.ac.uk/

College Website : http://www.hss.ed.ac.uk/

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