Deborah Smith Music warmly invites you to the book launch of:
Decoding Sound: Music Analysis for the Secondary School
The definitive textbook for music performance analysis
To be held during the
VCE Music Performance: Focus on Analysis Workshop
Sunday 26 May 2019
9.30am until 1.30pm
Trinity Grammar School, Kew.
Decoding Sound will be on sale at the workshop for a super 40% discount
From May 27 Decoding Sound will be available from http://dsmusic.com.au/
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2019 VCE Music Performance: Focus on Analysis Workshop
Date: Sunday 26 May 2019
Time: 9.30am until 1.30pm (registration from 9.00am)
The Decoding Sound book launch will be held during the morning tea break.
Venue: Trinity Grammar School, Arnold Hall, Charles Street, Kew, Vic, 3101
On Sunday 26 May 2019, author, educator and musician, Deborah Smith will take you through a range of activities designed to teach you how to analyse music for VCE Music Performance. This workshop will be based on the BRAND NEW analysis textbook: Decoding Sound: Music Analysis for the Secondary School which will be launched, and available for purchase, during this workshop.
Suitable for students studying VCE Music Performance Unites 1-4 & their teachers
The language & skills you need to succeed in Music Analysis
Topics covered in this workshop include:
- Understanding and describing the elements of music
- What is an expressive outcome?
- What is interpretation in performance?
- How does interpretation relate to the expressive outcome?
- Comparing the interpretation of expressive elements in different performances
- Answering and Listening Strategies
- Vocabulary for Analysis (Word Lists)
- Approaches for Future Practice
- How Analysis can help your Performance
Cost: Early Bird Special $70 per student if payment is made by 11 May 2019. After this date the price is $90 per student. Teachers accompanying a class attend for free otherwise the student rate applies. No refunds apply after 11 May 2019. Cost includes book launch, morning tea and comprehensive notes.