World Music Choir 1
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Would not recommend to those who have never learnt music theory before. The subject does teach you elementary level of music theory but the listening tests require you to identify and describe the harmony and melody which is a big challenge for the beginners. The quizzes are relatively straightforward but still hard to aim for 100%. Probably the most enjoyable part of the subject is the weekly rehearsal because by participating you get more marks :)
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This subject was the best so far out of all my breadth subjects. Firstly and most importantly I got an easy H1 without a final exam which is awesome. Secondly i learned a thing or two. So basically you go to tutorials where you re part of a choir and you sing. You have to volunteer to be a soloist to get a good mark and have to do the parts test at the end , where you sing along with 3 other people a whole song. 1 soprano 1 tenor 1 alto 1 bass. The first 2 tests are pretty easy to score well if you watch the lecture that prepares you for it. Joseph is awesome. Go to his consultations and ask questions. He can even teach you how to play guitar/piano if you re interested. The only slightly difficult part is the listening test. You have to listen to what he says in the last lecture carefully, ask questions and go to consultations to ask more questions. Learn by heart everything related to the songs from the slides. Write everything you know about the songs( and personal experiences too) and try your best. If you do all these you ll get a good mark. (H1) even if you dont have a perfect voice. Just be brave and show you re interested. Highly recommended guys, this subject is pure Gold.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
This subject is really fun. And the writing tests are really easy, but you must prepare for the listening test, otherwise you won't do well. Also if you really want to do well, you need to volunteer to do a solo part in one of the songs or you must sit in the first row during rehearsals. But if you love singing this shouldn't be a problem.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
I did this subject because i heard it would improve my singing. However stay away from this subject if you can't sing in tone. I received a terrible mark despite some decent internal scores. when i asked the lecturer what i had done wrong, he told me you have to be able to sing well to do well.