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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1974-1975-146

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Faculties and Courses of Study 55 COURSES FOR MUS DEGREE The course for the Mus degree extends over three years The Pre- liminary examination is taken at the beginning of the third term and the Final examination towards the end of the third year PRELIMINARY MUS COURSE This is two-term course preparing students for the Preliminary examination which takes place at the beginning of the third term The subjects of the course are History of Music Aural Training Repertory and Style Melody Harmony and Counterpoint FINAL MUS COURSE candidate for admission to the Final examination for the degree of Mus must have passed the Preliminary examination at least three terms but not more than two years previously and must have matri- culated at least nine terms previously The subjects for the Final examination are as follows History of Instruments and their Use Twentieth-century Music Two Prescribed Periods of European Music with set works Two Special Subjects to be selected by the candidate and viva voce examination which may include practical test The Faculty considers it important that undergraduates should acquire wide experience and knowledge of music and that they should extend their powers of original independent and sustained thought through their musical studies Instruction will be by means of lectures tutorials discussion groups and seminars Undergraduates in their first and second years will be required to attend course of lectures without examination in subject other than music and to continue study of their instruments usually at the Guildhall School of Music REVISION OF MUS REGULATIONS The regulations for the Mus degree are currently under revision and charges will come into force in October 1975 These will affect only students embarking on the course at the time Those who are by then beginning their second or third year will continue in accordance with existing regulations Under revised regulations the Preliminary examination will cease to exist and the three-year course will be divided into two parts The course of study for Part will extend over six terms and will be conducted by School-sponsored syllabus that for Part II will extend pyer three terms with University examination at the end of the year
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