Bachelor Degree in Music

Description

The main objective of the Bachelor’s Degree in Music is to provide a solid artistic-musical formation, at a higher level, that integrates the diversity of art-work, science and technology, in order to guarantee the acquisition of skills and professional skills that make the bachelors suitable for insertion in the most varied professional sectors: Performance, Musicology, Regency and Music Production, whose performance can occur in different musical activities, both in the public and private sectors.

Initials

Music

Charge time

3000

Goals

To lead the academic to compose, to govern and to interpret erudite and popular musical works, with the use of acoustic or electronic instruments. Compose, create and interpret scores for soloists, ensembles, orchestras and / or singers. Arrange original compositions or adaptations. Reger orchestras, bands, instrumental and vocal ensembles. Interpret, with the specialization in the execution of a particular instrument or dedicate itself to singing. Perform in concerts, musical shows and recordings of soundtracks. Create jingles for commercials and radio and TV advertisements. Acting in recording studios, producing music with electronic devices, or working with the sound of musical and theatrical performances. To develop diverse researches in the cultural area.

Target public

High school students and others interested in the area.

Program content

  • Introduction to Sacred Music
  • History of Music I
  • Musical Perception I
  • Introduction to Music I
  • Choral Practice I
  • Instrumental Practice I
  • Practice of Repertory I
  • Musical Appreciation
  • Music Creation Laboratory
  • History of Music II
  • Musical Perception II
  • Introduction to Music II
  • Instrumental Practice II
  • Coral Practice II
  • Reading and production of texts
  • Repertory Practice II
  • History of Music III
  • Musical Perception III
  • Choral Practice III
  • Harmony I
  • Musical Aesthetics I
  • Instrumental Practice III
  • Musical Production I
  • Music Publishing
  • Repertory Practice III
  • History of Music IV
  • Musical Perception IV
  • Choral Practice IV
  • Harmony II
  • Counterpoint I
  • Musical Aesthetics II
  • Musical Production II
  • History of International Music I
  • Musical Perception V
  • Set Practice I
  • Methods and techniques of research
  • Harmony III
  • Counterpoint II
  • History of International Music II
  • Musical Perception VI
  • Set Practice II
  • Musical Analysis I
  • Music and Technology I
  • Entrepreneurship in Music
  • Musical Perception VII
  • Musical Analysis II
  • Music and Technology II
  • Arrangement and Instrumentation I
  • Music Didactics I
  • Concert Practice I
  • Music and Technology III
  • Arrangement and Instrumentation II
  • Music Didactics II
  • Concert Practice II

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