|Level:||12 Stage 2|
|Year level requirements:||Non compulsory|
|SACE code:||2MNP10||SACE credits:||10|
Full Year of Stage 1 Music.
Musicianship is a subject in which the following three areas of study, which constitute the core concepts, are covered:
- Theory, Aural Recognition, and Musical Techniques: Students learn theory, aural recognition, and musical techniques in a variety of contexts through a variety of learning activities
- Harmony Students learn to harmonise a melody by applying theoretical knowledge. Jazz-related Harmony
- Arrangement: Students develop their musical imagination and ability to write musical arrangements. They learn to apply fundamental knowledge of theoretical concepts, musical styles, and associated aural and notational skills
|School Based Assessment|
|2 skills tests based on aural, theory/harmony skills developed throughout the year||30%|
|Arrangement of a short song (max 40 bars) and short written commentary||40%|
|Exam on skills development||30%|
- All of the units are single (half year) units.
- Students undertake one or more of the following 10 Credit subjects.
- When studied as a pair of units (ie full year subject) the combination is an acceptable 20-credit subject for aggregate/ATAR.
- Counting Restrictions - No more than 40-credits.