10 Credits SPRING

Co-requisites: HSS331

Aims/Description: The aim of the course is to allow students the opportunity of exploring music as performance and as a cultural product within the context of Hispanic cultures. Students are required to participate in the musical activities of the Department throughout the academic year; including weekly choir practices and the annual concerts of Spanish music in December and May. Such participation is not assessed. Students will further be required to write, under guidance, an essay on a topic they select, on some aspect of a piece of music they have performed or some other aspect of music within the Hispanic field.

Restrictions on availability: Only available to students from the Department of Hispanic Studies

Staff Contact: Dr Anthony Trippett, Dr Paul Jordan, Hispanic Studies
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Laboratory Sesions, Choir Practices and Performances
Assessment: Project/Dissertation

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