This fascinating introduction to the methods and materials used for music research will suit professionals working in a wide range of music-related settings, and is also applicable if you have a leisure interest in music. Your studies will be firmly based in the digital humanities using creative technologies to develop your research skills and critically analyse different musical sources. You will encounter a number of musical topics, themes and repertoires from different periods and styles, as you engage with Western, non-Western and popular music.
Key features of the course
Introduces essential music research skills
Explores a range of sources including text, music criticism and performance
Investigates different musical styles and genres from across the world
Concludes with a dissertation or project on a subject of your choice