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Hosted by Goldsmiths. People have tried to record music for as long as music has existed. Writing it down, describing it, oral tradition and, as soon as any form of credible device existed, creating physical recordings. at University of London

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Does the record industry matter to classical music?

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Hosted by Goldsmiths. People have tried to record music for as long as music has existed. Writing it down, describing it, oral tradition and, as soon as any form of credible device existed, creating physical recordings.

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Recording methods have dictated what has been recorded, and how long it can be, and record labels have for decades dictated repertoire.
Now, in the age of media, self-release and independent promotion, do we need a record industry at all? Can you as performers “make it” in today’s musical world without the support of the establishment, or have even the “independent" methods such as YouTube and MySpace become irrelevant?

Duration: Half day (10.30am - 12.30pm)

Subject area/s: Music

Course Requirements: This taster course is for year 12 students only.

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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1

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University Taster Course Programme - University taster courses for prospective undergraduate students

Choose from over a hundred courses in multiple subject areas at numerous universities in and around London.

The Taster Course Programme provides year 12 sixth form students with a taste of what life at a university in London is like. Through your chosen taster course you will experience the different teaching methods used by university academics and gain an insight into the additional facilities available, whilst meeting students from across the UK.

All our taster courses are free to attend and you can choose a course from a variety of subjects taking place at the numerous participating universities. Courses range from voice and drama, to medicine and nursing, to computing and business.




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