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|Prerequisite:||ACP101 and ACP177|
|Incompatible with:||AAP325, ACP307, ACP379|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.|
In order to develop individual performance skills in the areas of vocal production and movement, and to extend their expressive range as performers, students will undertake technique classes, participating in activities designed to strengthen the management of breath, vocal tone, range and articulation, and to explore the spectrum between spoken and sung text. A number of vocal training techniques drawn from the methods of outstanding contemporary vocal trainers will be applied to a range of performance problems including approaches to poetic text, choral work, characterisation, accent, monologue and soundscape
Monologue exercise and notation 20%, Vocal study for three voices and notation 20%, Shakespeare monologue 20%, Demonstrated acquisition of technical skills 40%.
Assessment will be criteria-based.
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