简介

简介

音乐文学硕士旨在为音乐教育工作者及持有音乐学士学位的人士提供与本地及来自世界各地的学者交流和学习的机会。课程内容涵盖不同范畴。学生可按照其专业领域及音乐方面的志向选修科目。

教员

所有的课程都由经验丰富的音乐教授和来自世界各地的杰出学者访问教授。音乐教师的专长领域包括教学和研究的合唱指挥、钢琴教学、音乐创作、电子音乐、幼儿音乐、音乐历史及分析、音乐科技、心理学、音乐社会学、比较音乐教育、语音分析,和中国音乐的教学。

音乐文学硕士课程主任

Prof. David Y S Chung
Professor

修读模式

一年全日制或*两年兼读制
全日制或兼读制学生均会于平日晚间或周末上课,实际情况视乎各科目的上课时间而定。部份课程可能会在暑假期间提供,但需视乎课程时间表而定。

*只限本地学生

教学语言

除与中国音乐有关之科目外,其余全部科目皆以英语授课。

2021-2022学年学费

全日制本地学生

每学年 HK$96,600 (待定)

兼读制本地学生

每学年 HK$48,300 (待定)

全日制非本地学生

每学年 HK$105,800 (待定)



课程结构

课程结构

核心选修科目

MUS7260 Research Methods in Music

9 学分

MUS7280 Creativity in Music

MUS7290 Psychology and Sociology in Music

MUS7370 Music and Culture

MUS7440 Current Practices in Early Childhood Music Education

*从以上科目选不多于 3 科 (每科 3 学分)

选修科目

从开办的科目中选 7 科 (每科 3 学分)
*个别被选择的学生可以申请修读论文科目# (6个学分)代替2科选修课程

21 学分

总学分:

30 学分

选修科目

学生须完成三科核心选修科目及七科选修科目。学系开办的选修科目包括音乐教材及课程发展、钢琴教学法、幼儿音乐、音乐科技、音乐史:音乐数据、曲式及演奏模式、及奥尔夫和达尔克罗兹音乐教学等,科目的数量与种类会随着社会需要而改变。

请注意并不是所有核心选修科目和选修科目都会在指定的学年内提供。


论文科目 (6学分,每学期3学分)

本课程将于新学年増设作曲、合唱指挥、表演及民族音乐的论文科目。有意报读论文科目的申请人需于提交网上入学申请后之两星期内直接向音乐系提交作曲作品集、合唱指挥或表演的录影、及民族音乐学研究计划书以作论文科目特别面试之申请。

2021-2022 课程

 

Course Code and Course Title

Teachers

Schedule

第一学期

7260

Research Methods in Music

This course offers an understanding of the various approaches to research in music. Emphasis is placed on developing competencies in locating, reading, understanding, and applying music research, and formulating research topics.

Dr. André Elias

WED
18:30 - 20:20

7370

Music and Culture

This course explores various aspects of music as performance, representation, and/or intangible cultural heritage in contemporary societies. Not only does it inquire into relationships such as those between music and media, music and ritual, music and politics, music and identity, and music and popular culture, it also introduces theories that would enrich such inquiries. Students are thus able to acquire skills and knowledge for teaching and researching contemporary topics of music in Hong Kong and beyond.

Dr. François Mouillot

MON
18:30 - 20:20

7310

Choral Pedagogy

This course is designed to advance professional knowledge and practical skills of choral conductors. Emphases will be placed on the principles of choral pedagogy and techniques of diagnosing and correcting problems in choral singing.

Dr. Mimi Law

FRI
18:30 - 20:20

7350

Piano Pedagogy

This course prepares students for a fulfilling career in piano teaching and will focus on modern pedagogical concepts of piano teaching and performance. Specific areas of study include (1) the teaching and learning environment; (2) tutors and pedagogical materials; (3) pedagogical techniques for pupils of all ages and levels; (4) teaching stylistic awareness in piano repertoire from ca. 1700 to the present; and (5) teaching musicianship through traditional and innovative techniques.

S1: Dr. Geneva Fung

FRI
18:30 - 20:20

S2: Dr. Elsa Lee

TUE
18:30 - 20:20

7530

Studies in Piano Literature

A survey course for Piano Majors. Five centuries of piano literature, including the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionism, and Twentieth century. Course content includes stylistic differences in representative piano works of primary composers, analysis of forms, genres, style, and the philosophical and sociological factors that motivate composers of piano music. Weekly performance analysis of core repertoire as stated in the schedule.

Dr. Yoonie Han

THU
18:30 - 20:20

7620

Special Topic in Music III: The Art of Live Performance

This course explores live performance as an art form from diverse interconnected perspectives. Taking the student’s performances of their chosen repertoire as a point of departure the course aims to further their comprehension of the elements involved in a successful live performance. The students will develop a critical understanding of performance preparation, psychology of performance and stage fright, performance ethics, expressiveness, performance beyond the mind-body dualism, etc.

Dr. Roberto Alonso Trillo

TUE
18:30 - 20:20

第二学期

7280

Creativity in Music

This course presents a concept-and-activities-based approach to developing participants' musical and creative skills. It will serve participants of different educational and musical backgrounds. By creating music and presenting it, through discussion and critique, participants will also recognize the role of creativity in the discovery and exploration of musical instruments and other sound sources readily available, such as voices, speech and body rhythms.

To be confirmed

7320

Conducting Practicum (TBC)

This course is designed to enhance conducting skills in the choral field. Emphasis will be placed on practical rehearsal methods, including communication, motivation and management of choral groups. Students will participate in actual laboratory and group conducting experiences.

7360

Pedagogy Workshop

This course offers students opportunities to advance and enrich their teaching skills by a programme of lesson observations, seminars and assignments. The pedagogy workshops bring together students to openly exchange their views and to share their valuable experience of teaching with one another. Each student is encouraged to develop teaching strategies reflecting his/her own musical background, personality, and the particular needs of individual pupils.

*7480

Advanced Studies in Chinese Music (TBC)

This course enriches the student's knowledge of Chinese music in scope and depth through studying a broad range of folk and traditional repertoire, at the same time cultivating the necessary skills to evaluate Chinese music in contemporary social context.

7500

Issues in the Study of Popular Music: Rock Music in Global Perspective

This course will survey the stylistic development of rock music from its beginnings to the present. It will also study the music and musicians who have created rock's history and the social, political and cultural forces that have been at work in that history with regard to how these have influenced the sound of rock music. The course will include an introduction to the academic study of popular music, and will also emphasise critical listening and musical analysis in order to determine the sonic qualities that differentiate various sub-genres of rock music and their social meanings.

7540

Current Topics in World Music

This course introduces students to musical traditions around the world through a critical examination of selected current issues and topics. Course materials are designed to look at the world's musical performances comparatively against changing social and cultural contexts. Students will also develop skills in the field of ethnomusicology through an ethnographic project.

7600

Special Topic in Music I: Classical Style and Performance

The course is designed to develop an awareness of the special style of performance, which began in the 18th Century and continued into the early 19th Century. The performance style in the Classical period was clearer, more balanced, and accessible than the Baroque style that preceded, and also more orderly than the intuitively emotional style associated with the music of the Romantic period.
The Classical style was not limited to the world of music. The trends in performance style were accompanied by parallel developments in politics, literature, and culture that reflected this new interpretive style.
The course will enable students to recognize the special characteristics of the music of the Classical era and will provide exposure to a broad range of the composers, their distinctive styles and most significant compositions, and classical music literature of that era.

*7620

Special Topics in Music III: Creativity and Performers (TBC)

Some may argue that even accountants are more creative than performers, who are, after all, trained to religiously follow what is set in stone on the score by the composer. What role does creativity play in the context of a performance, from interpreting to programming, marketing to delivering? And what role does it play in the life of a performer, and in today’s society at large? This is not a theory-based course about studying the known models of creativity but a practical one about exploring and embracing what is yet-to-be-known through hands-on and real-life projects.


*将于2022年暑期提供。

备注:课程可能会在必要时进行更改。音乐系保留取消或更改课程的权利。


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入学资格及需知

入学及语言能力要求

申请人须持有:

  1. 由认可之大学或同等学府所颁发的音乐学士学位而成绩达二级荣誉或以上;或
  2. 同等资历

非本地申请人如其音乐学士学位非以英语为授课语言,申请人须考获雅思考试 6 分或以上,或于托福考试中获得不低于 7 4分 (网试) 成绩。

本系将邀请个别申请人参与进一步面试及笔试

报名方法

  1. 网上报名: http://gs.hkbu.edu.hk
  2. 2021-2022音乐文学硕士报名日期: 16 Nov 2020 - 7 Jun 2021


申请人请准备以下资料,并连同申请一并提交。

  1. 身份证/护照复印件;
  2. 所有学历证明档(完整成绩单和毕业证书);
  3. 以考试形式取得的音乐资格证书(皇家音乐试八级或以上之同等学历) ;
  4. 雅思考试6.0或以上之/托福考试74分(网试)之成绩单; 并
  5. 2封参考信函/推荐表格(由推荐人提交)

本学系有权拒绝入学名额额满后的入学申请。

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