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memka

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Music degree with 2 instruments?
« on: January 09, 2008, 06:41:03 pm »
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Is it possible to complete a music degree using 2 instruments? Like maybe majoring in one, minoring in the other kind of thing?
I can't seem to find any info about it :(
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Re: Music degree with 2 instruments?
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2008, 07:13:21 pm »
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Don't take this as gospel, but I don't think that can happen =/

As far as I know, you generally are admitted with the instrument you auditioned on. That, of course, doesn't stop you from learning another instrument independently and doing your ensemble work with said other instrument.

Again, I only did research into this in the Year 12 context - so don't take it as absolute gospel. That said, I can't think of any of my BMus friends who are doing two instruments as part of their degrees.
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Re: Music degree with 2 instruments?
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2008, 10:09:10 pm »
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Don't take this as gospel, but I don't think that can happen =/

As far as I know, you generally are admitted with the instrument you auditioned on. That, of course, doesn't stop you from learning another instrument independently and doing your ensemble work with said other instrument.

Again, I only did research into this in the Year 12 context - so don't take it as absolute gospel. That said, I can't think of any of my BMus friends who are doing two instruments as part of their degrees.

I'm pretty sure that's right. I THINK (not entirely sure) that you can use a second instrument to take part in ensembles as part of the ensemble requiremnt in the degree...

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Re: Music degree with 2 instruments?
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2008, 02:40:22 am »
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Don't take this as gospel, but I don't think that can happen =/

As far as I know, you generally are admitted with the instrument you auditioned on. That, of course, doesn't stop you from learning another instrument independently and doing your ensemble work with said other instrument.

Again, I only did research into this in the Year 12 context - so don't take it as absolute gospel. That said, I can't think of any of my BMus friends who are doing two instruments as part of their degrees.

I'm pretty sure that's right. I THINK (not entirely sure) that you can use a second instrument to take part in ensembles as part of the ensemble requiremnt in the degree...

Whoops. Didn't realise you replied!

Yeah that, generally speaking, is the case for people who want to pursue two instruments.
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