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A cappella singing

Meet the challenge of unaccompanied part singing in a variety of musical styles: classical, classic pop, world traditions. Music reading desirable, good ears, good timing and an established singing voice are essential. You must commit to learning musical arrangements for class and performances.

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A fast-track introduction to Logic Pro X

An introduction to this popular, industry-standard music production package for Mac. Get started with audio recording and editing, playing with software instruments and Logic's pro quality effects.

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A fast-track introduction to Sibelius software

If you’re a musician or music teacher, come and spend a day learning how to prepare and print high quality scores and other notation with Sibelius software. A good knowledge of conventional notation is required.

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A history of jazz piano: a taster course

From New Orleans paddle steamers to boogie woogie, to Harlem stride, to bebop, to abstraction and beyond, look at how jazz piano has evolved over the last century and some of the key influential musicians.

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Date: 28 Jul 14 - 4 Aug 14
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A history of jazz piano: from blues, to bebop and beyond

Trace the development of jazz piano from its origins in New Orleans to later styles including boogie woogie, stride, bebop, post bop and abstraction, and look at key influential pianists of the period.
This course is being taught by Sara Dhillon.

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Date: 17 Apr 15 - 22 May 15
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A history of jazz vocalists through the 20th century

Take a whistle-stop tour of the history of jazz singing from the beginning of the 20th century through to the present day looking at some of the key influential vocalists of the last 100 years.

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Date: 3 Dec 14 - 17 Dec 14
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A history of The Beatles through their music

The Beatles are the most culturally significant and popular pop band in history. Through analysis of their music and a history of the 1960s we will see how four lads from Liverpool came to define the sound of a decade.

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Date: 17 Nov 14 - 15 Dec 14
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Abba: thank you for the music

Chart the history of phenomenon that is ABBA and assesses the impact they had not only on the music scene but also on popular culture and on the image of Sweden itself. .
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You might also be interested in course MD908, Eurovision: gender, culture and change, which is also being taught by Paul Jordan (Dr Eurovision) the day after this course on Sunday 10th August.

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Date: 9 Aug 14 - 9 Aug 14
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Ableton Live plus: advanced techniques

For DJs and songwriters alike, building on our introductory course, a more in depth look at techniques and features including the Live Suite modules, racks, slicer, submixing, dummy clips, video import, warping acapellas and much more.

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Date: 27 Apr 15 - 29 Jun 15
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ABRSM jazz piano syllabus

A unique opportunity for classical piano teachers to become familiar with the piano syllabus materials (style, harmony and improvisation) at grades 1-5, and develop understanding of how to prepare exam candidates.

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Date: 1 Feb 15 - 22 Feb 15
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City Lit offers a wide range of part-time, evening and weekend music courses at many levels to suit your needs and aspirations, with highly sympathetic and motivated teachers

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