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Music Tripos, Part II, 2005: Notice

The Faculty Board of Music give notice that, further to the list of additional papers for Part II published in the 6 May edition of the Reporter (p. 656), the prescribed subjects for Part II of the Music Tripos in 2005 has been amended as follows:

Paper 9, 'Music and drama in the Middle Ages' has been changed to 'The song cycles of Schubert and Schumann'.

Paper 16, 'Ethnomusicology and the past' is changed to 'Klezmer'.

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

The supplementary regulations (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 352) for the Portfolio of advanced tonal compositions in Part II (Paper 3) and the Analysis portfolio in Part II (Paper 5) have been amended to reduce the length of the course-work components.

With effect from 1 October 2004

Paper 3. Portfolio of advanced tonal compositions

The final sentence of the regulation has been amended to read as follows: 'A non-texted work should comprise at least three movements; the minimum duration of the entire portfolio should be thirty minutes, and no piece should be shorter than ten minutes in length. The maximum duration of the entire portfolio should not exceed forty-five minutes.'

With effect from 1 October 2004

Paper 5. Analysis portfolio

The supplementary regulation has been amended to read as follows: 'Candidates will be required to submit two essays involving the use of analytical techniques, to a maximum total length of 8,000 words.'

The Faculty Board confirm that none of the changes outlined above will disadvantage students in any way.


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Cambridge University Reporter 7 July 2004
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