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Ian Tomlin School of Music

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ian Tomlin School of Music, established 1968, is situated within the grounds of Merchiston campus at Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland. The school is home to the BMus (Classical) and BA (Popular) Music courses. The courses are taught over three or four years. The school also offers research PhDs within its Applied Music Research Centre, primarily around composition and technology.

Origins

Course benefactor Dr Ian Tomlin had a long association with the music programme offered at Edinburgh Napier University. After initially making a donation to the establishment of the programme, he set up a permanent endowment that benefits students on the classical study stream. In addition, he set up the Malta/Napier Music Scholarship Trust, which gives young Maltese music students the chance to study performance and composition in Edinburgh.[1] Upon his death in 2016, he left a further £750,000 bequest to the university.[2]

Course Structure

The first two years of the BMus course are divided equally between performance and academic study. All students take music history and harmony classes for the first two years as well as a one-hour weekly one-to-one instrumental/singing/composition lesson.

Both the BMus and BA courses afford students the opportunity to customise their programme to their own particular interests and talents.

BMus (Hons) Classical Music Course Structure[3]
Year Compulsory Optional
1 Principal Study; Western Art Music; General Music Skills General Music Skills 2; Music Cultures; Music Technology
2 Principal Study; Western Art Music Popular Music Culture; Core Music Skills (strands in orchestration, composition and conducting); Jazz 1 - America; The Business of Music
3 Western Art Music Principal Study; Jazz 2 - Europe; Instrumental/Vocal Teaching; Ensemble Performance; Music in a Globalised World; Introduction to Music Therapy; Applied Music Skills (strands in orchestration, composition, conducting and keyboard skills); The Business of Music
4 A major project, taking the form of either a Music Analysis portfolio, a Dissertation or a Public Recital Music and Aesthetics; Dissertation, Entrepreneurship in the Music Industries; Music Analysis; Principal Study; Instrumental / Vocal Teaching; Jazz 3 – Local; Music Psychology; Ensemble Performance; Music Research Project.

References

  1. ^ "Ian Tomlin Napier / Malta Music Scholarships". Napier. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Philanthropist leaves Napier university £750k to support classical music". www.scotsman.com. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Edinburgh Napier University Music | Bachelor of Music (Hons)". Retrieved 30 August 2019.
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