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Code
M98302
Delivery
Online
Level
8
Campus
College Street
Duration
12 Weeks
Credits
5 ECTS
Next Intake
To be confirmed
Application Status
Closed
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This is a single 5 ECTS module which meets the Teaching Council’s requirements for the curricular subject of
Music which specifies the study of Irish traditional music. It is the responsibility of each individual applicant
to confirm his/her registration requirements with the Teaching Council. This module is also suited to those
who wish to continue their professional development. Students who embark on this module will gain a deeper
understanding of nuances associated with Irish traditional music and its development from the 19th century
to date. The online delivery of this module affords participants to actively engage in a flexible and studentcentered
learning environment.

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Indicative Content
• An in-depth study of Irish traditional music from the 19th century to the present day
• The location and importance of recorded sources
• The impact of emigration and recording technology on the history and development of this genre
• An introduction to ethnographic fieldwork research


Learning and Teaching Methods
• Weekly participative tutorials
• Collaborative & self-guided listening/reading
• Facilitated and self-paced learning activities

Assessment
Total Marks 100: Continuous Assessment

Contact

Course Leader
Nora Kavanagh
Ms. Nora Kavanagh
Lecturer in Music
[email protected]

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