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The fact that the year has ended so successfully is largely due to Mr. The work of the Conservatory is divided into three schools 1. In this school, all the works of the second study of the diploma and the subjects of the diploma will be taught.

MASTER SCHOOL

SINGLE STUDIES

OPERA SCH00L

UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORIUM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

EXTRA CLASSES

For students on the full three-year course, for students repeating the year, or for students attending teachers' classes.

UNIVERSITY SPORTS AND UNION FEES In addition to the above fees, the following fees are payable

PAYMENT OF FEES AND ENTRY I. Fees may be paid annually or in terminal instalments

Failure to pay the fee, to forward the pay-in slip, or to send the filled-in entry form (when the latter is required) before the last day of entry for each term

No student shall be admitted to the Examinations unless the full fee for the year shall have been paid

ADMISSION

Before entering the Conservatorium, intending students must satisfy the Ormond Professor of their proficiency. The Australian Music Examination

It is not necessary to Matriculate or to pass the qualifying examinations as set out in Regulations XXX and XXXII unless the student intends to enter

Students may enter the Conservatorium at the beginning of any term

ENAMINATIONS

CERTIFICATES

EХ HIB ITI O N S

ENTRANCE E Х III В ITIONS•

OTHER E Х HIBITIONS

ENTRY AND EXAMINATION

REGULATIONS CONCERNING EХHI В ITIІ NS

No student may hold more than one exhibition at the same time

Na student having held an Entrance Exhibition will be permitted to coгг рёte for the same exhibition a second time, nor will a student having held an

No student of the Conservatorium having passed the First Year of the Course for the Degree or the Diploma in Music will be eligible to compete for

No student to whom an exhibition is awarded will be entitled to receive the amount thereof unless he attends the Conservatorium of Music of the

Exhibitioners must pay the balance of the prescribed fees for the year before availing themselves of the advantages of the exhibitions

Students holding exhibitions may be examined by the Ormond Professor at any time during the tenure of the exhibition, and if he is not satisfied. with the

SCHOLARSHIPS

If any balance remains after payment of these fees, it shall be paid to the scholar in semi-annual installments in March and September. The balance remaining after payment of the prescribed fees is paid to the scholar in semi-annual installments in March and September.

PRIZES

The scholarship will be awarded annually and for one year, but it can be awarded again * without examination to the previous holder. Scholarships for Wind Instrument Students.--Students taking a wind instrument as a Practical Study may receive Scholarships on the recommendation of the Ormond Professor.

LIBRARY

Jones Scholarship" is open to students taking a singing course as prescribed by the Ormond Professor.

ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS

NORMAL PITCH STANDARDS

STUDENTS' LOAN FUND

STUDENTS' CLUB

RULES 0F C І NSERVÁTІRIU'М AFFECTING STUDENTS

Attention is drawn to the following points relevant to the achievement of the entrance examination qualification. Written requests for special attention in this regard, or for exemption from the requirements for pre-passing the School Leaving Certificate, should normally be made through the School Principal to the Registrar. The Board of Professors may, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Music, grant dispensation from the admission requirements in special circumstances.

By decision of the Council of Professors, a person over the age of 19 who has served in war service for at least one year may be eligible to enroll and participate in the Degree Course in one of two ways. By passing the entrance examination in four subjects, including English expression and the requirements for the degree. In the case of persons attested as members of the Armed Forces before 1 June 1943 by passing the special tests in Intelligence and Successive Exposition and by passing the Entrance Examination in one sitting in two approved subjects, whether or not they have failed in a previous attempt at entrance examination.

The Professor Board will treat it as a special case; under Article 13 of the Matriculation Regulations, a candidate who has been deprived of educational opportunities and who is entitled to sit for the matriculation examination if (a) passes the examination in two consecutive years in a total of four subjects including English Expression and that pre-requisites for the diploma course; The Commonwealth Government has a Reconstruction Training Committee, under the Minister for Post-War Reconstruction, to deal with plans for the training of discharged members of the Services to assist their re-entry into civilian life.

REGULA ТIІN Ѕ

Instrumental School

Vocal School

Subject ta the provisions of the Statute concerning admission ad eundem and to dispensation granted by the Professorial Board in special

Where a candidate in any year has passed in some only of the subjects of the year of the course he shall be entitled to credit for such

Harmony Part III

Ear Training

Chief and Second Practical Studies Part II

Orchestration Part I

History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part II

Harmony Part IV

Counterpoint and Fugue

Sight Reading Part III

Chief and Second Practical Studies Part III

History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part III, 3. Harmony Part V

Counterpoint Canon and Fugue

4th. Division (a)

Chief and Sе cond Practical Studies Part IVA

Sight Reading Part IV

Elementary Acoustics

Division (b)

  • Chief and Second Practical Studies Part IVI
  • Methods of Teaching Part II
  • Elementary Acoustics
  • History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part L
  • Harmony Part II
  • Modern Languages Part II
  • Sight Reading Part II
  • Sight Reading Part III
  • Chief and Second Practical Studies Part III
  • Chief and Second Practical Studies Part IVC (for Division (a)—Concert Singing )
  • Elementary. Acoustics
  • Methods of Teaching Part II
  • Theoretical School Divisions (a) and I st. Division (a)
    • Form and Analysis Part I
    • History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part I
    • Counterpoint Part II
    • Ear Training
    • Orchestration Part I
    • Practical Study Part II
  • Composition Part II
    • Form and Analysis Part
  • Composition Part I for Division 2nd. Divisions (a) and (b)
    • Form and Analysis Part II
    • Orchestration Part II for Division (a) or Part I for Di vi - sion (b)
    • Composition Part III for Division (a) or Composition Part II for Division (b)
    • Orchestration Part II for Division (b 2. History Literature and Aesthetics of
    • Composition Part IV for Division (a) for Division (b'
    • Composition Part. V
    • Elementary Acoustics
    • Pedagogics and Psychology
  • Harmony and Composition
  • Playing on the Pianoforte from Full Orchestral and Vocal Score
  • History Literature and Aesthetics of Music
  • Practical Study Vocal or Instrumental
  • Original and Critical Composition on Musical Subjects
    • No student shall hold more than one Exhibition in Music at the same time and no student to wham an Ormond Exhibition shall be
    • Candidates for the Diploma in Music may an matriculating enter the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Music at any time with a
    • Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Music shall be Bachelors of Music of at least three years' standing
    • Candidates for. the Degree of Doctor of Music may present them- selves for Examination in either (or both) of two Schools viz

At the First Year Honors Examination three Ormond Exhibitions of the value of twenty-five pounds each will be opened for Exhibitions of the value of twenty-five pounds each will be open for competition and may be awarded for excellence in the subjects First Year Examination and General Art Knowledge exhibited throughout the year. At the Honors Examination of the Second Year, one Ormond Exhibition to the value of twenty-five pounds will be open for competition. An exhibition of twenty-five pounds will be open to competitors, and may be awarded for excellence in subjects. exams=. A candidate who has completed four years of study and has fulfilled the prescribed conditions and who has fulfilled the prescribed conditions for the Bachelor of Music degree can be enrolled in the diploma.

At the Final Honors Examination, candidates in the same year or in different years may obtain Honors in one or more of the following years or in different years Honors in one or more of the following Schools, but not more than twice in the same School. No student shall hold more than one exhibition in Music at the same time and no student to hold an Ormond Exhibition at the same time and no student awarded an Ormond Exhibition shall be entitled to the amount thereof not receive, unless he continues with the full course at the University Conservatory of Music for the Degree of Bachelor of Music or for the Diploma in Music and pays the prescribed fee for the year. Candidates for the Diploma in Music may enter a matriculating course for the Degree of Bachelor of Music at any time with a course for the Degree of Bachelor of Music at any time with a corresponding status the Second Year of the Diploma course corresponding to the First Year of the Degree course and the Third Year of the Diploma course corresponding to the Second Year of the Degree course.

In the case of candidates who have completed any part of the Diploma course in the Instrumental or Vocal School, it will be competent for the Faculty to determine in what status candidates will be admitted to the School Music Course. Candidates for the Doctor of Music degree must have been a Bachelor of Music for at least three years.

Candidates will be required to present themselves for an examina- tion in Harmony up to six parts and Fugue and Orchestral Score

Candidates who have given evidence of ability and proficiency satisfactory to the Examiners in any one or more of the above Schools

Candidates for the Diploma in Music shall pursue their studies for three years, attend such lectures and classes and perform such

Theoretical School (a) Composition

Subject to the provisions of the Statute concerning admission ad euitdem and to dispensation granted by the Professorial Board in

At the beginning of the First Year two Ormond Exhibitions of the value of Twenty-five pounds each shall be open for competition to

The subjects of the Pass and Honour Examinations of the various years of the course in each division shall be as set out in the following

General Musical Knowledge

Chief and S е cond Practical Studies Part I

2nd. Divisions (a ) and (b)

Form and Analysis Part I

3rd. Division (a)

Form and Analysis Part II

Sight Reading Part III

Accompanying Part I (Pianoforte and Organ only)

Instrumental Ensemble Part I

Chief Practical Study A

Division (b)

Methods of Teaching Part I

Harmony Part I

Sight Reading Part I

Modern Languages Part I

Chief and Second Practical Studies Part I

Modern Languages Part II

Chief and Second Practical Studies Part II

Orchestration Part I

History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part I1

Modern Languages Part III

Chief Practical Study A (for Division (a))

Chief Practical Study В (for Division (b))

Form and Analy śis Part II

History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part II

Sight Reading Part III

Methods of Teaching Part I

Chief and Second Practical Studies Part III

  • Counterpoint Part I
  • Practical Study Part I
  • Composition Part I
  • Harmony . Part II
  • Chief and Second Practical Studies Part I
  • Forni arid Analysis Part I
  • History Literatur ё and Aesthetics of Music Part I
  • Composition Part II
  • Form and Analysis Part I.,
  • History Literature and Aesthetics of Music Part I
  • Orchestration Part II
  • Composition Part III
  • Harmony Part IV
  • Counterpoint and Fugue 6. Composition Part II
  • Pedagogics and Psychology
  • Theory Teaching Part I
  • Candidates who complete their First Year shall be allowed in the same year to compete for the Exhibitions specified in Regulation
  • Candidates who complete their Second Year shall be allowed in the same year to compete for the Exhibitions awarded at the exami-
  • Candidates who complete their Third Year at the Annual Examination shall be allowed in the same year ta compete for the
  • Candidates who have completed the three years of the course and fulfilled the prescribed conditions may be awarded the Diploma in
  • No student shall hold more than one Exhibition in Music at the same time and na student to whom an Ormond Exhibition shall be
  • Candidates for the Diploma in Music may on matriculating enter the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Music at any time with
  • Any holder of the Diploma in Music or the Diploma of Musical Associate may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Music on
  • Candidates having obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Music or the Diploma in Music in School A (a) or B (a) or (b) must present

Candidates completing their first year will be admitted in the same year to compete for the exhibitions specified in Regulation the same year to compete for the exhibitions specified in Regulation XLIX Section 3. Candidates completing their second year will be admitted in the same year are awarded to compete for the Exhibitions at the examination in the same year to compete for the Exhibitions awarded at the examination of the First Year for the Degree of Bachelor of Music. Candidates completing their Third Year at the Annual Examination shall be permitted in the same year to compete for the Examination, shall be permitted in the same year to compete for the Exhibition for which in Regulation XLIX Section б.

No student may hold more than one music exhibition at the same time and a student who will be awarded an Ormond exhibition at the same time and a student who will be awarded an Ormond exhibition will be entitled to the amount thereof unless they continue with the full training at the University Music Conservatory for the Bachelor of Music degree or for the diploma in Musi. Applicants for the diploma in music can take the course for the bachelor of music degree at any time at matriculation, with the course for the bachelor of music degree at any time with the corresponding status in the second year of the diploma course. Any holder of the Diploma in Music or the Diploma of Musical Associate may be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Music or Associate may be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Music upon enrollment as a student of the University and meeting the requirements prescribed for the third and fourth years of the Bachelor of Music degree programme.

Candidates for the Master of Music degree must, according to the Ormond professor, have exceptional ability to create solo music. Applicants who have obtained a Bachelor of Music or a Diploma in Music from School A (a) or B (a) or (b) must submit a Diploma in Music from School A (a) or B (a) or (b) must report to the next examinations.

Three recitals one at least of which may be a public perfor- mance each recital to occupy about an hour and a half ; the

Three recitals, at least one of which may be a public performance, with each recital lasting approximately one and a half hours; the.

Evidence of musicianship in a test in Sight Reading Trans- position and Ear Training

A viva voce examination in the music of the post-romantic period in the subject in which the candidate presents himself

1 ) relating to the subject in which the candidate presents himself for examination ;

2) an outline of general musical history

  • The examination of any candidate may not, without the special permission of the Faculty, extend over a period of more than three
  • An examination fee of Five guineas must be paid by candidates who have obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Music or the Diploma in
  • Candidates who have passed the examination and fulfilled the prescribed conditions may be awarded the Diploma in the Master
  • The Faculty may admit as a candidate for the Certificate any applicant-
  • A candidate shall subsequently to his admission pursue his studies for at least one academic year, shall attend such classes and
  • The subjects* of teaching and examination shall be as follows : Pedagogics and Psychology
  • A candidate who passes the examination in any subject or subjects of the course shall be entitled to credit therefor
  • A candidate not presenting himself at one examination in all the subjects of the course may take the subjects of examination in
  • A candidate who has satisfied the requirements of this Regula- tion and fulfilled any other conditions required may be granted the
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, candidates who under the regulations in force on 31st December, 1942, have passed

Three recitals, at least one of which may be a public performance, each recital will take approximately an hour and a half; the. attend a full course in any year of the course for the Degree. Candidates who have passed the examination and fulfilled the prescribed conditions can be awarded the Diploma in the Master's prescribed conditions can be awarded the Diploma in the Master's School of Music. The Faculty may admit any applicant as a candidate for the Certificate. i) who has completed the course for a degree or diploma in Music at the University or who has provided evidence satisfactory to the Faculty of musical education and musicianship of substantially equivalent standard;. ii) who has satisfied the Faculty in the manner it requires.

Board of Examiners in the subject of Musical Perception in Grade I standard or other examination in the subject approved by the Faculty. After admission, a candidate shall continue his studies for at least one academic year, shall attend classes and studies for at least one academic year, attend such classes and demonstrations as the Faculty may prescribe from time to time in the details of subjects, and pass for the examinations prescribed below. A candidate who passes the exam in a subject or subjects of the course is entitled to credits for this.

A candidate who does not present himself at one test in all of the course's subjects can take the exam subjects in the course's subjects, can take the exam subjects in any order. A candidate who has fulfilled the requirements of this regulation and fulfilled any other conditions may be awarded the tion and fulfilled any other conditions may be awarded the Certificate of Music in Schools.

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC AND DIPLOMA IN MUSIC

CERTIFICATE FOR MUSIC IN SCHOOLS

ACCOMPANYING, PART I A practical class of one hour per week throughout the Year

ACCOMPANYING, PART II

CHIEF AND SECOND PRACTICAL STUDIES

A AND B

PARТ V

CHIEF PRACTICAL. STUDIES, A AND B

CLASS SINGING

COMPOSITION, PART I

CІMPC7SITION, PART II

COMPOSITION, PART III

COMPOSITION, PART IV

CO М PQSITIQN, PART V

COUNTERPOINT, PART I

COUNTERPOINT, PART II

COUNTERPOINT AND FUGUE

COUNTERPOINT, CANON AND FUGUE

EAR TRAINING

ELEMENTARY ACOUSTICS

GENERAL MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE

HARMONY, PART I

HARMONY, PART II

HARMONY, PART III A course of one lecture per week throughout the Year

HARMONY, PART IV

HARMONY, PART V

HISTORY, LITERATURE AND AESTHETICS OF MUSIC, PART I

HI S ТORY, LITERATURE AND AESTHETICS OF MUSIC, PART II

HISTORY, LITERATURE AND AESTHETICS OF MUSIC, PART III

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE, PARТ I

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE, PART II

MODERN LANGUAGES, PART I

Lecturer's observation throughout the Year of students' conversational speech

Poem and Prose (modern) of about 200 words each-to be memorized

Sight reading-English prose of moderate difficulty

МODERN_ LANGUAGES, PART II Courses of lectures throughout the Year

MODERN LANGUAGES, PART III Courses of lectures throughout the Year

MODERN LANGUAGES, PARТ IV

MODERN LANGUAGES, PART V Courses of lectures throughout the Year

MUSICAL APPRECIATION AND THE ART OF LISTENING SYLLAвцs. This subject will depend largely upon the student's own initiative

ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENT, PART I

ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENT, PART II

ORCHESTRATION, PART I

ORCHESTRATION, PART II

PEDAGOGICS AND PSYCHOLOGY

PIANOFORTE KEY-BOARD FACILITY

PIANOFORTE, PARTS I, II AND III

PRACTICAL STUDIES, Р ARTS I AND II

RHYTHMICS

SCHOOL ORCHESTRA •TECHNIQUE

SIGHT READING, PARTS I AND II

SIGНТ READING, PART III

SIGHT .READING, PART IV

SINGING, PARTS I, II AND III

Poem and Prose (modern) of about 200 words each —to be memorized

Sight reading—English prose of moderate difficulty

SPEECH TRAINING, PART II

Two poems (Elizabethan and Victorian periods) аnд modern prose—

Sight reading—English prose and poetry

Short prepared speech

THEORY TEACHING, PART I

THEORY TEACHING, PART II

CLASS LISTS AND EХHI ВITIONS

A. STEELE COMPOSITION PRIZE Peter Sculthorpe

W. HOMEWOOD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ruth Hecht

L1 ST OF AWARD S, 1946

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