Monthly Archives: August 2015

2. Music is everywhere

Music is everywhere – in our modules you’ll discover how music works and explore what music means and what it does. Music is all around us, all of the time. It isn’t just something which happens in designated spaces like … Continue reading

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1. Music is for everyone

Music is for everyone – you can start studying music with us from scratch. You can begin by looking at our free taster materials on OpenLearn, or sign up for the next presentation of our MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) – From … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Study Music at the Open University

We’re running a series of short blogs outlining reasons to study music with us. Read these as they come in at http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/music/ or by following the #10reasonsOUMusic hashtag on Twitter. We provide a wide range of opportunities at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, … Continue reading

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MA in Music taster course….

OpenLearn have just published a free course that allows prospective students a taster of the Music MA. Entitled ‘An Introduction to Music Research’ the 16-hour course draws upon the content of both A873 (MA in Music Part 1) and A874 … Continue reading

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Registration open for conference on the Music Profession, 14 September

Registration is now open for the OU-hosted conference ‘The Music Profession in Britain 1780-1920: New Perspectives on Status and Identity’, to be held at the OU’s London office in Camden on 14 September. Full details of the conference, programme and … Continue reading

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