Objectives and interest of the MasterThe concern for Musical Heritage is something relatively recent and, consequently, with large gaps in the study and specialization on it, despite its importance as a starting point for all musical activities, from research to interpretation, passing through management and teaching.
The Master that is presented here aims to deepen the study of what we know as Musical Heritage, especially Spanish and Latin American, framing it in Western music, but with the purpose of its study and revaluation in some cases and its recovery and implementation a point in others, since it constitutes one of the most significant characteristics of Spanish and Latin American culture.
It is also proposed to raise the Musical Heritage and its knowledge as the starting point and reference point of musical activity in research, management, interpretation and teaching.
Who is the Master aimed at?Priority degrees:Graduate or Bachelor of Music History and Sciences.
Graduated or Bachelor of Geography and History (Art History - Musicology).
Graduated or titled as Superior Professor of Musicology (conservatories).Medium priority degrees:Graduated or titled as Superior Professor of other Music specialties (conservatories).Related degrees (in the event that there are places available):Graduate or Bachelor of Art History
Graduate or Bachelor of History
Graduate or Bachelor of Philology.
Graduate or Bachelor of Humanities
Graduate or Bachelor of Philosophy.Selection and admission criteria:Appraisal of the academic record of the undergraduate curriculum of applicants with a weight of 70% of the overall score.
Assessment of the specific curricular merits of the applicants that have to do with Music studies, both Musicology and Conservatory (training, professional experience, interpretation, research) with a weight of 25% of the overall score.
Assessment of other curricular merits with a weight of 5% of the overall score.CurriculumThe student must take a total of 60 ECTS to obtain the title, on the subjects chosen in the following academic structure:Teaching period (40 ECTS):It is structured around a common compulsory module and three specific optional modules-itineraries, from which the various subjects can be chosen (it is not compulsory to take the complete modules):Compulsory Common Module: Introduction to Musical Heritage (20 ECTS)
Itinerary I: Specialty in Research (Musicology) (20 ECTS)
Itinerary II: Specialty in Management (20 ECTS)
Itinerary III: Specialty in Interpretation (20 ECTS)
Itinerary V: Specialty in Circulation and reception of Musical Heritage in Contemporary Spain (20 ECTS) (Only taught at the University of Oviedo and to students enrolled by this University).
Internship and research period (10 ECTS).
Final Master's Project (10 ECTS).Faculty profileThe teaching staff of the Master in Musical Heritage covers all specialties and lines of work within research, management, teaching and musical performance.MethodologyThe face-to-face work will be carried out in intensive sessions of compulsory attendance. The rest of the activities and work to be carried out will be carried out, supervised and evaluated through the Virtual Campus - Virtual Learning Space (EVA) of the UNIA.