This programme introduces the study of keyboard and non-keyboard instruments and draws on the resources of the unique facilities of the the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Instruments (EUCHMI).
Six taught or supervised courses are taken over two semesters, making a total of 120 credits. A 15,000-word dissertation is written over the remaining months for 60 credits. The structure of the course is as follows:
|Organology of Stringed Instruments||20|
|Organology of Wind and Percussion Instruments||20|
|Research Methods A||20|
|Research Methods B||20|
|Individual Research Project||20|
On successful completion of coursework students proceed to write a dissertation.
|A 15,000-word Dissertation on an organological topic of their choice||60|
Further information on the courses available as part of this program can be found here:
This article was published on Sep 22, 2011