ARTS & HUMANITIES
Oxford has a proud tradition of study in art, music, literature, philosophy, religion, history and other related subjects. It has contributed immensely to our understanding of various aspects of human society and culture. Students will follow the footsteps of the likes of J. R. Tolkien, T. S. Eliot, Christopher Hitchens, Oscar Wilde, Emily Davison in learning and producing work related to arts and humanities.
1) Techniques of Tonal Music – Introduction to the Western tonal tradition; through arrangement, acquisition of basic harmonic skills at the keyboard, aural work, and writing music.
2) Music Analysis – Introduction to what makes music work through hands-on familiarity with a range of styles.