COMPOSING FOR SONGWRITERS

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Learn the fundamentals of songwriting

Composing for Songwriters is a 5-week program for adults (16 years and over), introducing participants to the fundamentals of composition including: rhythmic patterns, common and useful chord progressions, melody writing and song analysis. Music theory is explored in context.

The course is delivered online, live via Zoom, so a computer with audio, camera and good internet connection is required. Classes are recorded and will be available for all participants.

Lecturer: Daniel Wallace-Crabbe

Daniel Wallace-Crabbe is a highly experienced pianist, composer, arranger and songwriter, creating compositions and performing across an array of styles and musical settings. He lectures in composition at AIM and Sydney University.

Bonus: Enrol in this course and receive free registration to: Start Me Up! An Introduction to the Music Industry.

Saturdays, 9 Oct  –  6 Nov 2021, 2pm – 4pm

DURATION

5 weeks

INTAKES

Saturdays, 9 Oct  –  6 Nov 2021, 2pm – 4pm

Location

Online

ENTRY

Age 16+

Fees

$320+

CODES

N/A

ENTRY

Age 16+

Fees

$320+

CODES

N/A

LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS

To reach your potential as a musician, you need to learn from experts. Explore who you will study under.

  • Daniel Wallace-Crabbe

    Academic Lecturer

    Daniel Wallace-Crabbe has worked as a lecturer at AIM since 2008. He is also a casual lecturer/ tutor at Sydney University. Daniel is a composer/arranger and performer, who works across many different styles of music: from Cuban jazz, Argentine tango to contemporary classical.

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