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1 Music review at Goldsmiths, University of London

Student Review: 3.6 /5

Popular Music, BMus Hons

By member822672 On 28th May 16

lecturers are awesome and facilities are good but too small for the course size. the department fosters a very particular atmosphere around music creation and criticism which can be both incredibly inspiring and sometimes creatively stunting. the course encourages you to consider music from a quite left-field perspective, and there is a much greater focus on the intention behind the music and performance than there is on the skill. the people on the course are amazing and inspiring

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