- 22 May@QMusicNetwork
- 20 May@QMusicNetworkWe'd feel remiss not to give you one last reminder: BIGSOUND artist applications and early bird regos close midnight! http://t.co/GKMt3xU1q6
- 17 May@QMusicNetwork
- 16 May@QMusicNetworkNominations are now open for the 2013 Deadly Awards! http://t.co/KCegHk9lR7
- 15 May@QMusicNetwork
- 13 May@QMusicNetworkThe Vanda & Young Songwriting Comp is here again. Applications are now open! http://t.co/Sh7afdVMHT
- 8 May@QMusicNetworkOur professional development series kicks off next week with this free songwriting workshop and Hook Up! http://t.co/OuYhD2Q122
- 7 May@QMusicNetworkLittle BIGSOUND registrations are now open! Get involved. Proudly presented by QMusic and Youth Music Industries. http://t.co/YNhx1h08J7
- 6 May@QMusicNetworkISC winners are out! Huge congrats to Thomas Calder (3rd place, Rock), as well as all of our QLD honorable mentions! http://t.co/sysoG2wShr
Music Generators was an intensive song writing program which was piloted in four schools across Queensland by QMusic in 2009. Music Generators was generously funded by Arts Queensland and delivered in partnership with Queensland Department of Education.
During the year of creativity – 2009, Music Generators benefited many school aged children; developing self–expression, improving literacy and engaging creativity, whilst providing professional development for the next generation of Queensland songwriters. The program related to QSA guidelines in the primary and senior music syllabus.
Music Generators Models
There were three different types of models that were piloted throughout the Music Generators program. For more information on the benefits and limitations of each and information on running on running a Music Generators program in your school download the Pilot Models document HERE.
Following are links to resources used for Music Generators created by facilitator Roz Pappalardo.
*please note that the provided PowerPoint presentation is macro-enabled and may be opened in PowerPoint 2007 and later, or by previous versions of PowerPoint with the Open XML component installed. Alternatively you may download the a PDF file of the slides.