Music perception

Music perception – muha

Music perception studies support one’s musical hobby by enhancing the competence of musical literacy and the ability to perceive musical structures. Muha studies consist of workshops that complement the instrument classes. Muha studies are included in the term fee for the basic and advanced studies.

In case free places are available, the students from outside EMO may also apply to participate in the muha groups. Enrollment in Eepos in August, at the beginning of the term, the term fee for a muha group is 155€ (from 1.8.2024).

Muha enrollment and group changes

Enrollment for the muha groups was in the spring. You can check your group from Eepos. Possible wishes of group changes must be made by 12.8. by email directly to your muha teacher. Processed after the start of the term in the order of arrival.

Muha enrollment for new students 6.–18.8. in order of registration in Eepos:


Like instrument studies, muha studies are also divided into basic and advanced studies.

Muha basic studies:
  • there are 4 muha workshops in one module
  • beginning at the age of 9-10 or later at the beginning of the studies
  • participation required for 4-6 academic years
  • Starting point is Western music of different ages and the repertoire for each student’s own instrument
Muha courses for basic studies:
  • Muha 1: Musical alphabet, often integrated in the instrument group
  • Muha 2: Music for everyone and creative production
  • Muha 3: Music for everyone and notation
  • Muha 4: Altering music and Me
Muha advanced studies:
  • Soivat soinnut: muha course of advanced studies for everyone, duration 1 term
  • In addition, the student elects at least one course of 1-term duration from the course selection in Advanced Studies
  • The advanced courses from the course selection are available through the duration of the studies
  • Initially, each course lasts for one term, unless stated otherwise
Course selection in advanced studies:
  • Soivat soinnut (for everyone)
  • Aural skills and transcription
  • Music technology
  • Special skills of an orchestral musician
  • Harmony
  • Music analysis of one’s own repertoire
  • Classical music of our time
  • Concert culture and philosophy of music
  • History of African-American music
  • Arrangement/Composition
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