This report details the responses to a survey of level music students at Sheffield University who took the optional core module Analytical Approaches to Music. These responses are then analysed through the lens of the increasing importance of the scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education.
This report was delivered at the Music Analysis and Teaching meeting which took place on 25th March 2006 at Lancaster University. The day was organised by the British Journal of Music Education and the Society for Music Analysis and hosted by Lancaster University and PALATINE. The meeting was a forum for discussion about the position and role of analysis within schools (particularly at A-level) colleges and university music departments.