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Students under take the study of CCEA AS Music:

http://www.ccea.org.uk/music/

Students should already play an instrument and/or sing and have some understanding of basic harmonic progressions and staff notation.  The minimum standard of performance should be at a level equivalent to at least Grade 4 of the accredited graded music examination boards. 

AS1/A21 Performing:

You should be able to:

  • create a performance with technical control and accuracy; and
  • interpret and communicate the composers intentions with an appropriate sense of style

AS1/A21 Composing:

You should be able to:

  • create, organise and develop musical ideas in line with your chosen brief; and
  • control and use appropriate instrumental/music technology resources to realise your chosen brief.

AS1/AS2 Appraising:

You should be able to:

  • comment perceptively on the music you perform; and
  • write a coherent and reflective commentary on your compositions and/or music technology options

AS2 Compulsory Area of Study: Music for Orchestra, 1700 to 1900

Optional Area of Study: Music for Solo Piano, 1825-1890

A22 Compulsory Area of Study: Music for Orchestra in the Twentieth Century Selected Optional Area of Study: Jazz in the USA, 1930-1960

Assessment Timetable

AS1: Making & Appraising Music 1 Available Summer only (can repeat)

AS2: Responding to Music 1 Available Summer only (can repeat)

A21: Making & Appraising Music 2 Available Summer only

A22: Responding to Music 2 Available Summer only

 

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