Music Course is designed to help you develop your knowledge of music concepts and music literacy and to integrate and apply this understanding in practical learning activities. To complete the course you must complete/pass the following 3 mandatory units plus the added value unit.
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Music is a practical, hands-on subject that develops your creativity and imagination, and your musical skills. You will have the opportunity to perform a variety of music in solo and/or group settings using your voice or your chosen instrument(s). You will also develop your skills in composing, arranging and improvising music, and learn about the social and cultural factors that influence music. The course comprises three areas of study
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The Higher Music Course provides a broad practical experience of performing and creating music and develops related knowledge and understanding of music. Learners develop their skills and creative capabilities as musicians, and gain the skills they need to perform and create music and to confidently discriminate between music concepts and styles.vel specific music concepts, and music literacy.
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The Advanced Higher Music course builds on the work done in Higher Music and requires an A or B pass in order to be eligible to enter the course.
A significant amount of learning will be self-directed and require pupils to demonstrate a more mature approach to learning and the ability to work on their own initiative. Pupils will be encouraged to use an enquiring, critical and problem-solving approach to their learning.
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