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AQA GCSE MUSIC
Students can choose GCSE Music as one of many options in our Key Stage 4 curriculum. Students will perform in two Key Stage 4 & 5 Music concerts in the year. The first concert takes place in November and the second takes place in February/March time.
There are three main components of assessment:
- Understanding music – one exam – 40% of the GCSE.
- Performing music – 2 performances – 30% of the GCSE.
- Composing music – 2 compositions – 30% of the GCSE.
Throughout the course we record performances and practise composition to develop the students' practical skills.
Alongside this, we teach about the following topics through a process of listening, analysis and study:
- The elements of music.
- Western classical tradition 1650–1910.
- Popular music.
- Traditional music.
- Western classical tradition since 1910.
ArtForms Leeds - www.artformsleeds.co.uk
Bitesize Music - www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects