AQA – Music (GCSE) Year 11 PowerPoint Presentation

AQA – Music (GCSE) Year 11 PowerPoint Presentation

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Module 1 Knowledge Organiser. KPI 20, 25 and 26. . KPI 7,9,11 and 13. Key words for analysis of set works . Beatles, Haydn, Santana, Copland. Composers intentions . Instrumentation. Structure. Tempo. ID: 657819

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AQA– Music (GCSE) Year 11Module 1 Knowledge Organiser

KPI 20, 25 and 26

KPI 7,9,11 and 13

Key words for analysis of set works

Beatles, Haydn, Santana, Copland

Composers intentions

Instrumentation

StructureTempoKey signatureTime signatureContextTechnologyNotation

Helpful websites

https://www.thoughtco.com/the-elements-of-music-2455913https://getrevising.co.uk/resources?q=&level_id%5B%5D=gcse&level_id%5B%5D=standard_grade&subject_id%5B%5D=music&board_id%5B%5D=aqahttps://quizlet.com/126014855/aqa-gcse-music-revision-key-terms-m-r-flash-cards/https://getrevising.co.uk/revision-notes/aqa_gcse_music_vocabulary

KPI 16Minimum 1 minute group performanceKeywords- Ensemble, Expression, technique, accuracy, fluency, PRACTISE, composer intentions

Dates will be given for performance and composition deadlines

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Programme notesOutline of compositional processScoreNotated music (lead sheet, aural score, notated scoreCompositionCreated piece of musicAudienceWho the piece is aimed atOccasionSpecial event?Software/hardwareProgramme/instrument used to compose

KPI 6, 8,10 and 12Key words for areas of study- Western Classical tradition 1650-1910- Popular Music- Traditional Music- Classical tradition since 1910- Orchestral families and instruments- Ensembles and band instruments - Harmony and tonality- Texture and Melody- Timbre and dynamics- Chords- Sharps and flats- Texture, Monophonic, Homophonic, Polyphonic,- Stylistic features-The Orchestra-Pop Instruments-Sacred vs secular

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