Understanding music – Sound arts in context
Research and analyse music from a range of sound environments, styles, and genres, in relation to historical, social, and cultural contexts, considering the impact on music making and production.
Apply their understandings of the expressive qualities of music from a range of contexts to a consideration of their influence on their own music practices.
Developing practical knowledge
Apply knowledge of expressive features, stylistic conventions, and technologies through an integration of aural perception and practical and theoretical skills and analyse how they are used in a range of music.
Create, structure, refine, and represent compositions and musical arrangements, using technical and musical skills and technologies to express imaginative thinking and personal understandings.
Reflect on and evaluate composition processes and presentation conventions.
Communicating and interpreting
Prepare, rehearse, present, record, and evaluate sustained performances of music, individually and collaboratively, that demonstrate interpretive understandings.
Analyse and evaluate the expressive qualities of music and production processes to inform interpretations of music.