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O Level Music 6053 2009

O Level Music 6053 2009

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6053 MUSIC O LEVEL (2009)1
MUSIC
GCE Ordinary Level(Subject 6053)
INTRODUCTION
This syllabus is designed to engage students in the musical activities of Listening, Performing andComposing, while providing opportunities for them to follow their own musical inclinations. It is alsounderpinned by the understanding that an appreciation of the cultural diversity of music is vital indeveloping open-mindedness towards the multiplicity of musical practices. It provides scope for candidates to develop their musical perception, broaden their knowledge of music from a widerepertoire and make music, both individually and in groups, while endeavouring to foster a lifelonginterest in music of all kinds.
AIMS
The aims of the syllabus are to:
Develop critical thinking through music studies and activities and provide a foundation for musicalcreativity
Develop communication and interpretative skills through performing and music writing
Develop perception and awareness of musical cultures and traditions, both local and global
Provide a foundation for further study in music for those candidates who wish to pursue their studies at a higher level, and/or music-related careers
Provide the basis for an informed and lasting love and appreciation of music
FRAMEWORK
This syllabus is organised into
Music Studies
and
Music Making
. Music Studies is organised by
Areas of Study
to cover a range of musical styles and traditions, as well as to guide aural explorationthrough listening and analysis. Music Making provides the necessary breadth of musical skills whileallowing candidates the choice of a major in either 
Performing
or 
Music Writing
, according to their interests and abilities.
REQUIREMENTS
Students/Candidates offering this syllabus must be under the direct supervision of an ‘O’ Level musicteacher in their own school or any of the approved ‘O’ Level Music Centres.
 
6053 MUSIC O LEVEL (2009)2
WEIGHTING AND ASSESSMENT OF COMPONENTS
The following table provides a summary of the weighting and assessment of the examination:
Component Title AssessmentFormatDuration Weighting MarksMusic Studies
 
1 Music Studies WrittenExamination2 hours 50% 100
Music Making
 
2
Performing 
21 Performing (major) Recital 10–15minutes30% 6022 Performing (minor) Recital 5–10minutes20% 40
3
Music Writing 
31 Music Writing (major) WrittenExamination40 minutes 10% 2032 Music Writing(major and minor)Coursework N.A. 20% 40All candidates are required to take one of the following combinations:Either 
Components 1, 21 and 32 for candidates offering a major in PerformingOr 
Components 1, 22, 31 and 32 for candidates offering a major in Music Writing
GRADING
Subject grades will be based on a candidate’s performance in all components.
ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
The examination will reward candidates for positive achievement in:
Component 1: Music Studies
Aural awareness, perception and discrimination in relation to music for voice, theatre, instrumentsand ensemble
Identification and explanation of music concepts in the context of the genre/tradition/style
Identification and description of chords, modulations and melodic features in Western music
Knowledge and understanding of one Prescribed Work or Prescribed Source Materials
 
6053 MUSIC O LEVEL (2009)3
Component 21: Performing (major)
Technical competence on one instrument or voice
Technical competence
either 
on a second instrument
or 
in an ensemble
1
setting (first/secondinstrument)
Interpretative understanding of the music performed
Component 22: Performing (minor)
Technical competence on one instrument or voice
Interpretative understanding of the music performed
Component 31: Music Writing (major)
Use of functional harmony and counterpoint in two-part writing
Component 32: Music Writing (major and minor)
Competence in and understanding of the processes of composing, through setting a shortpassage of poetry for voice with accompaniment
1
 
Including accompaniment
 

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