|Course title:||BTEC Music|
|Available grades:||Level 1 Pass – Level 2 Distiction*|
|Content overview:||Unit 1 The Music industry is worth 25% (written exam) Students will explore the job roles and organisations that make up the music industry.
Unit 2 Managing a Music Product is worth 25% enables learners to manage the planning, delivery and promotion of a live concert, CD, or other music product. The success of their music product will rely heavily on the planning and development process.
Unit 4 Introducing Music Composition is worth 25% students will be introduced to ways to extend, develop and shape music that suits different situations. Briefs will be used to present students with real-life compositional challenges that may require the composition of a very short piece, e.g. for a 20 second TV advert, or a more extended composition, e.g. for a film scene.
Unit 5 Introducing Music Performance is worth 25% students will explore skills and make decisions as they prepare for performance. Planning and practising are both vital parts of a successful performance
|Assessment:||3X Coursework Units (75% of course)
1 x written exam (25% of the course)
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|Further study links:||A level Music
L3 BTEC national music
Music Production Diploma Level 3RSL L3 Music Practitioner