MusicIf you are curious about music and want to create it then GCSE Music is for you.
What is Music?
What will I study?
Why should I study Music?
Music involves many different types of exciting activities such as performing, composing and learning how music from a variety of cultures and times is made. If you are concerned about performing in front of people, don’t worry, you can work in the music studio instead, (e.g. sequencing, recording and mixing).
How is it assessed?
(Recording of 1 group and 1 solo performance)
(Internally assessed coursework)
(Listening exam in summer term. Externally marked (1 hour 15 minutes)
Exam Board: EDUQAS
What do I need?
“Music is one of my favourite subjects at DLD, not only because of the course itself, but because of all the amazing support and encouragement I get from my tutors, as well as my peers. Taking the GCSE music course at DLD has helped to expand my knowledge of music and also explore different aspects of the music business such as writing, recording, and producing, helping me to think about what I may want to do with music in the future. The DLD music department is filled with many talented individuals with a passion for music, and I’m very pleased to be a part of it.”
Caroline Vain – Current DLD Student