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  • Improving lives throughvocational education

    BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Music for Practical Performance Workbook

    Name:

    CVQO reference number: VQ

    Unit:

    You must complete and return this Workbook to CVQO for marking before 30 APRIL 2018.

    THE DECLARATION BELOW MUST BE SIGNED BY YOU (THE LEARNER) AND YOUR ENSEMBLE LEADER/BANDMASTER/VQ OFFICER

    UNSIGNED WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR MARKING

    CVQO LTD, 3 ARCHIPELAGO, LYON WAY, CAMBERLEY, SURREY, GU16 7ERmusic@cvqo.org|01276 601709|www.cvqo.org

    Copyright CVQO 2016

    Learner Declaration: I certify that:1. I have had the requirements for this BTEC Level 2 qualification explained to me.2. Where appropriate I have been given constructive feedback.3. The work submitted for this Workbook is my own.

    Signed: Date:

    Ensemble Leader/Bandmaster/VQ Officer Declaration: I certify that:1. I have issued the relevant Resource Material to this learner and explained where the information

    for the completion of their work can be found.2. The learner understands the requirements for the completion of this Diploma.3. The learner named above completed the work submitted.

    Signed: Date:

    On completion the Unit VQ Officer is to sign and send by Recorded Delivery to CVQO

    Third Edition

  • ii | Page Pearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Music for Practical Performance

    Instructions for completing this workbook

    Instructions for completing this workbookOverviewThe Level 2 Diploma in Music for Practical Performance is a 360-guided learning hours qualification. Some of the qualification will be achieved through your musical achievements and the remainder by successfully completing the required units in this workbook.

    The qualification is broken down into a number of units. In order to achieve the qualification, you must achieve 60 credits.

    The qualification consists of one workbook which must be submitted on or before the deadline outlined on the front cover. Failure to submit by this date may delay the assessment of work and feedback to you.

    The qualification is pass only questions; however, ALL questions in each unit must be achieved to gain the qualification.

    Work in this book is either, a TASK, a QUESTION, or an ACTIVITY. Each is headed as follows:

    The Unit TASK, QUESTION, ACTIVITY Assessment CriterionExample: U1 Task 1 AC 1.1

    Submission guidelines You must:

    ensure you only submit work that is in your own words. Copied answers or work that is not your own will be returned to you and you risk not being able to complete your qualification.

    write your answers in BLACK PEN. These workbooks are scanned and your work may not be legible unless it is in black pen.

    send your completed workbook to CVQO on or before the submission deadline outlined on the front cover.

    You must not: use any staples or glue in this workbook. If you have used continuation sheets make sure your

    name is on each sheet and this is placed in the correct Unit within your workbook. use any highlighters or corrective fluid (i.e. Tipp-Ex or Snopake) in this workbook.

    THE WRITING SPACE PROVIDED SHOULD BE ADEQUATE FOR THE ANSWERS REQUIRED

    You must complete and submit this Workbook to CVQO for marking by30 April 2018.

    This Workbook contains the practical assessment Marksheets which must be completed and signed by you AND your Ensemble Leader/Bandmaster

    or VQ Officer.

    Remember to tell us about all of your musical achievements, performances you have given and courses you have completed.

    This is important as these activities may mean that you will not have to complete

    certain questions in this Workbook.

  • Instructions for completing this workbook

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    ContentsInstructions for completing this workbook ............................................................................................ii

    Overview ................................................................................................................................................... iiSubmission guidelines .............................................................................................................................. ii

    Glossary ............................................................................................................................................... iv

    UNIT 1 Working in the Music Industry ...................................................................................................1Learning Outcome 1: Know different types of organisations in the music industry .................................1Learning Outcome 2: Know job roles in the music industry ....................................................................2

    UNIT 2 Professional Development in the Music Industry ........................................................................4Learning Outcome 1: Know career and progression opportunities within the music industry ................4Learning Outcome 2: Be able to design and monitor an appropriate professional development plan ....5

    UNIT 3 Planning and Creating a Music Product ......................................................................................7Learning Outcome 1: Know how to carry out the planning requirements for the creation of a music product ........................................................................................................7Learning Outcome 2: Be able to take part in the developmental processes for a music product ............9Learning Outcome 3: Know the purpose of the planning and preparation process in relation to the creation of a music product ................................................................................ 11

    UNIT 4 Solo Musical Performance ........................................................................................................12Learning Outcome 1: Know how to choose appropriate pieces of music for performance ...................12Learning Outcome 2: Know how to prepare for a solo performance .....................................................13Learning Outcome 3: Be able to perform music to an audience ............................................................14

    UNIT 6 Working as a Musical Ensemble ...............................................................................................16Learning Outcome 1: Know the roles and responsibilities of members of musical ensembles ..............16Learning Outcome 2: Be able to prepare for performances as part of an ensemble .............................17Learning Outcome 3: Be able to present effective ensemble performances .........................................19Learning Outcome 4: Be able to demonstrate employability skills through participation in musical ensemble activities ................................................................................. 21

    UNIT 11 Rehearsal Techniques for Musicians .......................................................................................23Learning Outcome 1: Know about the rehearsal process for musicians .................................................23Learning Outcome 2: Know how to find solutions to issues arising during the rehearsal process .........24Learning Outcome 3: Understand how to evaluate progress against targets .........................................25Learning Outcome 4: Be able to demonstrate technical and musical control of an instrument within a group ......................................................................................................27

    UNIT 16 Investigating an Area of Music ................................................................................................29Learning Outcome 1: Be able to plan an investigation, taking deadlines into account .........................29Learning Outcome 2: Be able to carry out an investigation into an area of music ................................30Learning Outcome 3: Know the nature of information and whether it is reliable and valid .................31Learning Outcome 4: Be able to present the results of an investigation into an area of music in an appropriate way ..................................................................................................32

    You Are Now Ready To Submit Your Workbook. ..................................................................................34Your Checklist: ........................................................................................................................................34

    Notes ..................................................................................................................................................35

  • iv | Page Pearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Music for Practical Performance

    Glossary

    Glossary

    COMMAND VERBS DESCRIPTIONCARRY OUT Complete a task or activity.DEFINE State the meaning of a word or phrase or process.DEMONSTRATE Apply skills in a practical situation or show an understanding of the topic.

    DESCRIBE Give a clear description that includes all the relevant features. Think of it as painting a picture with words.DISCUSS Talk about something to another person or group of people.

    EXPLAIN

    Set out in detail the meaning of something, with reasons. This is more difficult than describing or listing so it can help you to give an example to show what you mean. Start by introducing the topic then give the how or why.

    EVALUATE Review the information then bring it together to form a conclusion. Give evidence for each of your views or statements.

    IDENTIFY Provide brief information about a subject, specific process or activity.

    ILLUSTRATE Give clear information or description with examples (e.g.: spoken, written, pictures, diagrams).LIST Provide the information in a list rather than in continuous writing.OUTLINE Identify or briefly describe the main points.PARTICIPATE To take part, be or become actively involved in something.

    REFLECTLook back at your actions, experiences or learning and think about what went well and not so well and how this can help your future action, learning or practice.

    REPORT Make an official or formal statement. Put information together for others.REVIEW Look back over the topic or activity.SELECT Choose the most suitable.STATE Write down clearly.USE Take or apply an item, resource or piece of information as required.

    OTHER DESCRIPTIONCONTRAST Things that are similar but have differences.

  • UNIT 1 Working in the Music Industry

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    UNIT 1 Working in the Music IndustryLearning Outcome 1: Know different types of organisations in the music industry

    U1 Task 1 AC 1.1: Describe an organisations function and relation to other areas of the music industry

    a. Select one organisation from TABLE A and tick the corresponding box. Write a short description of the function of your chosen organisation.

    TABLE A: TYPES OF ORGANISATIONS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

    Record Label Broadcasting (TV & Radio) Stage Hire Company

    HM Forces Band Service Professional Ensemble* Concert Promoter

    Performing Rights Society (PRS) Artists Agency Musicians Union *Choir, Band, Orchestra, etc.Description:

    b. Describe how your chosen organisation from TABLE A relates to two other types of organisation from the same table.

    Type 1:

    Description:

    Type 2:

    Description:

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    UNIT 1 Working in the Music Industry

    Learning Outcome 2: Know job roles in the music industry

    U1 Task 2 AC 2.1: Describe a job role from the performance area of employment

    Listed below are some of the PERFORMANCE related jobs available in the music industry. Tick one box from TABLE B and write a description of the performance role you have chosen.

    TABLE B: PERFORMANCE ROLES IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

    Musician (Instrumentalist) HM Forces Musician/Piper/Drummer/Bugler Vocalist

    Choirmaster Conductor Pipe Major Drum Major Accompanist

    Description:

    U1 Task 3 AC 2.2: Compare the job role from the performance area of employment to other roles within the industry

    Briefly describe two similarities and two differences between your chosen performance role and two other performance roles from TABLE B.

    Role 1:

    Similarities:1.

    2.

    Differences:1.

    2.

    Role 2:

    Similarities:1.

    2.

    Differences:1.

    2.

  • UNIT 1 Working in the Music Industry

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    Learning Outcome 2 (Continued)

    U1 Task 4 AC 2.3: Describe a job role from a different area of employment within the music industry

    Listed below are some of the different NON-PERFORMANCE based roles you can find in the music industry. Tick one box from TABLE C and write a short description of your chosen non-performance role.

    TABLE C: TYPES OF NON-PERFORMANCE BASED ROLES IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

    HM Forces Director of Music Composer/Arranger Music Librarian

    Music Teacher Sound Recording CD Manufacturer Event Manager

    Description:

    U1 Task 5 AC 2.4: Describe how the job role relates to other roles within the industry

    Describe how your chosen non-performance role relates to two other roles from TABLE B or TABLE C.

    Role 1:

    Description:

    Role 2:

    Description:

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    UNIT 2 Professional Development in the Music Industry

    UNIT 2 Professional Development in the Music IndustryLearning Outcome 1: Know career and progression opportunities within the music industry

    U2 Task 1 AC 1.1: Identify the training and experience required for a career path in the music industry

    a. Select a role from the list below and write it in the box.

    Musician (Instrumentalist) Music Event Manager

    Choir Master Music Librarian

    Vocalist Composer/Arranger

    Conductor Music Teacher

    Sound Recording HM Forces Musician/Piper/Drummer/Bugler

    Chosen role:

    Is this a performance/non-performance role:

    b. Identify THREE training requirements and THREE types of experience that would be required for the job role that you have chosen above.

    Training required

    1.

    2.

    3.

    Experience required

    1.

    2.

    3.

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    Learning Outcome 2: Be able to design and monitor an appropriate professional development plan

    U2 Task 2 AC 2.1: Design an appropriate professional development plan that identifies current skill levels and sets targets

    a. Think about your current performance role and the skills this requires. Select from the list below FOUR SKILLS AND QUALITIES* that you consider are important to

    your role. Rate each of the four skills and qualities according to your ability. Give each of the four skills and qualities a priority for development for success.

    * SKILLS AND QUALITIESPractical performance Determination Commitment Individual practice Pride in appearance Play well in a group Motivation Communication

    Your current performance role:

    Skills and qua...

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