Continued development of listening, performing and composing skills to create imaginative compositions and performances. Musical textures become an important feature of compositions and performances. Singing is central to all musical work as well as learning to play musical instruments
Listening and Appraising
Listen with attention and detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory and accuracy (Y6f)
Appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians (Y6g)
Planning and Composing
Create a simple composition and record using formal notation (Y6c)
Performing and improvisation
Sing as part of an ensemble with full confidence and precision (Y6a)
Play and perform in solo or ensemble contexts with increasing accuracy, control, fluency and expression (Y6b)
Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the inter-related dimensions of music (Y6i)
Musical Language/Reading and Writing Music
Deepen an understanding and use of formal, written notation which includes staff, semibreves and dotted crochets (Y6h)
Discussion, Feelings, History and emotions.
Develop a deeper understanding of the history and context of music (Y6d)
Dimensions and Structure
Appropriately discuss the dimensions of music and recognise them in music they hear (Y6e)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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