Explain how aspects of the elements of music are combined to communicate ideas, concepts and feelings by comparing music from different cultures, times and locations, including the music of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
reviewing one’s own music, outlining their use of performance techniques and discussing the purpose of using specific presentation and production elements
providing and responding to feedback to refine performances and compositions
talking and writing about music from other places and times and how cultural understandings shape responses to music; for example, listening to examples of contemporary music that uses Aboriginal instruments such as the didgeridoo or clap sticks and asking ‘how does this music draw on music traditions or styles from other times, cultures or locations?
identifying the features of music from other contexts, for example, investigate traditional and contemporary music from Asia, considering traditions, customs and conventions
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