Identify and connect specific features and purposes of music from contemporary and past times including the music of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, to explore viewpoints and enrich their music making
identifying contexts, for example, social, historical or cultural contexts relevant to the forms and styles represented in music they listen to and/or perform
locating and exploring specific examples of contemporary Australian or Asian music, through questions such as ‘How does this music relate to its social context, its makers and audiences? What are the protocols for performing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and other culturally specific performances? What historical forces and influences are evident in the music? How does this style of music vary from those seen in other traditions or other locations?
describing the role of music in different cultures including local Koorie culture and using this information when planning performances or compositions, for example, when planning a program for a multi-cultural day concert that will feature performances by students and members of the local community of music created by the students and other performers
using scores or charts to annotate features and ideas for interpretation, for example, annotating the score of a work they have created to prepare for a rehearsal
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