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 Module A continued The singer:
• understands the need for clear diction and how to use diction appropriately according to the style of music being performed, and demonstrates this in rehearsals and performances.
• understands the difference between solo and choral singing and contributes to the overall sound whilst blending the voice with the ensemble as a whole.
• has sung accurately and musically a carefully prepared short solo or solo line in a service, concert or similar public event.
Module B: Musical skills and understanding
      The singer has completed the theory section of the Red workbook and demonstrates
that he/she knows and understands:
• • • • • • •
the names of pitches in the treble and bass clefs, including those on leger lines.
time values of notes and rests, including tied notes.
key signatures up to five sharps and flats (major & minor).
compound time signatures.
the characteristics and names of major, minor and perfect intervals up to an octave.
the notes of major and minor arpeggios in keys of up to five sharps and flats.
the frequently used performance directions listed on page 28 and 29.
              Module B continued
The singer has read and understood the music theory in Module B and can:
• sing back a melody. The key chord and key note will first be sounded and the pulse indicated. The melody will be played twice.
• sing a one–octave major or minor arpeggio, unaccompanied, ascending and descending. The key chord and note will first be indicated.
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