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 Module A continued The singer:
• understands the difference between solo and choral singing. Contributes to the choral sound whilst blending the voice with the ensemble as a whole, without compromising good vocal technique.
• sings with clear diction to create appropriate style and expression.
• uses vowels to produce resonance, and ensures that consonants are clear without interrupting the flow of the tone.
• has performed three contrasting
pieces with a range of over an octave. These were sung from memory and demonstrated agility, good articulation and diction, good breath control and intonation, and a variety of vocal tone.
• has sung confidently, accurately and musically a solo or solo line in a concert or service.
MODULE B: Musical skills and understanding
          The singer has completed the theory section of the Yellow workbook and demonstrates that he/she knows and understands:
• all key signatures, major and minor.
• the difference between melodic and harmonic minor scales.
• double sharps and double flats.
• the characteristics and names of all intervals up to an octave, including diminished and augmented intervals.
• the difference between primary and secondary chords, and how chords relate to a given key.
• the difference between primary chords in root position, first and second inversion.
• more complex chords (for example, chords with added 6th, 7th or 9th).
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