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NCEA Level 1 Music (91094) 2013 — page 1 of 11 Assessment Schedule – 2013 Music: Demonstrate knowledge of conventions used in music scores (91094) Evidence Statement Question One Question Achievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with Excellence (a) (i) Identifies dynamics / a dynamic marking as the missing performance marking. (ii) Identifies 12 performers as the minimum number of individuals required for a live performance. (b) For TWO (of three) performance directions: - identifies a bar in which it can be found. For TWO (of three) performance directions: For all THREE performance directions: - identifies the instrument(s) affected - gives its name - describes its function. Bar no. Part(s) affected Name q = 84 1 All Tempo / metronome marking Tells the musicians to play at a tempo of 84 crotchet beats per minute 2, 9 Bass guitar Octave (“ottava alta”) marking Tells the musician to play the notes one octave higher than written 11, 12 Drum kit / sizzle cymbal Roll Tells the musician to play a roll (with two sticks) on the (sizzle) cymbal Other responses possible. (c) Explains why the score layout changes at bar 6, including some of the following points: - all instruments are shown in the first system - subsequently, parts for only the musicians required to play are shown - this saves space in the score / makes the score
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NCEA Level 1 Music (91094) 2013 — page 3 of 11 Question One cont’d Question Achievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with Excellence (d) (i) Notates a tenor-voice (g- octave) clef: (ii) Explains why the tenor clef is appropriate, eg: - the treble clef indicates notes that are too high for / cannot be sung by a male vocalist - the tenor clef indicates that the notes will be sung an octave lower than written. Other responses possible. (e) Makes a transcription, including: - treble and bass clefs in violin and cello parts - key signatures accurately notated in bass and treble clefs - no more than TWO incorrect pitches in the violin parts.
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