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Composing Pop Music

HAEC Year 10
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Matt Gooch

on 29 September 2013

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Transcript of Composing Pop Music

Composing Pop Music
Lesson 3
Melody in Pop Songs
Lesson 4
Texture in Pop Songs
Lesson 2
Lesson 1
Structure in Pop Songs
Assessment Criteria
Lesson 5
Performance & Assessment
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Lesson 9
Lesson 10
M elody
R hythm

D ynamics

T exture
I nstrumentation
G enre/ Context
H armony
T onality
S tructure
Task 1
As a class we will compose a pop song exploring as many stereotypical features as possible
Firstly, lets look at the assessment criteria for GCSE composition...
W.A.L.T
Understand the basic features of a pop song
Learn to identify structural features
Be aware of the marking criteria for GCSE composition tasks
Harmony in Pop Songs
W.A.L.T
Recognise how harmony is used in pop song composition
To understand the basics of 'Diatonic' harmony
Write simple chord progressions for our pop song
Task 1
As a class we will compose a pop song exploring as many stereotypical features as possible
Today, we will write the chord progressions to use in our class pop song
What do we need to remember?
W.A.L.T
Understand how melodies are constructed
Learn technical language to describe melodic movement
Write melodic hooks for our pop song
Technical terms we need to know:
Conjunct
Disjunct
Triadic
Sequential
Inverted
Melismatic
Task 1
As a class we will compose a pop song exploring as many stereotypical features as possible
Today, we will write the melodies for each section of our pop song
What do we need to remember?
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