Music at Sutton Grammar School
Learners must choose either Option A in both Components 1 and 2 orOption B in both Components 1 and 2. All learners must study Component 3.
Composing Option A:
Option B: Three compositions, one of which must reflect the musical techniques and conventions associated with the Western Classical Tradition and be in response to a brief set by WJEC. Learners will have a choice of four set briefs, released during the first week of September in the academic year in which the assessment is to be taken. The second composition must 35 reflect the musical characteristics of one different area of study (i.e. not the Western Classical Tradition) while the third composition is a free composition.
To study Music at A-level, you should have at least an A grade in GCSE Music and be able to play an instrument to roughly grade 5 standard and above (though you do not have to have taken the exams).
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Sutton Grammar School directly.