Interpret music personally with consistency of style, and an understanding of idiomatic performing conventions; make independent, critical judgements about their interpretation
Ask learners to evaluate their approach to the interpretation of pieces being studied, justifying musical decisions by referring to musical styles, conventions and personal feelings.
Explore alternative ways of interpreting the directions of the composer.
With learners, discuss the interpretations of others, possibly including professional performances and those of their peers, and compare them with their own.
Encourage learners to respond imaginatively to their own playing, and that of others, as performances unfold.
Encourage learners to explore alternative ways of interpreting pieces, taking into account their knowledge of genre and period, e.g. approaches to ornaments, cadences, phrasing and articulation, tone quality, etc.
Encourage learners to communicate their feelings, within their knowledge and understanding of the style, with more freedom, conviction and independence.
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