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Cambridge Pre-U Music embraces the creative, interpretative, historical and analytical aspects of the subject and tests learners' interpretative, comparative and critical thinking skills. A Personal Study allows learners to extend their skills through a challenging project of personal interest, choosing between a dissertation, advanced recital, free composition or music technology project.
The syllabus provides preparation for further study and an opportunity for learners to develop a range of skills, knowledge and understanding in music.
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