Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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2005 Guide Badge File - Music Group Badge


If you are a percussion player, you must know how to play at least three percussion instruments, one of which should be tuned percussion.

1) Play regularly in a pop group, orchestra or other music group for at least three months.

2) Perform three prepared pieces with the ensemble, lasting for a total of six to nine minutes.

3) Explain the role(s) of your particular instrument in your music group.

4) Name at least two other instruments found in your group and talk about how the instruments work together when performing.

5) Explain how the music you play can be written down.  This should cover:

* Stave, alphabetical or numerical written music

* Note values

* Time and key signatures

* Simple Italian terms and their meanings.

2014 (September) Guide Badges Download - Music Group Badge

If you are a percussion player, you must know how to play at least three percussion instruments, one of which should be tuned percussion.
1) Play regularly in a pop group, orchestra or other music group for at least three months.
2) Perform three prepared pieces with the ensemble, lasting for a total of six to nine minutes.
3) Explain the role(s) of your particular instrument in your music group.
4) Name at least two other instruments found in your group and talk about how the instruments work together when performing.
5) Explain how the music you play can be written down.  This should cover:
* Stave, alphabetical or numerical written music.
* note values.
* time and key signatures.
* simple Italian terms and their meanings.

2019 (July) Badge Finder - Music Group


If you are a percussion player, you must know how to play at least three percussion instruments, one of which should be tuned percussion.


1. Play regularly in a pop group, orchestra or other music group for at least three months.

2. Perform three prepared pieces with the ensemble, lasting for a total of six to nine minutes.

3. Explain the role(s) of your particular instrument in your music group.

4. Name at least two other instruments found in your group and talk about how the instruments work together when performing.

5. Explain how the music you play can be written down. This should cover:
• stave, alphabetical or numerical written music
• note values
• time and key signatures
• simple Italian terms and their meanings

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