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GCSE D ANCE U NIT 1 W RITTEN P APER Specimen Paper 2009
1 (a) Describe a costume from work 1. 2 marks
1 (b) How does the choreographer use this costume in work 1? 3 marks
2 (a) What type of accompaniment is used in one of the professional dance works that you have studied? (1 mark)
2 (b) Give an example from the work that shows a relationship between the dance and the accompaniment. (2 marks)
2 (c) Explain two ways in which the choreographer uses accompaniment in the other professional dance work that you have studied. (2 marks)
3 (a) Choose and explain two of the following dance relationships. Unison, Canon, Complementary, Contrast. 4 marks
3 (b) Describe a moment, from one of the professional dance works that you have studied, where one of your chosen relationships occurs. (2 marks)
3 (c) Choose a different dance relationship that you used in choreography or performance in your practical work. How did this relationship fit the theme of the dance? (3 marks)
4 (a) Your solo composition task was based on three motifs from a selected work. Describe one of the motifs you learned. Use actions, dynamics and space in your answer 3 marks.
4 (b) Describe two ways that you developed this motif. (4 marks)
A climax is a structurally important moment in a dance. Describe a moment of climax in one of the professional dance works that you have studied. Refer to actions and dynamics. 4 marks
6 (a) Describe the physical setting of both professional dance works that you have studied. 4 marks
6 (b) Compare the way the physical setting is used in both professional dance works that you have studied. (8 marks)
6 (c) Choose one of the professional dance works that you have studied and explain how effective you think the use of physical setting is. (3 marks)
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