In KS3 music you'll look at many different aspects of music. Music is everywhere - in shops, on the television, in films, on radios and in many other places besides. This quiz focuses particularly on music used in the media.
Music is used extensively in the media. In films it is used to add atmosphere - horror films often feature 'spooky' discordant music and 'feel-good' films will have upbeat music. Television programmes use music in a similar way and TV channels may have their own musical 'jingle'. One of the most common uses of music in the media is in advertising. Most commercials feature a song, often a well-known popular piece of music.
A famous quote from John Lennon; "I don't know which will go first - rock 'n' roll or Christianity." We can't answer John's query yet as both Christianity and rock 'n' roll are still here - and so is music in the media. Try this quiz to see how much you know about the subject.
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