I just started a primephonic subscription and saw that the service has a built-in playlist named "Listening for GCSE" with the following description:
The classical component of GCSE music brings a rich listening experience, broad and varied, from Handel's oratorios to Copland's Hoe Down to composers of our day like Steve Reich and John Adams.
There is no additional info on the playlist I can find that gives any clues as to the meaning.
Web searches for GCSE all point to "General Certificate of Secondary Education". Is this the same "GCSE"? What else could the playlist be referring to, or what does the music from Handel, Copland, and Reich have to do with the GCSE test?