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Musicals

Musicals

A simple Q/A sheet relating to the Rhinegold Guide to GCSE Music (Edexcel). Perhaps suitable for cover work, or as a break from listening work sometimes. * PLEASE LEAVE A COUPLE OF WORDS OF FEEDBACK ONCE YOU'VE DOWNLOADED THIS RESOURCE. *
mangopiano
New Directions revision sheet

New Directions revision sheet

A 'fill in the blanks' worksheet - suitable for revision activity, cover work, etc. One paragraph on each of Serialism, Minimalism, Electronic and Experimental Music. * PLEASE LEAVE A COUPLE OF WORDS OF FEEDBACK ONCE YOU'VE DOWNLOADED THIS RESOURCE. *
mangopiano
Orchestral Music - An Introduction

Orchestral Music - An Introduction

Particularly for GCSE Music, but relevant elsewhere, an introduction to the four main periods of orchestral music, including information about how to tell the difference between them.
partist
Music Ground Bass Introductory Powerpoint

Music Ground Bass Introductory Powerpoint

An interactive powerpoint presentation that introduces the different ways in which a ground bass can be manipulated and adapted. Using Pachelbel's ground bass is provides tasks on diminution, augmentation inversion etc. A good resource for teaching Ground Bass structure to GCSE students.
Nadine1981
Guten Tag, Herr Bach

Guten Tag, Herr Bach

A cross-curricular resource for KS3, KS4 or KS5 German or Music about the life of Johann Sebastian Bach. Could be combined with a trip to see Bach’s B-Minor Mass performed live.
lauraintheholidays
Italian Opera for Children

Italian Opera for Children

A selection of ‘arie’ sung in Italian with simple outlines of the story of each opera and some simple information about Italian opera in general.
dsoggiu
Displays for the new Edexcel GCSE Course 2009+

Displays for the new Edexcel GCSE Course 2009+

These word documents can be used as displays for the new Edexcel GCSE Music syllabus (2009+). They describe each section of the course (performance, composition & listening exam) as well as the four areas of study.
gilberd