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Specialising in Music and Expressive Arts resources. 28 Years teaching experience and always developing new materials to engage students.

Specialising in Music and Expressive Arts resources. 28 Years teaching experience and always developing new materials to engage students.
A Level Musical Theatre Rodgers and Hammerstein SAMS
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A Level Musical Theatre Rodgers and Hammerstein SAMS

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This resource is suitable for WJEC, EDUQAS, AQA, EDEXCEL and contains: R&H typical musical style sheet TOP TIPS in answering exam questions sheet (with key terminology) 4 SAMS focusing on: Bali Ha’i The March of the Siamese Children The Farmer and The Cowman What’s The Use of Wond’rin’ Answers
Sea Shanties feat. The Wellerman, Leave Her Johnny, Drunken Sailor #shantytok
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Sea Shanties feat. The Wellerman, Leave Her Johnny, Drunken Sailor #shantytok

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In-house created resource, making the most of the tremendous following that sea shanties currently have on TikTok. Activities include: Singing Keyboard/instrumental performing Arranging with Chrome Music Lab Listening and historical background Songs are supported by YouTube, TikTok and Spotify links All sheet music provided for keybaord and instrumental performing Arranging with Chrome Music Lab supported by fun “collab” activities and clear explanations.
WJEC MUSIC New Set Work Anitra's Dance.
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WJEC MUSIC New Set Work Anitra's Dance.

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8 exam -style question papers to test students’ knowledge of Anitra’s Dance. Follows the WJEC style of questions in previous past papers. All mini mocks are out of 9 marks. Mark scheme is provided. Ideal for in-class use or for setting as homework. Each question has both Spotify and Youtube links, with timings. Set these questions ideally once ALL learning and knowledge has been done in class.
EDUQAS GCSE MUSIC SAMS - Area of Study 3 Film Music
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EDUQAS GCSE MUSIC SAMS - Area of Study 3 Film Music

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10 pieces of film music - questions all based on typical GCSE questions in exam paper. WE ARE ALL IN THE SAME POSITION THIS YEAR OF ONLY HAVING 2 PAST PAPERS TO DRAW OUR EVIDENCE FROM! This resource provides you with a great deal of evidence on which to base part of your centre assessed grade. Pieces include: Dances With Wolves Theme from The Mission Rupert Bear, from The English Patient Theme from Batman Snowpiercer X Men Apocalypse Theme from Godzilla Hatikvah (The Hope) from Munich A Fateful Meeting/Central Park, from King Kong Conan the Barbarian All the listening tests are designed to test varying abilities. The final question in some of the pieces tends to be an extended answer which will test the more able students. All questions are marked out of 12. There are a couple of different types of questions Filling in the blanks (melody and rhythm) and adding onto a score – pupils can listen 4 times to these questions, with a minute preparation time, 30 seconds in between playings and 3 minutes completion time at the end. Extended answer – pupils can listen 3 times with a 30 second gap in between playings and 6 minutes completion time at the end. General musicianship questions – pupils can listen 3 times to these questions with a 30 second pause between playings and 2 minutes completion time at the end. Please note that the answers to the extended writing questions are NOT exhaustive. All reasonable answers should be considered, so please use your professional judgement.
EDUQAS MUSIC New Set Work Bach Badinerie
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EDUQAS MUSIC New Set Work Bach Badinerie

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A series of 6 mock question papers based on the new set work, Bach Badinerie. For teaching in September 2020, first exam in 2022. All 6 papers are based on the typical format in EDUQAS and marked out of 12. Spotify and YouTube links are included, with answers.
WJEC As Level Musical Theatre - Cole Porter
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WJEC As Level Musical Theatre - Cole Porter

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This resource gives an overview of the work of Cole Porter. It discusses his characteristic musical style, with recommended works to focus on. Additionally, there are 4 SAMS, based on the types of questions that students will come across in their exam. Answers are provided at the end of the booklet (however these answers are not exhaustive). Featured Songs: Night and Day I Get A Kick Out Of You So In Love It’s Alright With Me
WJEC As Level Musical Theatre - Andrew Lloyd Webber
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WJEC As Level Musical Theatre - Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This resource gives an overview of the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber. It discusses his characteristic musical style, with recommended works to focus on. Additionally there are 4 SAMS, based on the type of questions that students will come across in their exam. A great deal of research has gone into creating these questions. Answers are provided at the end of the booklet, although these answers are by no means exhaustive. I know that all of the expert teachers out there will no doubt find extra answers to some of the questions I have set. Pieces include: Think of Me (from Phantom) Gethsemane (from Jesus Christ Superstar) Oh What A Circus (from Evita) Close Every Door (from Joseph) Screenshots included of extra musical extracts, for teaching purposes, if required.
WJEC GCSE MUSIC SAMS - AREA OF STUDY 3 FILM MUSIC
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WJEC GCSE MUSIC SAMS - AREA OF STUDY 3 FILM MUSIC

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This resource (originally written for EDUQAS) contains 10 pieces of film music. All questions are based on past paper questions. As it is based on EDUQAS, there are 12 marks per piece (WJEC awards 9 marks per question), however it has the benefit of extending the higher achievers. WE ARE ALL IN THE SAME POSITION THIS YEAR OF ONLY HAVING 2 PAST PAPERS ON WHICH TO BASE OUR EVIDENCE FOR CENTRE ASSESSED GRADES. This resource will help your judgements, certainly in Area of Study 3. Dances With Wolves Theme from The Mission Rupert Bear, from The English Patient Theme from Batman Snowpiercer X Men Apocalypse Theme from Godzilla Hatikvah (The Hope) from Munich A Fateful Meeting/Central Park, from King Kong Conan the Barbarian
EDUQAS MUSIC Film Music (Car chase/gangster) Composing Advice
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EDUQAS MUSIC Film Music (Car chase/gangster) Composing Advice

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This resource is intended to support teachers in preparing their pupils for the COMPONENT 2 part of the Music GCSE course. This resource provides ideas and advice for the FILM MUSIC option. It is however OPTIONAL, as pupils may only have to submit ONE composition this year. This year, the pupils are being asked to: COMPOSE CAR CHASE MUSIC FOR A GANGSTER FILM There are 2 elements that the pupils need to examine and learn about: CAR CHASE MUSIC GANGSTER MUSIC The secret to being successful is the way in which these 2 ideas are combined and integrated into one piece. The piece needs to be 2-3 minutes in length. This resource provides YouTube links for chase and gangster style music, as well as other tutorial videos.
EDUQAS GCSE Music SAMS Area of Study 2 Music For Ensemble
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EDUQAS GCSE Music SAMS Area of Study 2 Music For Ensemble

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10 pieces of Ensemble music - questions all based on typical GCSE questions in exam paper. WE ARE ALL IN THE SAME POSITION THIS YEAR OF ONLY HAVING 2 PAST PAPERS TO DRAW OUR EVIDENCE FROM! This resource provides you with a great deal of evidence on which to base part of your centre assessed grade. Pieces include: String Quartet Op 76, No 3 (2nd movt) – Haydn The Last Night of the World – Schonberg Jazz Ensemble Alexander Hamilton – opening number Seasons of Love Beethoven chamber music Swing Low Sweet Chariot – BB King Hallelujah Chorus Ar Hyd Y Nos – welsh folk Defying Gravity - musical All the listening tests are designed to test varying abilities. The final question in some of the pieces tends to be an extended answer which will test the more able students. All questions are marked out of 12. There are a couple of different types of questions Filling in the blanks (melody and rhythm) and adding onto a score – pupils can listen 4 times to these questions, with a minute preparation time, 30 seconds in between playings and 3 minutes completion time at the end. Extended answer – pupils can listen 3 times with a 30 second gap in between playings and 6 minutes completion time at the end. General musicianship questions – pupils can listen 3 times to these questions with a 30 second pause between playings and 2 minutes completion time at the end. Please note that the answers to the extended writing questions are NOT exhaustive. All reasonable answers should be considered, so please use your professional judgement.
Snowpiercer and A study of Minimalism in Music
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Snowpiercer and A study of Minimalism in Music

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Snowpiercer - a study of Minimalism. Lots of Year 9 pupils might be watching Snowpiercer on Netflix even though it’s a 15+. Knowing the series, the title of the learning scheme may pique their interest!! It is suitable in terms of ability for Years 8 and 9 I think. All of this work can be used for remote learning, tweaked in the way you want (telling them where to upload their work etc) and focuses on: listening and analysing minimalist music performing a minimalist piece (Metamorphosis) on Chrome Music Lab shared piano (in 4s or 2s), Arranging a piece of minimalism on Chrome Music Lab (in collaboration - I have started 2 pieces for them), Composing their own train themes, Fact files and Further listening. No need for any other music platforms apart from Chrome Music Lab. All free as long as pupils have a computer! It does not just focus on Snowpiercer. as there is work in there by other composers, but the title is aimed at pupil engagement in these difficult times.
EDUQAS As Level Musical Theatre - Andrew Lloyd Webber
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EDUQAS As Level Musical Theatre - Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This resource gives an overview of the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber. It discusses his characteristic musical style, with recommended works to focus on. Additionally there are 4 SAMS, based on the type of questions that students will come across in their exam. Answers are provided at the end of the booklet, although these answers are by no means exhaustive. I know that all you talented musicians out there will find extra answers to the questions. Pieces include: Think of Me (from Phantom) Gethsemane (from Jesus Christ Superstar) Oh What A Circus (from Evita) Close Every Door (from Joseph) Screenshots included of extra musical extracts, for teaching purposes, if required.
EDUQAS GCSE MUSIC  Area OF Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices
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EDUQAS GCSE MUSIC Area OF Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices

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The resource is designed to provide evidence of pupil work in Area of Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices. Each question is worth 12 marks, as in the EDUQAS exam paper. There are 7 questions in total, covering the different forms examined. Bach – Minuet in G major BMV Anh 114 Music for the Royal Fireworks - Minuet 1, Handel March in D (from Anna Magdalena Notebook) – Bach Andante from Surprise Symphony - Haydn Trepak, from The Nutcracker - Tchaikovsky The Fairy Queen – Purcell Prelude to L’Arlesienne - Bizet
KS3 MUSIC - Minecraft - An Expressive Arts Scheme of Learning
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KS3 MUSIC - Minecraft - An Expressive Arts Scheme of Learning

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This scheme of learning (aimed at Year 7 or 8) focuses on Media, Art, Music and Drama. There are units of work for each of the disciplines which can be looked at in isolation, or as a whole unit and blended together. It is designed so that an expressive arts teacher can teach any of the disciplines. the Scheme of Learning is supported by a 35 slide powerpoint with YouTube links and attractive visuals. Learning objectives for each subject area include: MEDIA • Analyse cover art & logo for Minecraft • Creatively design a new logo for Minecraft • Learn the type of content needed for a instructional leaflet • Create an instructional leaflet/pamphlet/magazine cover/artwork ART • Understand and be able to explain WHAT pixel art is • Create (or re-create) their own piece of pixel art MUSIC • Listen to different Minecraft themes • Analyse the music using MAD T SHIRTS • Perform a Minecraft theme • Watch a short clip from Minecraft and verbalise the type of music that would be playing • Compose own Minecraft theme DRAMA • Rehearse the Minecraft Ending dialogue. Choose which section to rehearse. • Add in FREEZE FRAMES, SYNCHRONISED MOVEMENT, FACIAL EXPRESSION, SLO-MO, SYMBOLISM • Re-write your own version of the ending dialogue (devising) • Creating a rap for the end narrative or a particular Minecraft character – imagine and research
WJEC GCSE MUSIC SAMS Area of Study 2 Music for Ensemble
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WJEC GCSE MUSIC SAMS Area of Study 2 Music for Ensemble

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This resource (originally written for EDUQAS) contains 10 pieces of film music. All questions are based on past paper questions. As it is based on EDUQAS, there are 12 marks per piece (WJEC awards 9 marks per question), however it has the benefit of extending the higher achievers. WE ARE ALL IN THE SAME POSITION THIS YEAR OF ONLY HAVING 2 PAST PAPERS ON WHICH TO BASE OUR EVIDENCE FOR CENTRE ASSESSED GRADES. This resource will help your judgements, certainly in Area of Study 2. String Quartet Op 76, No 3 (2nd movt) – Haydn The Last Night of the World – Schonberg Jazz Ensemble Alexander Hamilton – opening number Seasons of Love Beethoven chamber music Swing Low Sweet Chariot – BB King Hallelujah Chorus Ar Hyd Y Nos – welsh folk Defying Gravity - musical
WJEC GCSE MUSIC Area of Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices
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WJEC GCSE MUSIC Area of Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices

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This resource is designed to provide extra evidence of pupil achievement in Area of Study 1 - Musical Forms and Devices. Originally designed for EDUQAS, each question is worth 12 marks - WJEC is worth 9 marks each, so some adjustments might need to be made Bach – Minuet in G major BMV Anh 114 Music for the Royal Fireworks - Minuet 1, Handel March in D (from Anna Magdalena Notebook) – Bach Andante from Surprise Symphony - Haydn Trepak, from The Nutcracker - Tchaikovsky The Fairy Queen – Purcell Prelude to L’Arlesienne - Bizet
Film Music Composing for Years 7 and 8 - Mickey Mousing
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Film Music Composing for Years 7 and 8 - Mickey Mousing

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All composing tasks are designed to support Years 7 and 8 in developing composing skills when composing for FILM. They all follow roughly the same lesson plan. FILM SCENES Big Hero 6 A Fox Tale (Oriental influence) – watch up to the end of the magic pool (1’22 exactly) Cinderella The Power of Teamwork (3 video clips) Despicable Me (Egyptian influence) The tasks are designed to last for 2 hours. The pupils can achieve great outcomes after one hour, however you won’t have the chance to listen to them all in one hour. Pupils usually are more successful if they work in pairs, unless of course you have a gifted keyboard player who is able to work independently. All the film scenes have a specific set of musical ingredients which can effectively be used for that particular mood and style.