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Music Resources for KS3, KS4 and KS5

Music Resources for KS3, KS4 and KS5
AQA GCSE Music Booklet Bundle
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AQA GCSE Music Booklet Bundle

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19 complete individual booklets on all areas of study. Each booklet has information and context features of each genre, composition tasks, performance pieces, practice exam style questions and a wider listening checklist. So much core information within booklets that this could be delivered by a non-specialist! AoS1: The Coronation Anthems and Oratorios of Handel Classical Music of Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven Romantic Piano Music of Chopin and Schumann The Romantic Requiem (Verdi and Faure) AOS2: The Music of Broadway Rock Music of the 70s and 80s Film and Computer Game Music Popular Music of the 90s to present AOS3: The Blues African Fusion (Paul Simon) Caribbean Fusion (Reggae) Contemporary Latin Music (Santana and Buena Vista Social Club) Contemporary Folk Music AOS4: The Orchestral Music of Aaron Copland The British Music of Taverner, Arnold, Britten and Maxwell-Davies The Hungarian Music of Kodaly and Bartok Minimalism (Reich, Riley and Adams) As well as revision cards of the conventions of each genre.
AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 4
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AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 4

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Booklets for AQA GCSE Music Area of Study 3: Western Classical from 1910 Four separate booklets Topics: Aaron Copland British Music (Maxwell-Davies, Taverner, Britten and Arnold) Hungarian Music (Kodaly and Bartok) Minimalism (Riley, Reich, Adams) Includes Information Composition activities Performance pieces Practice exam questions Wider listening checklist
Video Games and Compositional Devices Scheme of Work
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Video Games and Compositional Devices Scheme of Work

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Six lessons worth of video game music (possibly more as based on 100 minute lessons). There is a focus on compositional devices in a video game setting, with the end product being a video game composition. Lesson 1 - Intro to video game music, consoles through time, keyboard skills Lesson 2 - Fanfares in video games, composing a fanfare Lesson 3 - Ostinatos Lesson 4 - Call and Response and Sequences Lesson 5 - Listening Assessment and composition Lesson 6 - Composition assessment Resource package has all PowerPoints, worksheets and sheet music
GCSE Music - Musical Elements
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GCSE Music - Musical Elements

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Can be used in the classroom or as homelearning. Applicable to all GCSE music exam boards. Powerpoints with information of all key words on the following elements: Dynamics Harmony Melody Metre Rhythm Sonority/Timbre/Effects Structure Tempo Texture Tonality
AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 3
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AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 3

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Booklets for AQA GCSE Music Area of Study 3: Traditional Music Topics: The Blues African Fusion Caribbean Fusion (Reggae) Contemporary Latin Contemporary Folk Music Includes: Information Composition activities Performance pieces Practice exam questions Wider listening checklist
AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 2
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AQA GCSE Music Workbooks: Area of Study 2

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Booklets for AQA GCSE Music Area of Study 2: Popular Music Five separate booklets Topics: Key terminology for AoS2 Broadway Rock music of the 70s and 80s Film and computer game music Pop music Includes: Information Composition activities Performance pieces Practice exam questions Wider listening checklist
Music Styles and Music Tech workbook
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Music Styles and Music Tech workbook

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Designed for the RSL Music Practitioners course. Can be used as a two-year course booklet or lots of stand-alone worksheets. Suitable for cover. Includes research tasks, listening tasks, contextual history, fill the blanks, composition planning and directed tasks. Topics include: Instruments, Elements of Music, Functions of a DAW, Blues, Jazz, Rock n Roll, 50s Record Companies, Soul, Reggae, Rock, Punk, Pop-Punk, New Wave, 80s Synth Pop, Grunge, Hip-Hop, Rap, Latin Pop, Contemporary Folk, Indie Rock, RnB, 90s House Music, Progressive House, Tropical House, Garage, Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Electronica, Eurodance, Pop, Boybands and Girlbands, Grime, Synths Through Time, Drum Machines Through Time, Samplers Through Time, Guitar Techniques and Effects, Mixing Desks, Mixing Music (Filters, EQ), Recording and Distribution, Preparing Equipment in Recording Sessions, Microphone Types, Polar Patterns, Recording Vocals, Microphone Placement (Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Piano, Drums), Planning a Recording Session.
African Music - Homelearning/Cover
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African Music - Homelearning/Cover

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This resource can be used with no equipment, especially useful for homelearning or in a non-specialist classroom. There are a few lessons covering African Instruments and key words.