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Garageband / Improvisation 4/5 Week SOW KS3 Music *Mac Users Only*

Garageband / Improvisation 4/5 Week SOW KS3 Music *Mac Users Only*

Zip File Contains: 4/5 Week SOW for Garageband which ties in SMSC with Samba tracks. SMSC - Study of Brazil & Samba music. Students will develop Music Technology skills and knowledge of world music. Presentations, Gband files, worksheets etc included. Mac Users Only Not Windows Compatible.
lukehirst
GCSE Music 9-1 Composition: Differentiation Complete Set

GCSE Music 9-1 Composition: Differentiation Complete Set

The bundle contains all six of the popular 'Differentiation: Stretch and Support' resources. Each contains key features of each strand to stretch learners to the 7-9 criteria while supporting students who may need scaffolding to the 5. It is the responsibility to check through this resource and target it to specific students against their target grade and exam board specification. This resource has been tailored towards the new AQA GCSE 9-1 Specification.
Eddieball
GCSE Music 9-1 Composition: Timbre & Dynamics Differentiation

GCSE Music 9-1 Composition: Timbre & Dynamics Differentiation

The resource was designed to scaffold the students who are targeted 8/9 in Music however do not yet have a grasp of the compositional techniques to access this. This document contains two A5 differentiated sheet focusing on Timbre and Dynamics. It provides a STRETCH document to challenge the more able and provides questions to stimulate the compositional process. There is also a SUPPORT document which provides basics as well as techniques that can be applied independently. The STRETCH document provides four techniques: - Vocal Techniques - Tremolo - Crescendo and Diminuendo - Reverb The SUPPORT document has four sections on: - Choice of instruments - Changes in Guitar - Dynamics - Synthesiser You can preview some of these techniques and the information it contains. The full resource will be on page two of the document. It is the responsibility to check through this resource and target it to specific students against their target grade and exam board specification. This resource has been tailored towards the new AQA GCSE 9-1 Specification.
Eddieball
Complete Year 9 Music Course

Complete Year 9 Music Course

Over 30 lessons grouped in five topics: Dance Music, Minimalism, Latin Music, Romantic Music and Gospel, Blues, and Soul. Plenty of performing, composing and listening activities for the whole class, and full lesson plans and assessment sheets for the teacher.
chrisgillmusic
Romantic Music

Romantic Music

KS3 Scheme of Work – 6-8 lessons Objectives • To listen to music, particularly waltzes, in different genres by composers from the Romantic era (1830-1900) • To perform the accompaniment for a waltz on the keyboard • To compose a 16-bar waltz for piano, fitting the melody to chosen four-bar chord sequences Lesson Overview • Lesson 1: Romantic Music • Lesson 2: Oom-pah-pah • Lesson 3: A piano waltz • Lesson 4: An orchestral waltz • Lesson 5: An operatic waltz • Lesson 6: Listening to Programme Music • Lessons 7/8: Composing Programme Music Subject-specific vocabulary • Instruments of the symphony orchestra: violins, viola, ‘cello, double bass, harp, piccolo, flute, oboe, cor anglais, clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion • Romantic Composers: Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Johann Strauss jr, Grieg, Schubert, Berlioz, Wagner, Verdi • Musical Genres: piano music, orchestral music, ballet, opera Assessments • Listening – Romantic Music (Lesson 1) • Performing (keyboard) – ‘Oom-pah-pah’ accompaniment (Lesson 2) • Composing – 16-bar waltz (Lessons 3-6)
chrisgillmusic
Riff Composition BTEC

Riff Composition BTEC

A simple ppt outlining the different types of riffs and a composition task. Includes riff names and types and definitions. Asks as a good 'mock' for students composition work. Composition task is in similar styling to BTEC composition briefs where they will need to complete and idea and then return to the same idea in the next session to develop it further. The scenario uses 2 made up fictional Norwegian radio stations. Riff composition instructions are basic but students are given clear guidelines as to what is required of them. Works for both KS3 and KS4.
MattW23
Music Technology Glossary Booklet plus extras

Music Technology Glossary Booklet plus extras

Music Technology key words glossary booklet - very useful for KS3/4 and KS5 to remember those key words. Also included is an assessment structure for students to use as well as a model 'acceptable use' policy to commit students to when using technology.
lifemusic
Practice Exam Paper 1 for Pearson Edexcel GCSE Music (2016 Specification)

Practice Exam Paper 1 for Pearson Edexcel GCSE Music (2016 Specification)

This 44 page resource contains one complete practice paper and accompanying mark scheme for the Component 3: Appraising exam that students will sit as part of the assessment for the 2016 Pearson Edexcel GCSE Music (9-1) qualification. The questions in this paper are based upon the style and wording of those found in the sample assessment materials provided by the exam board so as to help prepare students as much as possible for their exam. This resource includes one complete practice paper and a comprehensive mark scheme to accompany each of the questions. The following breakdown provides a summary of the set works covered in each question: • Question 1: John Williams, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. • Question 2: Afro Celt Sound System, ‘Release’ from the album Release. • Question 3: Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, ‘Pathétique’, first movement. • Question 4: J. S. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, 3rd movement. • Question 5: ‘Defying Gravity’ from Wicked. • Question 6: Queen, ‘Killer Queen’ from the album Sheer Heart Attack. • Question 9: J. S. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, 3rd movement. The complete question paper is included within the teacher guide for reference, and a separate copy of the complete paper is available as a separate file which can be printed or for students. Audio files – Unfortunately, for reasons of copyright, this resource does not have an accompanying audio CD or sound files. However, full details of the recording used, and the timings required for each extract are given in this book to make it easy for teachers to compile their own audio CD. For the set work questions, the recording used is from the Pearson Anthology CD, meaning no additional purchase of material be necessary for the majority of questions. For question 8 and 9 (the unfamiliar listening questions), the recording has been selected as one that can be easily found and purchased as an MP3 download online at very low cost. For best results, you may wish to edit each extract and mix them onto a single recording with announcements at the beginning of each playing. If you purchase this resource, please leave a rating and feedback!
SeanYoung_Music
History of Recording

History of Recording

This presentation is aimed at Music Technology students who would benefit from a broad overview of the development of recording technologies from the 19th century onward. Reliable, legal, YouTube links provide excellent examples of the topics discussed and a practical research task, as well as embedded questions, provide opportunities for differentiated assessment.
MilesNottage