Minimalist Music Techniques - Metamorphosis, Note Addition and more!

A fun, engaging and differentiated resource to teach metamorphosis and note addition minimalist techniques, accommodating both non-music readers and the more advanced musician. This differentiated resources comes with a model example of the worksheets.

Includes a free bonus resource to consolidate understanding of metamorphosis, note addition and looping - “Which One is Which?”. Complete with answers.

Whether composing or listening, this is a proven resource that’s brilliant for getting to grips with minimalist techniques. Ideal for both KS3 and KS4.

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  • Inside-Minimalism---Metamorphosis-Task.pdf
  • Inside-Minimalism---Metamorphosis-Task-Example.pdf
  • Inside-Minimalism---Note-Addition-Task.pdf
  • Inside-Minimalism---Note-Addition-Task-Example.pdf
  • Miminalist-Techniques---Which-One-is-Which.pdf
  • Miminalist-Techniques---Which-One-is-Which-ANSWERS.pdf

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Created: Oct 29, 2020

Updated: Nov 2, 2020

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Inside-Minimalism---Metamorphosis-Task

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Inside-Minimalism---Metamorphosis-Task-Example

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Inside-Minimalism---Note-Addition-Task

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