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A Trip To The Movies Part Three - Moods and Motifs
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A Trip To The Movies Part Three - Moods and Motifs

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This video and worksheet resources has been designed specifically for remote learning! In Part Three of the series, we get into some detail with the use of film music, specifically how motifs and letimotifs are used tio reflect time, place, character and mood. We take in John Williams, Alan Silvestri, and a whole bunch of different film themes! As ever, it is designed to be accessible and concise, and is perfect for your year 7s and 8s working at home. I used this with Year 8 during the 2020 lockdown, and it worked brilliantly! I hope you enjoy it. Dan
Beatles 2-Mark Question Buster - AQA GCSE Music Revision
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Beatles 2-Mark Question Buster - AQA GCSE Music Revision

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For the first time, AQA GCSE Music students are faced with the ‘extended response’ which can be out of the comfort zone for both them and teachers alike. The 2-mark questions rely on student’s general knowledge of the background to The Beatles Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band, plus some details on instrumentation, elements and use of technology. This video resources combines all of the intel from the specimen material and condenses it into an accessible and compartmentalised format, to make the teaching, learning, understanding, and crucially revision that much easier!
AQA GCSE Music Exam Buster: Hadyn's Clock 8-Mark Question Buster
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AQA GCSE Music Exam Buster: Hadyn's Clock 8-Mark Question Buster

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For the first time, AQA GCSE Music students are faced with the ‘extended response’ which can be out of the comfort zone for both them and teachers alike. The 8-mark question relies upon student memory and preparedness to address the wider issues of the musical elements in the second movement of Haydn’s Clock Symphony This video resources combines all of the intel from the specimen material and condenses it into an accessible and compartmentalised format, to make the teaching, learning, understanding, and crucially revision that much easier! Includes ‘Simple Mark Getters’ - easy to memorise points for panicking students!
A Trip To The Movies Part One - Early Film Music
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A Trip To The Movies Part One - Early Film Music

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This video and worksheet resources has been designed specifically for remote learning! In Part One, there is an introduction to how early film music developed, and questions linked to that information. It’s concise and acccessible so that your students won’t feel overwhelmed. I used this with Year 8 during the 2020 lockdown, and it worked brilliantly! I hope you enjoy it. Dan
AQA GCSE Music Exam Buster: I Say, You Say - Harmony
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AQA GCSE Music Exam Buster: I Say, You Say - Harmony

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‘I Say You Say’ are videos aimed to tackle the tricky language of the AQA Listening and Appraising exam head-on. Foster that knowledge and understanding in your students’ minds in a fun and accessible way - perfect for a classroom task, a computer / cover lesson and homework. This takes on the most common terms and concepts associated with Harmony,including practical and aural examples of harmony in action. Brought to you by BarronimoMusic - 21st Century music education resources to make your classroom buzz!
AQA Music Exam Buster - Genre Questions Video 1 - Blues, R&B, Rock'n'Roll
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AQA Music Exam Buster - Genre Questions Video 1 - Blues, R&B, Rock'n'Roll

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The new AQA GCSE Exam has a new type of question - the Genre question. These test students on their general knowledge of the main Areas of Study in relation to their characteristics in music elements. To help your students get to grips with these, try this video - the Genre Question Exam Buster. Three styles of music, all broken down into their musical elements using the knowledge and language required by the Exam. This covers: Blues, R&B and Rock ‘n’ Roll.
AQA Exam Busters - Genre Question - Traditional Music- Reggae, Latin and Folk
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AQA Exam Busters - Genre Question - Traditional Music- Reggae, Latin and Folk

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The new AQA GCSE Exam has a new type of question - the Genre question. These test students on their general knowledge of the main Areas of Study in relation to their characteristics in music elements. To help your students get to grips with these, try this video - the Genre Question Exam Buster. Three styles of music, all broken down into their musical elements using the knowledge and language required by the Exam. This videos deals with Traditional music: Reggae, the various Latin Styles and Contemporary British Folk.
Since You Been Gone Analysis Video EDUQAS GCSE
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Since You Been Gone Analysis Video EDUQAS GCSE

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This tried-and-tested resource takes the listener through every section of Since You Been Gone by Rainbow, giving a deep-dive musical analysis into the use of the elements. There’s also focus on the keywords and definitions, all in an easy and accessible method. Also included is the ‘Listen-A-Long’ where students can watch the score at the same time as listening to it!
AQA GCSE Exam Buster - I Say You  Say: Tonality
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AQA GCSE Exam Buster - I Say You Say: Tonality

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‘I Say You Say’ are videos aimed to tackle the tricky language of the AQA Listening and Appraising exam head-on. Foster that knowledge and understanding in your students’ minds in a fun and accessible way - perfect for a classroom task, a computer / cover lesson and homework.
AQA GCSE MUSIC Exam Buster: I Say, You Say - Melody
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AQA GCSE MUSIC Exam Buster: I Say, You Say - Melody

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For KS4 students studying AQA GCSE Music… this resources is the first in series of videos that tackles the language of the new spec exam head on, in a fun and accessible way. Foster that tricky knowledge and understanding in your students’ minds! Perfect for classroom revision and homework.
AQA Exam Buster - Breaking Down The Classical Styles
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AQA Exam Buster - Breaking Down The Classical Styles

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The new AQA GCSE Exam has a new type of question - the Genre question. These test students on their general knowledge of the main Areas of Study in relation to their characteristics in music elements. To help your students get to grips with these, try this video - the Genre Question Exam Buster. Three styles of music, all broken down into their musical elements using the knowledge and language required by the Exam. This video is a huge one - broken down into four digestible parts! It covers the entire Western Classical syllabus of the spec, and breaks them down into accessible components of musical elements, together with audio and visual excerpts to illustrate the points. At 37 minutes, this activity can be broken down over many lessons and multiple homework assignments. A must-have!
AQA Music Exam Buster - I Say, You Say - Rhythm
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AQA Music Exam Buster - I Say, You Say - Rhythm

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‘I Say You Say’ are videos aimed to tackle the tricky language of the AQA Listening and Appraising exam head-on. Foster that knowledge and understanding in your students’ minds in a fun and accessible way - perfect for a classroom task, a computer / cover lesson and homework.
AQA GCSE Music Exam Busting - Haydn's Clock - 2 Mark Question Buster
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AQA GCSE Music Exam Busting - Haydn's Clock - 2 Mark Question Buster

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If you looking for a way to instill that crucial knowledge about the new AQA exam Section B on Haydn’s Clock Symphony, look no further than the 2-Mark Question Exam Buster! This video will cover the knowledge that has been shown to be vital in all of the Specimen Papers, and focused largely on actual exam technique, drilling down into the right language to use, and how to use it. Your students will gain an understanding of the historical context, the layout and make-up of the orchestra and information on transposing instruments.
A Trip To The Movies Part 2 - Enter The Mouse!
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A Trip To The Movies Part 2 - Enter The Mouse!

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This video and worksheet resources has been designed specifically for remote learning! In Part Two, we take a look at how sound and music developed in films throughout the 20th Century, taking in clips from The Jazz Singer, Walt Disney’s invention of ‘Mickey-Mousing’ and the development of underscoring. It’s concise and accessible and perfect for your year 7 or 8 students studying at home - w=ith simple questions to recall the learning in the accompanying worksheet. I used this with Year 8 during the 2020 lockdown, and it worked brilliantly! I hope you enjoy it. Dan
EDUQAS GCSE Music - Barronimo's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Mv IV Complete Analysis
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EDUQAS GCSE Music - Barronimo's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Mv IV Complete Analysis

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This video resource contains a complete analysis of Mozart’s Einen Kleine Machtmusik (Mv IV) to prepare students for the set work question on the Listening and Analysis exam. This accessible and entertaining resource starts from the position of a student with no interest or experience in this style, and slowly builds up knowledge and confidence. The video structure features: An overview of the movement, within the context of the whole suite. A breakdown of the instruments used and clefs. ‘Big Picture’ information on the structure and musical elements Intrinsic and detailed insight into the specifics of the musical elements, including melodic and rhythmic devices, articulations, dynamics, harmony, tonality and structure.
EDUQAS Composition - Gangster Car Chase Music Using Logic Pro X - Mini Bundle p1
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EDUQAS Composition - Gangster Car Chase Music Using Logic Pro X - Mini Bundle p1

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These video resources with worksheet takes your students through the process of planning and creating the 2020 EDUQAS Gangster Car Chase from scratch. For anyone not wanting the entire resource pack, I’m offering them in smaller chunks, which might be a little more manageable both to deliver and for students to receive! Mini Pack one contain: the task introduction including planning and research. an overview of the composition track, ideas on how to select and sequence exciting percussion ostinatos. tips on adding weight, depth and excitement through use of FX.
Pachelbel's Canon and the Bass Clef - a video lesson
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Pachelbel's Canon and the Bass Clef - a video lesson

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Lockdown 2020 brought new challenges for us music teachers! I dedicated myself to making the best online resources I possibly could, and I proud and pleased to be able to share this tried and tested resource. What’s in it? My video lesson, which covers objectives, success criteria, introduction of key words bass and ground bass, a recap on the treble clef, introduction of the bass clef and a walk-through of the ground bass of Pachelbel’s Canon (transposed to C for ease of learning), including a simple way to play it. A PDF worksheet connected to the video lesson A link to my Google Quiz on this lesson, which means you can set on your Google Classroom and mark and monitor remotely. I hope you enjoy my resource! Please check my TES page for tons more!
EDUQAS Composition - Starting Gangster Car Chase Music Using Logic Pro X
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EDUQAS Composition - Starting Gangster Car Chase Music Using Logic Pro X

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***UPDATE! Anyone who buys this resource can receive ALL my future Gangster Car Chase composition videos for FREE! *** I always think the best way to teach composition is to compose the same thing yourself! So, that’s what I did and these 13 videos outline the process, including: how to plan for the brief a track overview how to sequence effective drums, bass, strings, brass and more how to approach ostinatos, drones, clusters, expanded chord voicing and inversions how to orchestrate and use articulations advanced use of FX Genre specific music theory how to make an authentic and professional sounding music. Plus hints, tips and shortcuts! This is a MASSIVE resource!
The Draw-A-Keyboard Tango!
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The Draw-A-Keyboard Tango!

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If, like me, you REFUSE TO DRAW THE LETTERS ON THE KEYBOARD… then look no further - the Draw-A-Keyboard Tango is here! This is my go-to cover lesson, homework, Do Now and remote learning resource. I tend to run it multiple times to aid memory, and turn it into a class competition - who can get 8 marks out of 8? So, what do you get? My Draw-A-Keyboard Tango video An instrumental version without my singing The Draw-A-Keyboard worksheet with mark scheme AND three pages of notation questions for your cover lessons. NEW FOR LOCKDOWN - a link to the Draw-A-Keyboard Online, using Google Drawing - you can set this on your Google Classroom and give your feedback! I hope you enjoy the Draw A Keyboard challenge… or, I hope the students get 8 out of 8 quickly so they don’t have to hear it ever again.