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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk-FULL LESSON
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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk-FULL LESSON

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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part seven in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Soul, Funk and Disco music and its important artists. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet on Soul Music REVISION- written task on Stax and Motown Records POSTER- A3 poster on Soul music artists and Stax and Motown Records AUDIO – Example of the Leslie Speaker used in lots of Funk/Soul music Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in 1970s Music-Soul, Disco and Funk ** Lesson Recap (Part six - Reggae) Outline and important elements of Soul Music Stax and Atlantic Records Motown Records Typical “Stax Sound” – Sam and Dave ‘Soul Man’ Listening Skills Outline of Funk Music The Leslie Speaker Audio example of Leslie Speaker Outline of Disco Music and important Artists Use of Wall of Sound Technique in recordings from this time
1950's Music: Rock'n'Roll & Rockabilly-FULL LESSON
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1950's Music: Rock'n'Roll & Rockabilly-FULL LESSON

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1950’s Music: Rock’n’Roll-&-Rockabilly This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part three in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the rise of teen culture in 1950s America and the Baby Boomer Generation, the development of the electric guitar in pop music and how Rock ‘n’ Roll became the main style of popular music at that time. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheets (two homework/research tasks) Listening Exercise worksheet with Teacher ANSWER sheet REVISION- Rock n Roll: Terminology & Vocabulary REVISION- Recommended Listening - Artists and Songs Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1950’s Music: Rock’n’Roll-&-Rockabilly Lesson Recap (Part one/two) The Baby Boomer Generation and rise of Teen/Youth culture The development of Rhythm and Blue with Blues Music How the Electric Guitar became the main instrument of the music Rockabilly music genre The Bo Diddley Beat and this rhythm is still used today The birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll music, and the genres that influenced it (Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Blues, Gospel and Country) First Rock song – Rock Around the Clock Rock ‘n’ Roll recording techniques Slap-Back Echo in Rock Music
1980-90s Music: HipHop and Rap - FULL LESSON
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1980-90s Music: HipHop and Rap - FULL LESSON

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** 1980-90s Music- HipHop and Rap** This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part nine in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Indie Rock and New Wave Music genres. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet – Part 1 Classroom Worksheet – Part 2 REVISION– Introduction to HipHop – Part 1 REVISION– Outline and history of HipHop and Rap – Part 2 Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1980-90s Music- HipHop and Rap Origins of Rap – Jamaican Dance-hall and “Toasting” Hip-Hop begins in the Bronx, New York Overview of Rap Performance and Arrangement The Tricks of Rap Main Artists Technological Influences Equipment Used Technology and Production Gangsta Rap and Pop Rap Outline of Hip-Hop
Pre-1950's: Blues, Jazz-Cool & Be-Bop-FULL LESSON
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Pre-1950's: Blues, Jazz-Cool & Be-Bop-FULL LESSON

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Pre-1950’s: Blues, Jazz - Cool & Be-Bop This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part two in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the early development of the Popular Music, recapping Tin-Pan-Ally, Ragtime and Swings genres from the last lesson. It then covers the development of Jazz music, Cool Jazz and the Birth and development of Blue music. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheets Music examples needed for this lecture REVISION-History of Jazz Music REVISION-History of Blue Music MP3 - Boogie-Woogie Bass Line (Audio Example) MIDI - Boogie-Woogie Bass Line (Audio Example) SCORE – Music Notation - Boogie-Woogie Bass Line (Audio Example) Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in Pre1950s: Blues, Jazz and Be-Bop Lesson Recap (Part one) Swing’s development into Bebop Jazz Dissonance used in Jazz Music Artist and Music examples (linked with resources) Cool Jazz genre Birth of Blues Music Blues Music Structure Blues and Boogie-Woogie Music styles Follow-up classroom tasks and exercises
1970-80-90s Music-Indie Rock and New Wave - FULL LESSON
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1970-80-90s Music-Indie Rock and New Wave - FULL LESSON

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** 1970-80-90s Music-Indie Rock and New Wave** This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part nine in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Indie Rock and New Wave Music genres. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) HOMEWORK– written worksheet on Indie Music and important Record Labels POSTER – Full A3 posted covering Indie Rock and artists Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) 1970-80-90s Music-Indie Rock and New-Wave Major/Independent Record Labels The BIG 4 Record Labels currently Independent Charts History of Factory Record – Manchester Factory Record – Happy Mondays and ‘Mad’chester genres History of Rough Trade – London Important follow on genre to form Indie Rock and New-Wave
1960s Music: Psychedelic Rock-FULL LESSON
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1960s Music: Psychedelic Rock-FULL LESSON

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1960s Music: Psychedelic Rock This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part five in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the rise of Psychedelic rock music and its strong connections with psychedelic drugs throughout the 1960s. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with full ANSWER SHEET for teachers) REVISION- Recommended Listening - Artists and Songs Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1960s Music: Psychedelic Rock Lesson Recap (Part four) Lesson Aims and Objectives The birth of Psychedelic rock in 1960s culture Woodstock Festive and it importance The Cold War and other major events of the time UK and USA leading artists throughout this period Psychedelic rock and The Beatles Characteristics of this genre Recording Techniques of the time and ‘The Wall of Sound’ technique
Music Production eBooks-BUNDLE
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Music Production eBooks-BUNDLE

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Music Production eBooks This fantastic bundle a great collection of guides for teaching and learning Music studio recording and production. An excellent tool for research, revision and to support learning with any studio or production lesson. Moreover, a lifelong tool to reference and develop production skills. Items Included: Common Studio FXs Glossary of Music Technology Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology What is covered?.. BOOK ONE: Common Studio FXs: This e-book offers detailed information regarding Audio Compression, EQ, Reverb and Noise Gates. Compression: What is Dynamic Range and why we need to control it. Threshold control and what it does Ratio and the amount of compression Gain and the Output Level Attack, Release and Auto controls on an Audio Compressor Knee and how it works Peak and RMS settings What is Side Chaining? De-essing and how to use Ducking FX and how to use Parallel Compression and the New York Mix technique Link to FREE TUTORIAL VIDEO on compression EQ and Controlling Frequency: How is EQ used in Live and Studio settings The Frequency/Audio Spectrum Human Hearing bands Parametric EQ and how it works Graphic EQ and how it works Different types of EQ Filters Reverb and adding “Space” to a Mix: What is Reverb and how does it work? Early Reflections explained When to add Reverb The many types of Reverb Spring and Plate Reverse Reverb Hall Reverb Reverb Control Parameters Noise Gates: What is an Audio Noise Gate? Noise Gate Parameters Side Chaining with Gates BOOK TWO: Glossary of Music Technology: This e-book and PowerPoint presentation cover a wide range of terms and vocabulary for Music and Music Technology. The list is extensive and with great detail on a full list of useful terms, each with an easy and straightforward definition. This Resource would be really useful for any student or teacher working within a Music or Music Technology department, but also extremely valuable and convenient for home/self-study revision. The e-Book also comes in the form of a PowerPoint presentation, allowing it to be used along side other resources within a lesson. BOOK THREE: Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology: This really useful infographic, covers the full range of Popular Music and Music Technology from easily pre-1920’s all the way to the modern day. This resource would be a really useful addition to student’s studying popular Music and Music Technology History. BONUS! – Common Record Techniques This guide to Common Recording Techniques will help you record all instruments to a higher and more professional standard. Giving you all the skills you need. If you don’t get the recording perfect then no-matter what you do at the mixing stage it will sound bad. This guide will help you better understand the basics of recording to ensure you get a top quality sound. Covered in ‘Common Recording Techniques’; Audio chain, following the patch of the sound Dynamic microphones Condenser microphones How to record drums Recording Bass and Electric guitars Getting a better sound for acoustic guitars How to mic a piano Recording vocals Important words to remember when recording
FREE Name the Song/Band Music QUIZ
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FREE Name the Song/Band Music QUIZ

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FREE Name the Song/Band Music QUIZ A great end of term activity or a beginning of the year engaging quiz to get students talking and to break the ice at the start of a new academic year. The quiz is focused upon popular song Titles and Bands/Artists from a wide range of popular musical genres and with appealing cryptic clues that will get the class thinking logically. Comes with an answer sheet for teachers/staff and can be completed all together or broken into a separate quizzes, making great value for money. If you would like more quizzes like this, please look at “Guess the Band Quiz” resource. In this package: Name the Song Emoji Quiz 1 – 16 questions Name the Song Emoji Quiz 1 – Answers
Elements of Music-INFOGRAPHIC
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Elements of Music-INFOGRAPHIC

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Elements of Music-INFOGRAPHIC This really useful infographic, covers the key areas music is comprised of and made from. This resource would be a really useful addition to student’s studying music composition, Arranging and Listening Skills. The resource comes as HD pictures, ready for printing, a HD eBook and a compressed, small file eBook, great for saving to mobile devices for revision and study. In this package: HD – High Quality eBook Compressed, small file eBook (used for student revision) HD - .png images You may also be interested in some of our other learning resources. Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology (Full time of Music and Technology Infographic and eBook) World Music Map – INFOGRAPHIC (Traditional and indigenous music from around the globe. All music genres come with musical examples to support and aid in learning.) History of Popular Music Styles – 12 Full Lessons (a MASSIVE! Bundle that covers the history or popular music from pre-1950s to modern day). Music Technology Posters – 10 Posters (10 really useful Music Technology posters covering a wide range of audio production FXs and techniques. Many of the Posters also come with accompanying video tutorials to be used along side in class and for student revision.).
History of Video Game and Music-BUNDLE
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History of Video Game and Music-BUNDLE

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History of Video Game and Music-Massive Interactive Lesson Bundle This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of Video Game history and the development of music for consoles and games. It covers from very early Pre First Generation all the way through to the modern, latest 8th Generation consoles and games. The material in this resources would easily cover 4 to 5 lessons over roughly 5 or 6 weeks.
1970s Music: Punk Rock - FULL LESSON
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1970s Music: Punk Rock - FULL LESSON

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** 1970s Music: Punk Rock ** This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part eight in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Punk Rock and its later developments into genres like New-Wave, Indie and Alternative Rock. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet on Punk Music Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in 1970s Music: Punk Rock ** Lesson Recap (Part seven – Soul, Funk and Disco) Outline of 1970’s Britain and the birth of the Punk movement The part of the guitar in Punk music Punk Artists and Stylistic aspects of the music Punk’s later developments and Sub-gerens
World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES
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World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES

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World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES This really useful infographic, covers a wide range of traditional and indigenous music from around the globe. All music genres listed come with musical examples to support the resource and aid in learning. It would provide an excellent addition to any lesson on World Music styles, for example the BTEC Level 3 “Unit 36 Studying Music from Around the World”. The resource comes as HD picture, ready for printing, a HD eBook and a compressed, small file eBook, great for saving to mobile devices for revision and study. In this package: HD – High Quality eBook Compressed, small file eBook (used for student revision) HD - .png images You may also be interested in some of our other learning resources. Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology (Full time of Music and Technology Infographic and eBook) History of Popular Music Styles – 12 Full Lessons (a MASSIVE! Bundle that covers the history or popular music from pre-1950s to modern day). Build Your Own Dynamic Microphone (A great interactive lesson on how to build a real dynamic microphone in class).
History of Pop Music – FULL LIBRARY
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History of Pop Music – FULL LIBRARY

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** History of Pop Music – FULL LIBRARY** These lectures and supporting classroom resources form a full library of material covering the development of modern music from pre-1950s all the way to contemporary Club Dance and Hip- Hop genres. The resources within this bundle would easily cover a full terms worth of work and could be used for GCSE, NCFE, A-Level and BTEC level 1, 2 and 3 course framework. In this package: Lectures (12 full presentations, each linking together, providing a full scheme of work for teaching). WORKSHEETS – The majority of the lessons come with a worksheet (with teacher answers) that link with the lesson/presentation HOMEWORK – again many of the lessons also come with additional learning research and homework tasks, also with answers sheets to support. REVISION - These are worksheets to aid student learning and allow for revising POSTER – some of the presentations even come with a A3 poster AUDIO/MIDI – some of the presentation and lessons also have connected audio and MIDI examples to aid teaching. Video (each presentation also comes in video form, used for student revision) ** History of Pop Music – FULL LIBRARY ** 1 - Pre1950s Music: Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Swing (presentation, video, worksheet, revision notes) 2 - Pre-1950’s Music: Blues, Jazz-Cool & Be-Bop (presentation, video, worksheets, revision notes, MIDI, audio and score) 3 - 1950’s Music: Rock’n’Roll & Rockabilly (presentation, video, 3 worksheets and answers, revision notes and terminology/vocabulary sheet) 4 - 1950-60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle (presentation, video, worksheets and answers, revision notes and homework sheet) 5 - 1960s Music: Psychedelic Rock (presentation, video, worksheet and answers, recommending listening resource) 6 - 1960-70s Music: Ska, Rock Steady & Reggae (presentation, video, worksheet and answers, homework and revision sheet) 7 - 1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk (presentation, video, worksheets and answers, homework, classroom poster and revision sheet) 8 - 1970s Music: Punk Rock (presentation, video, worksheet and answers, homework and revision sheet) 9 - 1970-80s Music: Indie Rock and New Wave (presentation, video, worksheets and answers, homework, classroom poster and revision sheet) 10 - 1970s-80s Music-Heavy Rock (presentation, worksheets x3 and answers and Infographic) 11 - 1980s Music: Electro & Synth Pop (presentation, video, recommending listening resource) 12 - 1980-90s Music: HipHop and Rap (presentation, video, worksheets and answers, homework, and revision sheets) 13 - 1990-2000s Music: Club Dance (presentation, video and revision sheet) 14 - Nu-Metal-2000s Music-FULL LESSON (presentation, video, three worksheets and answers) 15 - History of Boy Bands (presentation, video and class worksheets) History of Rock Music - FULL LESSON (presentation, worksheet and revision sheet) History of Audio Technology - FULL LESSON (presentation, worksheet and revision sheet) Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology-(POSTER + eBOOK) Popular Song Structures - FULL LESSON (presentation, worksheet and revision sheet) Glossary of Music Technology (– FULL e-Book + Presentation)
Music Recording and Production-BUNDLE
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Music Recording and Production-BUNDLE

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OUTLINE-Music Recording and Production This fantastic bundle is a great guide to teaching and learning Music studio recording and production. Items Included: 5 Step Guide to Basic Mixing Common Recording Techniques Step by Step Guide to Mixing a Pop Track Understanding Reverb What is covered?.. Step by Step Guide to Mixing a Pop Track: Preparing the Mix. Before starting any mix it’s important to consider…. Referencing Monitoring Speakers (Placement and anomalies) Starting points for your mix Mixing Techniques Aux Sends and Returns Spatial FX Dynamics The Frequency Range Common Recording Techniques: Audio chain, following the patch of the sound Dynamic microphones Condenser microphones How to record drums Recording Bass and Electric guitars Getting a better sound for acoustic guitars How to mic a piano Recording vocals Important words to remember when recording 5 Step Guide to Basic Mixing: Dynamic Balance Use of Compression and Gates How to reduce background noise Creative use of the Stereo-field through basic panning techniques Tonal balance and EQ Creating depth within your mix Using Reverb The finished product Understanding Reverb: What is Reverberation Reverb and Delay Direct, Early Reflections and Decay – Parts of Reverb Reverb Control Parameters Reverb types – Chamber, Plate, Spring, Gated Reverse Reverb Using Reverb Covered in Common Instrument EQ Guide: EQ Guide – Full – pdf-A4 Kick-Drum-EQ Snare-EQ Bass-Guitar Electric-Guitar Acoustic-Guitar Vocal Vocal-Intelligibility
1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle-FULL LESSON
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1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle-FULL LESSON

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1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part four in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the rise of American pop music becoming more and more popular with British bands/artists and how they developed this into something new and formed their own music. Soon British artists became so popular they “Invaded” the America charts. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheets (with full ANSWER SHEET for teachers) VIDEO - Skiffle music example (720p) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet (with full ANSWER SHEET for teachers) REVISION- Recommended Listening - Artists and Songs CATCH-UP LESSON – Free lesson recapping and covering new topics in this genre Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle Lesson Recap (Part three) The Baby Boomer Generation and rise of Teen/Youth culture How American Rock ‘n’ Roll became popular with British artists Skiffle Video example Liverpool’s development of modern pop music at the time “Telstar” first British number 1 in America The rise of Beatlemania How The Beatles took over the world Equipment used in the studio The impact of the British Invasion Mods – new music style to develop
Name the Band/Song Music QUIZ - 7 FULL QUIZZES!!!
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Name the Band/Song Music QUIZ - 7 FULL QUIZZES!!!

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**Name the Band/Song Music QUIZ ** A great end of term activity or a beginning of the year engaging quiz to get students talking and to break the ice at the start of a new academic year. The quiz is focused upon popular Bands and Artists from a wide range of popular musical genres and with appealing cryptic clues that will get the class thinking logically. There is a written clue round, with additional Bonus questions, a picture round, four rounds (each with 16 questions) of emoji band clues and one round of emoji song title clues. All the quizzes come with an answer sheet for teachers/staff and can be completed all together or broken into a separate quizzes, making great value for money. In this package: Written Quiz Question sheet (.pdf) – 20 questions Written Quiz Answer Sheet Bonus Written Quiz sheet – extra 8 questions Bonus Written Quiz Answer Sheet Name the Band Emoji Quiz 1 – 16 questions Name the Band Emoji Quiz 1 – Answers Name the Band Emoji Quiz 2 – 16 questions Name the Band Emoji Quiz 2 – Answers Name the Band Emoji Quiz 3 – 16 questions Name the Band Emoji Quiz 3 – Answers Name the Band Emoji Quiz 3 – 16 questions Name the Band Emoji Quiz 3 – Answers Name the Song Emoji Quiz 1 – 16 questions + name the band questions Name the Song Emoji Quiz 1 – Answers****
History of Rock Music - FULL LESSON
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History of Rock Music - FULL LESSON

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History of Rock Music This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part of the “History of Popular Music” package, but can also be used as a stand-alone lesson. It covers the main genres and styles of Rock Music from 1940/50 with the birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll to modern Digital Rock. In this package: Lecture HOMEWORK – Question sheet linked with presentation ANSWERS/HOMEWORK – Full answers for marking of Worksheet. Video .MOV file (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Video .mp4 file (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in the lesson “History of Rock Music ** Origins of Rock ‘n’ RolL Music Robert Johnson and early Blues Big Bill “Broonzy” – early Blues Racism and Music 1930/40/50 Early crossover music – Rockabilly New Technology and the Electric Guitar – 1930/40 Rock ‘n’ Roll British Invasion Surf Rock Folk Rock Blue Rock Psychedelic Rock Glam Rock Punk Rock Indie Rock and New Wave Heavy Metal 1970/80 Heavy Metal 1980/90 Grunge Alternative Rock Post-Hardcore and Emo Digital Rock Rock Music’s Cultural Impact
Popular Song Structures - FULL LESSON
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Popular Song Structures - FULL LESSON

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** Popular Song Structures** This lecture and supporting classroom resources provide an excellent first lesson into popular music song structures and how modern day music is constructed and framed around the different elements of a song. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) Audio/MIDI Examples of 12 Bar Blues – “Boogie-Woogie Bass” Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) ** Covered in Popular Song Structures ** Common form and structures used in modern music The different elements/parts of a modern song (verse, chorus, bridge etc…) The “Lick” and “Hook” 12 Bar Blues Structure 12 Bar Blues Chords – with example audio and MIDI 32 Bar Structure Verse-Chorus Structure Related examples of songs and artists
Pre1950s Music: Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Swing - FULL LESSON
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Pre1950s Music: Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Swing - FULL LESSON

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Pre1950s Music-Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Swing This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part one in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the early development of the Popular Music business and industry, along with the pre-1950’s genres of Tine-Pan-Ally, Ragtime and Swing. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet Answer sheet for teachers Music examples to for this lecture Covered in Pre1950s Music-Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Swing: Lesson Aims and Objectives Popular Music as a Business History of the Piano in early popular music Tin Pan Alley and music publication Artist and Music examples (linked with resources) Ragtime genre Swing music Follow-up classroom tasks and exercises
Music Quiz: Name that Music Software
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Music Quiz: Name that Music Software

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Music Quiz: Name that Music Software Name that Music Software is a great end of term activity or a beginning of the year engaging quiz to get students talking and to break the ice at the start of a new academic year. The quiz is focused upon recognizing and identifying common everyday music software. The names are given at the top of each pages and the learners need to label the instruments correctly. In this package: Name that Music Software - FULL QUIZZ (.pdf file) ANSWER SHEET – Name that Music Software - FULL QUIZZ (.pdf file) You may also be interested in some of our other learning resources. **Music Quiz: Name that Guitar/Instrument – 3 QUIZZES ** (The quiz is focused upon recognizing and identifying common everyday instruments as well as classic electric guitar body shapes. Name the Band/Song Music QUIZ - 7 FULL QUIZZES!!! (The quiz is focused upon popular Bands and Artists from a wide range of popular musical genres and with appealing cryptic clues that will get the class thinking logically.) **Quiz: Music and Music Technology – Pack 1 ** (This pack contains two full music and music technology quizzes.). **Quiz: Music and Music Technology – Pack 2 ** (This is the second quiz pack; it contains two full music and music technology quizzes. Each with mixture of listening and visual questions related to Music and Music Technology to engage learners throughout). **Music Quizzes - BIG BUNDLE ** (This fantastic bundle is a great to have handy to test and check current knowledge and understanding from learners, but also as a fun activity to finish of a term. It is a resource you will use again and again, year after year.). History of Pop Music – FULL LIBRARY (a MASSIVE! Bundle that covers the history or popular music from pre-1950s to modern day).