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Hello! I have 15 years of experience teaching music at secondary and sixth form level. I'm looking to build up the resources that I sell on here, and I only publish resources of the highest quality. That's guaranteed. You won't be disappointed with the value you get from my store. Contact me at branchlinemusic@hotmail.com with any questions or suggestions. I'm also available to teach the new online ABRSM theory exams via Zoom to schools. Please contact me if you are interested. Thank you.

Hello! I have 15 years of experience teaching music at secondary and sixth form level. I'm looking to build up the resources that I sell on here, and I only publish resources of the highest quality. That's guaranteed. You won't be disappointed with the value you get from my store. Contact me at branchlinemusic@hotmail.com with any questions or suggestions. I'm also available to teach the new online ABRSM theory exams via Zoom to schools. Please contact me if you are interested. Thank you.
Keyboard Skills Booklet 1 for Key Stage 3 Music
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Keyboard Skills Booklet 1 for Key Stage 3 Music

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This is the first booklet in a set of three designed to develop the keyboard skills of key stage 3 students. The focus in this first booklet is learning how to play a melody with the right hand. Like the other two booklets in this series, this booklet takes students from a rudimentary level all the way to a very advanced level, treating the skill of single hand melody playing as separate to playing a melody with 2 hands across two staves, and playing a melody and accompaniment with coordinated hands. This philosophy allows students to achieve high levels even if they are unable to coordinate their left and right hands to play two parts simultaneously. Four of the pieces in this booklet have Sibelius backing tracks in MP3 format to help bring greater context to the melodies that students will be learning. Most of the pieces in this booklet are from films, so it would work very well to complement a film music scheme of work: Jaws theme; Chariots of Fire Theme; Pirates of the Caribbean Theme; Pink Panther Theme; Godfather Theme; Braveheart Theme. Only Scarborough Fair is a non-film piece. The pieces are all arranged with the correct fingering to allow students to learn good technique, and they are all fun to learn, and are fairly well-known. I hope that your students will enjoy learning them as much as I have enjoyed creating this booklet. Thank you for considering this resource for your classroom.
Keyboard Skills Booklet BUNDLE for Key Stage 3 Music
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Keyboard Skills Booklet BUNDLE for Key Stage 3 Music

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This bundle includes all three booklets in this series. Each booklet focuses on a separate keyboard skill and takes students from a rudimentary level to a very advanced level in that particular skill. Booklet 1 focuses on learning how to play a tune with the right hand through music written on one music staff; Booklet 2 focuses on learning how to play a tune using both hands through music written on 2 staves; Booklet 3 focuses on learning how to play a melody and accompaniment, simultaneously. All in all, there are 31 pieces to learn, and each booklet has 10 levels of achievement for its own respective skill focus. Booklets 1 and 2 also contain 4 MP3 backing tracks to provide greater context for the melodies. The pieces come from a variety of different styles from Classical to Pop and folk. Please see individual resource descriptions for the list of pieces in each booklet. The pieces in all booklets are arranged with the correct fingering to allow students to learn good technique, and they are all fun to learn, and are fairly well-known. I hope that your students will enjoy learning them as much as I have enjoyed creating these booklets. Thank you for considering this bundled resource for your classroom.
Keyboard Skills Booklet 3 for Key Stage 3 Music
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Keyboard Skills Booklet 3 for Key Stage 3 Music

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This is the third booklet in a set of three designed to develop the keyboard skills of key stage 3 students. The focus in this third booklet is learning how to play a melody and accompaniment, simultaneously. Like the other two booklets in this series, this booklet takes students from a rudimentary level all the way to a very advanced level, treating the skill of playing a melody and accompaniment with coordinated left and right hands as being separate to single hand melody playing, and playing a melody with 2 hands across two staves. There are 15 pieces in this booklet, each of which is progressively more difficult. There is a great variety of styles incorporated into this booklet from traditional Classical to Pop, and folk, film, and cartoon music in between, so there will be something for all across the levels. Some of the pieces include: Inspector Gadget and Harry Potter Themes, Beethoven’s Ode to Joy, Drunken Sailor, and Air on the G String. The pieces are all arranged with the correct fingering to allow students to learn good technique, and they are all fun to learn, and are fairly well-known. I hope that your students will enjoy learning them as much as I have enjoyed creating this booklet. Thank you for considering this resource for your classroom.
Chinese Music Project Year 8
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Chinese Music Project Year 8

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This is a complete Scheme of Work for Year 8 Music, based on the characters in Mulan. It includes a Student Work booklet, a Homework Booklet, and a Teacher Guide with 5 x full lesson plans, supported by 5 x PowerPoints, and answers for the homework tasks. Please watch the promotional video to see exactly what you can expect when you download this comprehensive learning package. The project is fully resourced, and fully differentiated based on the legacy level system (Level 3c to Level 9/ Exceptional Level), which has renewed meaning in light of the new Level 1 to 9 GCSE grading system, and it includes a fully detailed display-ready level criteria that is extremely useful. The work book is based on the progression through Levels 3 to 7 by performing traditional 2-part Chinese Folk tunes (in pairs), designed to be performed on tuned percussion instruments, but they can easily be performed on keyboards instead. There is a wealth of cultural information within the tasks themselves, from instruments to emperors and legends! Beyond Level 7, students can attempt an exciting TV show task or an in-depth Chinese composition – each of which can be simplified to provide access to all levels of ability, not just Level 7+ students. There are listening and composing tasks in the homework booklet, with 18 x MP3 audios included. Overall, there are 12 x homework tasks, up to 7 x main tasks, all of which are differentiated into 3 tiers of outcomes. All of this comes with a full 6000-word teacher guide, structured lesson-by-lesson, and supported by 5 x PowerPoints with clear objectives and outcomes, and 5 x editable Sibelius files for the performance tasks, which can be used for modelling purposes. To cap it off, the Teacher Guide includes detailed suggestions as to how you can extend this project to up to 9 lessons using the resources already contained within the project! When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
African Music Project Year 7
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African Music Project Year 7

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**This is a complete Scheme of Work for Year 7 Music, based on the characters in Madagascar. It includes a Student Work booklet, a Homework Booklet, and a teacher guide with 5 x full lesson plans, supported by 5 x PowerPoints, and answers for the homework tasks. Please watch the promotional video to see exactly what you can expect when you download this comprehensive learning package. ** The project is fully resourced, and fully differentiated based on the legacy level system (Level 3c to Level 9/ Exceptional Level), and it includes a fully detailed display-ready level criteria that is extremely useful. The work book is based on a series of rhythm grids, introducing students to graphic notation, converting it into staff notation, and performing in a group. Beyond Level 6, students can attempt vocal tasks up to and including 3 part harmony, and an exciting radio show task – both of which can be simplified to provide access to all levels of ability. There are listening and composing tasks in the homework booklet, with 14 x MP3 audios to support the tasks. Overall, there are 12 x homework tasks, up to 7 x main tasks, all of which are differentiated into 3 tiers of outcomes. All of this comes with a full teacher guide and structured lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints with clear objectives and outcomes. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
GCSE Harmony and Tonality Teaching & Learning Package
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GCSE Harmony and Tonality Teaching & Learning Package

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This is a complete Scheme of Work for Harmony and Tonality, suitable for any GCSE level course. It includes a student guide, a student work book, an answer book, and a teacher guide. Please do watch the promotional video below to see exactly what you can expect when you download this comprehensive learning package. The Student Guide is broken down into 12 topics, which become the 12 lessons outlined in the Teacher Guide. There are a total of 11 written tasks in the Student Work Book and 5 listening tasks, supported by 5 helpful MP4 videos and a detailed Student Answer Book, set out in the same way as the Student Work Book for convenient, easy self-marking. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
St Patrick’s Day Reel Ukulele Trio
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St Patrick’s Day Reel Ukulele Trio

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This is an original composition and arrangement from Branch Line Music, aimed at Ukulele beginners who are at about Grade 1 to 2 in standard (RSL). Not only does it work fantastically well on St Patrick’s Day, it will also fit into any other Irish or folk themed project. The piece is designed to work as either a duet or trio, offering flexibility for your teaching, and as you can see from the images, it’s arranged with both tab and score, side by side. This resource includes 5 x PDF scores as follows: 1 x Individual Part for Ukulele 1; 1 x Individual Part for Ukulele 2; 1 x Individual Part for Ukulele 3; 1 x Full Duet Score; 1 x Full Trio Score. There is also an MP3 Audio for each PDF, 5 in total. Ukulele 1 is the lead part; Ukulele 2 is the chord part; Ukulele 3 is a harmony for the lead part, acting as a second melody, though in almost rhythmic unison. If you are working with just one student, have them learn the lead or chord part and then you can play the other part. If you have 2 students in the lesson, you can add the 3rd part yourself for extra fun. If you’re working with a class, divide the parts up as you see fit. You have all that you need included to make this a great lesson! When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow Ukulele Grade 1 Teaching Support
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Somewhere Over the Rainbow Ukulele Grade 1 Teaching Support

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**This is a PowerPoint presentation providing full tuition support for the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow, which features on the current Rock School syllabus for Grade 1 Ukulele. It is ideal for both peripatetic teachers teaching one-to-one, and classroom teachers teaching whole class ukulele, serving as a great complement to the RSL Grade 1 Ukulele book, which it is assumed that you will have. ** The PowerPoint breaks down Somewhere Over the Rainbow into sections, and includes slowed down MP3s, produced in Sibelius software, modelling each section for students to play along with. These slowed down play-along tracks serve as a great stepping stone to being able to perform with the RSL full track and backing track audios at full speed, which it is assumed that you will have. This resource also includes easy to understand grids for the chords in Somewhere Over the Rainbow, helpful grids for proper left hand finger technique, and easy to understand counting, in terms of performing rhythms correctly. Finally, a slowed down play-along annotated video brings all of the learning together to ensure a confident performance of the piece. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
GCSE Rhythm and Metre Teaching & Learning Package
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GCSE Rhythm and Metre Teaching & Learning Package

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This is a complete Scheme of Work for Rhythm and Metre, suitable for any GCSE level course. It includes a student guide, a student work book, an answer book, and a teacher guide. Please do watch the promotional video below to see exactly what you can expect when you download this comprehensive learning package. The Student Guide is broken down into 11 topics, which become the 11 lessons outlined in the Teacher Guide. There are a total of 10 written tasks in the Student Work Book and 5 listening tasks, supported by 5 helpful MP4 videos and a detailed Student Answer Book, set out in the same way as the Student Work Book for convenient, easy self-marking. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Year 7 Music Fun Bridging Project The Springfield Mysteries
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Year 7 Music Fun Bridging Project The Springfield Mysteries

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**This is a complete Scheme of Work for Year 7 Music, based on the characters in The Simpsons. It includes a Student Work booklet, a Homework Booklet, and a teacher guide with 5 x full lesson plans, supported by 5 x PowerPoints, and answers for the homework tasks. Please watch the promotional video to see exactly what you can expect when you download this comprehensive learning package. ** The project is fully resourced, and fully differentiated based on the legacy level system (Level 3c to Level 9/ Exceptional Level), and it includes a fully detailed display-ready level criteria that is extremely useful. The work book is based on a series of puzzles, introducing students to note symbols, basic development techniques such as retrograde and sequence up to and including Level 6. It includes numeracy and literacy based musical puzzles, too. Beyond Level 6, students can attempt tasks in transcribing, transposing, and even 4-part harmony using figured bass. It includes listening and composing tasks in the homework booklet, with 11 x MP3 audios to support the tasks. Overall, there are 12 x homework tasks, up to 13 x main tasks (9 up to and including Level 7). This project is very versatile and makes for a fun Year 7 project at any time of the year, and I’ve also used the first 8 main tasks for Primary Outreach to Year 6. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Grieg Notturno Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Grieg Notturno Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Edvard Grieg’s Notturno, Opus 54 No. 4 for piano, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand C, the Piano Music of Chopin, Brahms, and Grieg. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of the score as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages and the right or left hand piano parts of the score to either play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some excellent tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across both parts, making key changes easier to identify, and it can find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading the bass clef part, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put both parts into treble clef, and transpose it up an octave! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Vivaldi Concerto Il Gardellino Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Vivaldi Concerto Il Gardellino Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Movement 1, Movement 2, and Movement 3 of Antonio Vivaldi’s Flute Concerto in D Major, Il Gardellino, RV428, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand A, the Baroque Solo Concerto. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of each movement as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages, parts, or combinations of parts within the score to play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some amazing tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across parts, find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading alto clef or with transposing parts, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put parts in treble clef and or at concert pitch! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Purcell Sonata for Trumpet and Strings Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Purcell Sonata for Trumpet and Strings Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Movement 1, Movement 2, and Movement 3 of Henry Purcell’s Sonata for Trumpet and Strings in D Major, Z.850, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand A, the Baroque Solo Concerto. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of each movement as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages, parts, or combinations of parts within the score to play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some amazing tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across parts, find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading alto clef or with transposing parts, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put parts in treble clef and or at concert pitch! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Keyboard Skills Booklet 2 for Key Stage 3 Music
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Keyboard Skills Booklet 2 for Key Stage 3 Music

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This is the second booklet in a set of three designed to develop the keyboard skills of key stage 3 students. The focus in this second booklet is learning how to play a melody with spread across the left and right hands on two staves. Like the other two booklets in this series, this booklet takes students from a rudimentary level all the way to a very advanced level, treating the skill of playing a melody with 2 hands across two staves as being separate to single hand melody playing, and playing a melody and accompaniment with coordinated hands. This philosophy allows students to achieve high levels even if they are unable to coordinate their left and right hands to play two parts simultaneously. Four of the pieces in this booklet have Sibelius backing tracks in MP3 format to help bring greater context to the melodies that students will be learning. The pieces in this booklet are quite varied, from Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to Beat It by Michael Jackson, so there will be something for everyone across the various levels. Other pieces include Hoist the Colours, Spongebob Square Pants Theme, Axel F Theme, and Bob the Builder Theme. The pieces are all arranged with the correct fingering to allow students to learn good technique, and they are all fun to learn, and are fairly well-known. I hope that your students will enjoy learning them as much as I have enjoyed creating this booklet. Thank you for considering this resource for your classroom.
Bach Concerto in A Minor Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Bach Concerto in A Minor Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Movement 1, Movement 2, and Movement 3 of J.S. Bach’s Concerto in A Minor BWV 1041, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand A, the Baroque Solo Concerto. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of each movement as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages, parts, or combinations of parts within the score to play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some amazing tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across parts, find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading alto clef or with transposing parts, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put parts in treble clef and or at concert pitch! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Baroque Solo Concerto Sibelius Scores BUNDLE AQA A Level Music Strand A
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Baroque Solo Concerto Sibelius Scores BUNDLE AQA A Level Music Strand A

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Movements 1, 2, and 3, for each of the following set works from Strand A on the current AQA A Level Music course: Henry Purcell’s Sonata for Trumpet and Strings in D Major, Z.850 Antonio Vivaldi’s Flute Concerto in D Major, Il Gardellino, RV428 J.S. Bach’s Concerto in A Minor, BWV1041 For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of each movement from each work as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. Simply choose the nine scores that you need, and delete the others. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages, parts, or combinations of parts within the score to play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some amazing tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across parts, find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading alto clef or with transposing parts, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put parts in treble clef and or at concert pitch! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Grieg Norwegian March Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Grieg Norwegian March Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Edvard Grieg’s Norwegian March, Opus 54 No. 2 for piano, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand C, the Piano Music of Chopin, Brahms, and Grieg. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of the score as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages and the right or left hand piano parts of the score to either play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some excellent tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across both parts, making key changes easier to identify, and it can find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading the bass clef part, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put both parts into treble clef, and transpose it up an octave! Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Chopin Ballade No. 2 in F Major Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Chopin Ballade No. 2 in F Major Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Frederic Chopin’s Ballade No. 2 in F Major, Opus 38 for piano, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand C, the Piano Music of Chopin, Brahms, and Grieg. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of the score as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages and the right or left hand piano parts of the score to either play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some excellent tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across both parts, making key changes easier to identify, and it can find motifs, including developments of motifs. For this particular piece, it is extremely useful for being able to slow down the Presto con Fuoco and agitato sections! At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading the bass clef part, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put both parts into treble clef, and transpose it up an octave. Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Brahms Intermezzo in A Major Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music
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Brahms Intermezzo in A Major Sibelius Score AQA A Level Music

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This resource comprises a complete Sibelius Score for Johannes Brahms’ Intermezzo in A Major, Opus 118 No. 2 for piano, currently on the AQA A Level Music specification as part of Strand C, the Piano Music of Chopin, Brahms, and Grieg. For your ease and convenience, you will find 10 different Sibelius versions of the score as follows: Sibelius 7.5; Sibelius 7; Sibelius 7 First; Sibelius 6; Sibelius 6 First; Sibelius Student; Sibelius 5; Sibelius 5 First; Sibelius 5 Student; Sibelius 4. A Sibelius score is an invaluable tool when teaching set works as it allows you to isolate specific passages and the right or left hand piano parts of the score to either play back or study. It brings the more traditional printed score to life, and not only that, it is an extremely useful aid for analysis, too – for teachers and students. Sibelius software contains some excellent tools that, amongst many other things, will analyse chords for you across both parts, making key changes easier to identify, and it can find motifs, including developments of motifs. At the other end of the learning spectrum, if you have students who struggle with reading the bass clef part, and it is getting in the way of their ability to analyse harmony in class, with a click or two you can put both parts into treble clef, and transpose it up an octave. Students can then continue in their own time to develop their wider score-reading skills without them falling behind in harmonic analysis, too. A Sibelius score is a win-win, every time – just make sure that you have a version of the Sibelius software mentioned in the 2nd paragraph above, if you decide to purchase this resource. When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the resource download with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in Branch Line Music.
Key Stage 3 Music Year 7 and 8 Bundle
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Key Stage 3 Music Year 7 and 8 Bundle

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This bundle contains 3 fully-resourced, structured Key Stage 3 projects: an African Music Project; a Chinese Music Project; a Puzzle-Based Notation project. They are suitable for either Year 7 or 8 – and you could even utilise the Notation Project for Year 6 primary outreach! Please watch the individual promotional videos to see the vast amount of top quality materials that you can expect to receive when you download this amazing value-for-money bundle. Each project is a full, complete scheme of work with detailed lesson plans, supported by Teacher PowerPoints, engaging and differentiated Student Assessment Booklets, Listening and Composing based Homework Booklets, and media files. There are 5 core lessons in each project, but each one can be extended by 3 or more lessons using the imaginative suggestions in the Teacher Booklets. You will have more than what you need to make each project last half a term, meaning the three together will give you half a year’s worth of great lessons for ALL learning abilities! When you choose to buy a resource from Branch Line Music, you can have the confidence that it will be of the highest quality in both content and presentation. Furthermore, you will find it very straight-forward to contact me if you need to, or would like to. Pre-purchase, you can email any questions to branchlinemusic@hotmail.com, and I aim to respond within a few hours; post-purchase, you will find a ‘welcome letter’ in the learning package with a contact telephone number. Thank you for your interest in my resources – you can trust Branch Line Music.