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Carisse White is an experienced teacher of A-level Music and Btec Music, and is currently Head of Music at a sixth form college in the North West of England. She has examining experience in A-level Music, specifically for coursework and specialises professionally in both performance and music analysis. Carisse is also a Subject Advisor for Pearson, examining for both the NQF Level 1/2 BTEC Award in Music and the QCF Level 3 BTEC in Music.

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Carisse White is an experienced teacher of A-level Music and Btec Music, and is currently Head of Music at a sixth form college in the North West of England. She has examining experience in A-level Music, specifically for coursework and specialises professionally in both performance and music analysis. Carisse is also a Subject Advisor for Pearson, examining for both the NQF Level 1/2 BTEC Award in Music and the QCF Level 3 BTEC in Music.
The Development of the Symphony (1750-1830)
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The Development of the Symphony (1750-1830)

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*A 13-slide resource. * A history of the symphony, tracing the development from 1750 through to c.1830. * A history of the development of the orchestra from pre-1750 through to c.1830. * Detailed musical characteristics of the Baroque style. * Detailed musical characteristics of the Classical style. * Detailed musical characteristics of the Romantic style. * An overview of the Mannheim School. Suitable for use with any exam board using orchestral music (1750-1830) as set works, specifically Eduqas (and/or WJEC).
Four Decades of Jazz 1910-1950: Revision Sheets (MUSC4)
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Four Decades of Jazz 1910-1950: Revision Sheets (MUSC4)

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Designed to aid revision for the AQA MUSC4 Four Decades of Jazz 1910-1950 component. Please see details below for a breakdown of the revision sheets available in this resource: 1. Comparison of Styles - Core characteristics of New Orleans, Swing, Bebop, Cool Jazz 2. Charlie Parker - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz 3. Count Basie - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz 4. Dizzy Gillespie - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz 5. Duke Ellington - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz 6. Louis Armstrong - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz 7. Miles Davis - Characteristics of his playing and his Contributions to the development of jazz
Rock & Pop Glossary
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Rock & Pop Glossary

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A five-page glossary of useful terminology for the study of Rock & Pop (Eduqas AS-level Music). A starting point and precursor research activity to the study of Rock & Pop music from the 1960s-1990s.
A Guide to Rock & Pop Music 1960-1990 (Eduqas)
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A Guide to Rock & Pop Music 1960-1990 (Eduqas)

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This is a starting point for the analysis of the Rock & Pop genres needed to fulfill the requirements of the new Eduqas A-level qualification. This is a 66-slide powerpoint and is by no means a complete guide but can be used as an overview for most genres and in-depth for a few styles and tracks. The styles that are covered within this powerpoint include: 1960s psychedelia, soul, funk, disco, punk, progressive rock, heavy rock/metal, reggae and 1980s electro-pop. The track analyses that are included cover the following artists: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Jackie Wilson, Sex Pistols, The Specials, Pink Floyd, Earth Wind & Fire, The Bee Gees, Gloria Gaynor, The Pet Shop Boys, Kate Bush and Motorhead.
Rock & Pop Music Analysis (Eduqas)
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Rock & Pop Music Analysis (Eduqas)

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A selection of resources to aid with the teaching of the Rock & Pop topic on the Eduqas A-level. Resources include a detailed analytical powerpoint on a range of genres, three sample questions in the style of the A-level and some useful worksheets.
Four Decades of Jazz 1910-1950: Revision Flashcards (MUSC4)
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Four Decades of Jazz 1910-1950: Revision Flashcards (MUSC4)

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A selection of 94 cards, each with a piece of jazz terminology or information relating to a range of material from the characteristic traits of five different jazz genres. Covering the following styles/Artists: New Orleans & Louis Armstrong (1920s), Swing/Big Band & Count Basie & Duke Ellington (1930s), Bebop & Charlie Parker (1940s), Cubop & Dizzy Gillespie (1940s) and the origins of Cool Jazz & Miles Davis (1949).