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Carisse 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 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.
90s Britpop Documentary Research Questions & Answers
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90s Britpop Documentary Research Questions & Answers

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A resource that uses the BBC4 documentary “The Britpop Story - It Really, Really, Really Could Happen". Set of research questions for students to answer whilst watching the documentary. Answers for teachers also provided. Good as an introduction to Britpop genre and an insight into the pop culture and politics of the time. Takes around 1-2 hours minimum as a mini-project: 30 mins - 1 hour to watch and make notes, 1 hour as a class discussion. Could be used for BTEC Music (Unit 30 Pop Music in Practise) or A’level Music.
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.
Structuring a WCT Music Exam Essay - Eduqas
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Structuring a WCT Music Exam Essay - Eduqas

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Unit 3 - Development of the Symphony 1750-1900 A structured breakdown of how to answer the following past exam question: Discuss how symphonic composers of the Western Classical Tradition have taken different approaches to the use of the orchestra. You must refer to both set works and other relevant symphonies, from both the Classical and Romantic eras.
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 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).