Music Theory & Harmony 3 - continuation of basic principles

Music Theory & Harmony 3 - continuation of basic principles

Continue building on the principles of Music Theory including the Ruler of Pitch and Major Scale building with an introduction to the circle of fifths, note lengths and durations and identifying/notating these. . Fully spec’d and linked to Unit 27 BTEC or a standalone session introducing basic principles to any music students on any applicable course and/or level for approximately an hour and a half duration. Re-capping rhythms, duration of notes; crotchet, crotchet rest and quaver utilising group clapping activities. Ledger lines allow for stretch and challenge activity opportunity. Re-capping and checking learning, functional maths opportunities.
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UNIT 30 - Popular Music in Practice - Musical styles and culture in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's

UNIT 30 - Popular Music in Practice - Musical styles and culture in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's

An introductory session to popular music and the analysis of styles/genres which emerged in specific decades. Case studies, worksheets, activities and critical investigation into the developments taking place in society and culture. Includes task that forms assignment 1. Fully spec’d at BTEC unit 30 or may be used in any performance techniques, listening/contextual or general music studies or music history programs.
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UNIT 40 – Working and Developing as a Musical Ensemble – Analysis of Ensembles

UNIT 40 – Working and Developing as a Musical Ensemble – Analysis of Ensembles

An introductory session to ensemble studies and the analysis of ensembles in relation to rock and pop live band demographic; reviewing their histories and members, audience interaction, musical communication and critical commentary. Includes full case study with examples of a presentation that forms assignment 1 with brief included. Fully spec’d at BTEC unit 40 or may be used in any performance techniques, listening/contextual or general music studies programs.
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Lyric Writing – literary devices

Lyric Writing – literary devices

Introductory session to lyric writing and applying literary devices including rhyming couplets, syllables, alliteration, metaphor, simile, pun, content/concept and hook writing. Fully spec’d to Rockschool level 2 qualifications unit MUSPRA 205 or adaptable to fit any creative writing, song writing, and compositional techniques sessions. Practical activity, research and functional English opportunities embedded.
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UAL Level 3 Music – ‘Versions’ Project (units 1-4) second session

UAL Level 3 Music – ‘Versions’ Project (units 1-4) second session

A session that lays out several activities and potential workshops towards the suggested project within the UAL spec for the first 4 units in level 3 Music; ‘Versions’. Includes suggested layout for assessment criteria, several examples/case study to use for analysis and tasks covering assessment for criteria 1 as well as additional references. Can also be used as a single session or day/week long project in a Music Techniques/Ensemble Studies/Solo Music Performance type unit.
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UAL Level 2 Music – Introduction to Music Performance

UAL Level 2 Music – Introduction to Music Performance

An introductory session that lays out several activities and potential workshops to introduce students of this level to being a music performer including analysis of what makes an effective performance, how to for relationships with and engage the audience, forming groups and planning for practical ‘experimentation’ musical rehearsal and planning for future sessions. Worksheet included which can be used as either prompt or method for collecting evidence. Fully spec’d covering most aspects of assessment criteria 1.1 and 1.2 or can be adapted and used as a single session or day/week long project in a Music Techniques/Ensemble Studies/Solo Music Performance type unit/setting.
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UNIT 39 – The Sound and Music Industry – Introduction

UNIT 39 – The Sound and Music Industry – Introduction

An introductory session that lays out several activities and potential workshops to introduce students to what the sound and music industry is including record labels; Major and independent, live performance as an area and the roles inherent within it, publishing and management. Fully spec’d to be in line with BTEC unit 39 which is mandatory in all level quals by this provider including suggested assignment outline for outcomes 1 and 2 or may be used for any contextual, business or industry music class.
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The components of sound/elements of music

The components of sound/elements of music

An active session wherein students identify and define the components of sound, elements of music and think critically as to what music is for. Suitable for introduction to Theory & Harmony lessons/units or Listening skills for either practice or technology based music students. Useful knowledge that clarifies a lot of terminology used frequently across most music sessions/courses.
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Music Theory & Harmony 2 - introduction to basic principles (continuation)

Music Theory & Harmony 2 - introduction to basic principles (continuation)

Follow up session in principles of Music Theory including re-capping Ruler of Pitch, accidentals, tones/semi-tones, treble clef and note names whilst introducing the flat keys in the Major Scale system whilst notating these on the stave. Rhythms identify duration of notes; crotchet, crotchet rest and quaver utilising group clapping activities. Ledger lines allow for stretch and challenge activity opportunity. Re-capping and checking learning, functional maths opportunities.
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UAL Level 3 Music – ‘Versions’ Project (units 1-4) first session

UAL Level 3 Music – ‘Versions’ Project (units 1-4) first session

An introductory session that lays out several activities and potential workshops towards the suggested project within the UAL spec for the first 4 units in level 3 Music; ‘Versions’. Includes Assignment Brief with suggested layout for assessment criteria, repertoire for adapting, case study of analysis and task covering assessment for criteria 1. Can also be used as a single session or day/week long project in a Music Techniques/Ensemble Studies/Solo Music Performance type unit.
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Music Theory & Harmony 1 - introduction to basic principles

Music Theory & Harmony 1 - introduction to basic principles

Introductory lesson to principles of Music Theory including the Ruler of Pitch, accidentals, tones/semitones, Major Scales, treble clef, note names and notation on the stave. Fully spec’d and linked to Unit 27 BTEC or a standalone session introducing basic principles to any music students on any applicable course and/or level for approximately an hour and a half duration. Includes Lesson Plan along with Unit Aims/Objectives, session aims and outcomes, activities, plenary and independent learning. Embedded extras include stretch and challenge, functional maths and equality and diversity opportunities.
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