June 9th - Capercaillie - Breakdown for Exam June 10th
Learn 2 points of information from
each of the 6 boxes, in the
Capercaillie table below:
Download the BBC Bitesize App here - and get tailored revision on your iPhone or Android device.
Year 11 Homework - work through the Keynote below, and make your own revision sheets/flascards
Booster sessions Keynote - You can work through this at home too:
May 26th - Table, breaking down all 3 Rag Desh pieces:
First of all: A fun little animation, which tells you about the 3 Rag Desh pieces.
Rag Desh by Anoushka Shanker is 1 of 3 Rag Pieces, which you could be tested on.
It is for Sitar and Tabla drums, and is in 3 sections:
Rag Desh by Steve Gorn is 2 of 3 Rag Desh Pieces, which you could be tested on.
It is for Bansuri (Flute), Esraj , Shruti Box, Swarmandel and Table.
Rag Desh by Chiranji Lal Tanwar is the third of 3 Rag Desh Pieces, which you could be tested on.
It is for voice, and is accompanied by Sarod, Sarangi, Pakhawaj, Table and hand Cymbals
April 20th 2016 - Exam Preparation.
Capercaillie - Preparation for Section B (12 Mark Question)
Here is a very detailed synopsis video of 'Skye Waulking Song' by Capercaillie:
March 20-2016: Fact Sheet for Capercaillie:
March 13-2016: 'Skye Waulking' by Capercaillie Flash Cards:
'Skye Waulking' by Capercaillie is likely to be the focus of your 12 mark question, in the June, 2016 exam.
Here are some excellent flashcards, which you can download to your Phone, or print:
March 2016 - NEW
GCSE BBC Bitesize: Fantastic, interactive and easy to understand information about these 8 exam pieces:
Handel: And The Glory Of The Lord (click here)
Mozart Symphony No.40 (click here)
Chopin Prelude in D flat Major (click here)
Schoenberg 'Peritpetie' (click here)
West Side Story 'Something's Coming' (click here)
Steve Reich 'Minimalism - Electric Counterpoint' (click here)
Miles Davis 'All Blues & Jazz' (click here)
Capercaillie 'Skye Waulking Song' (click here)
Moby 'Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?' (click here)
NEW for February 2016: Fantastic Online GCSE Music revision flashcards. Click on the button below. They work really well on a Phone or iPad too.
'Kiri' by Koko - African World Music (click on the PDF file to the left to access the 'Yiri' study page.