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A2 Homework – w/c 9th November

Chorale
Please do Fingerprint 3 in your Chorale Fingerprint Workbooks. Answer the questions first and then complete the exercises.

Applied
Please read and make brief notes (that I will take in) on Sources 1, 2 and Readings 1, 2, 7 and 8 from Source 4

Instrumental
Not yet set

Composing
Please rework your previous ideas in response to feedback and come up with another sketch. Please annotate your scores with yellow post-it notes so that can tell what different sections are supposed to be.

AS Music Homework – Group BD – w/c 2nd November

Anthology (Instrumental – for Wednesday)

Using the essay planner and the notes in the resources folder on Moodle write an essay on the following title:

“Identify features of the Haydn that are typical of the Classical era”

Your essay should be structured as follows:

  • Introduction
  • NINE clear points in separate short paragraphs
  • Conclusion, incorporating the final point to make TEN in total

NOTE: You need to give at least three clear examples, but the more the better

Anthology (Vocal – for Friday)

  1. Make sure you have read sources 1 and 2 in the Dekker resources folder on Moodle  and made brief notes on Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae (no more than a single side of A4)
  2. Learn how to play up to bar 18 of the Dekker (we are playing it in D – chords and parts for bass and Bb instruments are all on a sheet in the resources folder on Moodle)

Composition (Tom’s Group)
Complete a short section of music representing light. It must refer to at least one clear influence.

AS Music Homework – Group BB – w/c 2nd November

Anthology (Instrumental – for Wednesday)

Using the essay planner and the notes in the resources folder on Moodle write an essay on the following title:

“Identify features of the Haydn that are typical of the Classical era”

Your essay should be structured as follows:

  • Introduction
  • NINE clear points in separate short paragraphs
  • Conclusion, incorporating the final point to make TEN in total

NOTE: You need to give at least three clear examples, but the more the better

Anthology (Vocal – for Friday)

  1. Make sure you have read sources 1 and 2 in the Dekker resources folder on Moodle and made brief notes on Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae (no more than a single side of A4)
  2. Learn how to play up to bar 18 of the Dekker (we are playing it in D – chords and parts for bass and Bb instruments are all on a sheet in the resources folder on Moodle)

Composition
1. Devise a scenario that might inspire you to write a Darkness to Light composition (i.e. sunrise or a psychological breakthrough or a film scene in which the forces of light triumph over the forces of darkness)

2. Look on the composition resources Moodle and find at least two specific passages of music that you can take ideas from to represent darkness and two that might represent light. You need to be specific in your descriptions of the music and what aspects of it you are going to take. You can further pieces taken from Moodle elsewhere if you wish. Please use the Pro Forma on Moodle (AS Music – ‘Sleeve notes and planner submissions’ – ‘Influences Initial Tracker’) and submit it on Moodle in the ‘Influences and Planner Submissions’ folder on Music AS moodle BEFORE next lesson.

A2 Homework – w/c 2nd November

Applied
No homework this week

Chorale
Complete worksheet 9a (see here for a copy)

Instrumental
1. Write an essay comparing texture in Holborne, Bach and Ellington set works. You must submit your essay with the cover sheet issued in class.
2. Complete ‘Haydn worksheet 1’ which was given out in class
3. Read the background notes on the Haydn. Next lesson will start with a quiz on background features in this piece.

Remember that there is no lesson with me on Wednesday so you have two weeks to,complete all of the above.

Composition
Please complete a second idea (and also correct any problems with your first one). It would be helpful if you kept them all in the same file.

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