Heinemann Advanced Music

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Heinemann, 2001 - Music - 332 pages
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The Heinemann Advanced Music series covers A Level specifications. The combination of student book, teacher's resource file and double CD pack covers performing, developing musical ideas and composing, listening, and understanding and analysis. This student book provides printed musical access with commentaries to help students develop analysis skills. Exercises and questions are provided to help the students with composing, listening and performing.
 

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Contents

Listening
1
Renaissance
7
The Baroque
19
Baroque national styles
34
The symphony
49
Music for small ensembles
61
The art song
69
Sacred music
86
Folk music today
180
Composing Twopart Baroque
188
Composing Chorales in
197
Approaches on writing your
206
Characteristic features of Classical
Composing Variations 238
Composing Piano Accompaniments
Composing Romantic

Pop Rock and Jazz
141
Jazz
147
Rock n roll in the 1950s
153
The modern sound of 60s Britain
159
1970s disco 1980s house
165
Dance and club styles
172
Schumann 293
Composing Using Serial
Composing Using Minimalist
Using ICT to help you compose 313
Assessing performances 320
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About the author (2001)

Mark Phillips is a Melbourne writer and unionist. He has worked more than 20 years in print journalism and related industries and is currently the editor of Working Life. He is the author of Radio City: The first 30 years of 3RRR-FM (The Vulgar Press, 2006). He made the Overland NUW FAir Australia Prize Shortlist with his title The Occupation.

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