AQA AS Music Revision Guide


Author: Richard Bristow,Richard Knight
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 1783239557
Category: Music
Page: 136
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AQA AS Music Revision Guide outlines the information you need to know for the written exam (Appraising music) for your AS Level Music. This is for exams first teaching 2016 onwards. It includes: - The key terms, elements of music and stylistic features you are expected to know for each Area of Study - Notes on the set works for AoS1: Western Classical music 1650-1910 - Advice and practice questions to work through during your revision time - Answers to help you check your work - A glossary of the technical terms you need to know

AQA A Level Revision Guide


Author: Richard Bristow,Richard Knight
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 178759016X
Category: Study Aids
Page: 160
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This AQA A Level Revision Guide outlines the information you need to know for the written exam (Appraising music) for your A Level Music - For exams 2018 onwards. It includes: - The key terms, elements of music and stylistic features you are expected to know for each Area of Study - Notes on the set works for AoS1: Western Classical music 1650-1910 - Advice and practice questions to work through during your revision time - Answers to help you check your work - A glossary of the technical terms you need to know

AQA GCSE Music Study Guide


Author: Andrew Coxon,Paul Terry
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 1783238739
Category: Music
Page: 256
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The AQA GCSE Music Study Guide is a definitive study guide for the 'reformed' GCSE (9-1) specification. Written by experts, this comprehensive guide covers all components of the GCSE; 'Performing', 'Composing' and 'Understanding Music'. This edition contains full coverage of the study pieces for all four areas of study, gives background information and advice on answering questions on ‘unfamiliar’ repertoire, offers comprehensive support for 'Composing' tasks, gives advice on how to tackle 'Performing', explains what to expect in the exam and introduces the musical language, elements and contexts that AQA expects students to know.

AQA AS Music Study Guide


Author: Richard Knight
Publisher: Music Sales
ISBN: 9781780380636
Category: Music
Page: 112
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A/AS Level study & revision guides (4KLR)

Student's Guide to A2 Music

For the Aqa Specification
Author: Paul Terry,David Bowman
Publisher: Rhinegold Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1904226620
Category: Music
Page: 82
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Verdammt in alle Ewigkeit

Roman
Author: James Jones
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104036683
Category: Fiction
Page: 960
View: 3047

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Ein weltberühmter Klassiker der amerikanischen Nachkriegsliteratur, der seinen Siegeszug um die Welt antrat und kurz nach Erscheinen verfilmt wurde. Erzählt wird die Geschichte des einfachen amerikanischen Soldaten Priwitt, der mit seiner Kompanie auf Hawaii stationiert ist. Weil er glaubt, auch als Soldat ein Anrecht auf eine menschliche Behandlung zu haben, beginnt eine erbitterte Auseinandersetzung zwischen ihm und seinem Vorgesetzten. ›Verdammt in alle Ewigkeit‹ zeichnet ein schonungsloses Porträt der amerikanischen Armee auf Hawaii kurz vor der Katastrophe. Mit dem Fall japanischer Bomben auf Pearl Harbor tritt Amerika in den Zweiten Weltkrieg ein.

Das Spionagespiel

Roman
Author: Michael Frayn
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
ISBN: 3446255273
Category: Fiction
Page: 224
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Mitten im Krieg spielen zwei Kinder Krieg: Im harmlosen Nachbarn erkennen Keith und Stephen einen Mörder, im Boden unter ihnen vermuten sie Geheimgänge, und ein leer stehendes Haus kommt ihnen höchst verdächtig vor. Doch auf einmal entwickelt ihr Spiel eine unheimliche Dimension: Keiths schöne, kultivierte Mutter hat nämlich tatsächlich etwas zu verbergen ...

Ein Geheimnis

Roman
Author: Philippe Grimbert
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518735608
Category: Fiction
Page: 154
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Philippe ist fünfzehn, als ihm Louise, eine Freundin der Familie, ein über Jahre gehütetes Geheimnis enthüllt. Die Grimberts sind Juden und haben das Leben im besetzten Paris keineswegs so unbeschadet überstanden, wie sie Philippe bislang glauben machen wollten. Der als Einzelkind aufgewachsene Philippe wird an eine von allen verdrängte Vergangenheit seiner Familie herangeführt, in der es den großen Bruder seiner Phantasie tatsächlich gegeben hat.

AS Music Composition Workbook


Author: Alan Charlton,Robert Steadman
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 0857125583
Category: Music
Page: 80
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Exam boards: Edexcel, AQA, OCR The AS Music Composition Workbook will help students gain the necessary skills and confidence to write a successful composition for AS music. It assumes a GCSE level understanding of composition, and offers a series of exercises focusing on developing musical ideas, textures, word-setting, harmonisation and orchestration. There is also detailed advice on how to write effectively for a variety of instruments and how to plan a composition.

GCE AS Travel and Tourism Single Award for AQA


Author: Alan Marvell,Peter Hayward
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435446574
Category: Tourism
Page: 150
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Exactly what you need for the new GCEs in Travel and Tourism These four student books are matched to every type of AS Level GCE course students can take - whether it is a single award or double award with Edexcel or OCR. Pitched at just the right level for GCE candidates, with accessible style and content. Written by an experienced author team to give tutors absolute confidence in the quality of the content. Fully covers all the units students need for either a single or a double award. In full colour.

Writing about Music Workbook


Author: Alistair Wightman
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 0857125656
Category: Music
Page: 96
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Suitable for exam boards: Edexcel, AQA, OCR, WJEC The Writing about Music Workbook will develop students' skills in writing about music for AS, A2 and undergraduate level. Exercises appear at every stage to challenge and provide examination practice for students. These range from naming musical features and spotting grammatical errors to devising essay plans and analysing sample answers. Beginning with fundamental writing requirements, this workbook moves the student on to describing the features of a musical work, as well as how to make comparisons and contrasts between specified pieces. There is advice on how to approach research, what to retain and reject, and how to structure an essay. Detailed, analytical and dissertation-style essays are addressed, as well as writing programme notes. The Writing About Music Workbook promotes the development of skills which will be of use in many areas of academic life: collecting information, selecting relevant material, presenting arguments for and against particular propositions, and expressing ideas effectively and correctly in English. "Wightman has achieved just the right tone, with very clear explanations... I would feel confident giving it to pupils to read in their own time, as it’s very easy for them to work from it, making it a useful resource to reinforce the comments I write on their essays... I think it's probably one of the most genuinely useful books of its type." - Russell Millard, Head of Academic Music, Charterhouse

AS Music Literacy Workbook


Author: Rebecca Berkley
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
ISBN: 0857125648
Category: Music
Page: 96
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Exam boards: Edexcel, AQA, OCR, WJEC The AS Music Literacy Workbook will develop students’ notational skills to the level necessary to succeed in the exam. This workbook explains the notation of a wide variety of instrumental techniques, and includes a whole chapter devoted to score reading. Students will be able to read and understand any classical, jazz, pop or guitar scores they might come across during their AS studies and beyond. The workbook emphasises learning by doing. It includes numerous scorereading exercises based on jazz and classical music, which encourage students to cross-reference their knowledge. The workbook builds towards a series of exercises and model answers, allowing students to check their work. This workbook is tailor made for anyone wanting to develop a ?rm grounding in music theory to AS level, but is also a refreshing new resource for candidates preparing for higher grade exams in music theory, BTEC National and Scottish Higher Grade Music. Rebecca Berkley is a freelance writer and musician, and is a music education consultant. She has taught percussion to students of all ages, both as a private teacher and as a workshop leader, and published percussion music. She is also a choral conductor, running several choirs and directing music festivals with her husband. After starting her career as a music teacher in secondary schools, she became a lecturer in music education at the University of Southampton and the Institute of Education, University of London. Her PhD thesis focused on how GCSE students learn to compose, and how best to teach them. She is the co-author of Rhinegold’s Edexcel GCSE Music Listening Tests (Book 3) and contributes as a freelance writer to Classroom Music Magazine.