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Music Education
Resources by Paula Downes, a lot of music by Andrew Downes

KS3, Middle, Secondary & High School Resources

Cross-Curricular, Multicultural, Singing, Appreciation, History and Music Theory.

Cross-Curricular projects:

Climate Change
Cross-curricular Resources for all ages

Ballads for Christmas
Singing, animation, poetry analysis and writing, music analysis, art projects


Thomas Hardy
Analysis of 2 poems
Musical Film Adaptations
Drama/Film-making/Animation task

First World War
The lead-up to to the war
Introduction to Wilfred Owen 
Musical Film adaptations of his poetry

Drama/Film-making/Animation task

Gibraltar
Singing, Music Video, Poetry and Music Analysis, Composition, Documentary and Film-making, History

Piano by D.H.Lawrence
Poetry analysis & Writing
Music Analysis & Composition
Class Presentations 

Andrew Downes: English Composer
World Music, Sacred Music, Biography, Fun facts, quizzes and more 

The Dancers of Huai-nan
Chinese Music and Dance, Tourism, Climate Change, Class Presentations, Composition 

Different settings of
'O vos omnes'

Victoria, Gesualdo, Casals, 
Downes, Kachelmeier

12 Bar Blues

Far from the Madding Crowd
Opera based on the novel by Thomas Hardy

The Ballad of St Kenelm
Legend, poetry, music, acting, activities

Odysseus & the Cyclops
Children's Opera

Graphic Scores
Art & Music

Samba Drumming

Bionic Bodies
3 Music Lessons


Music Theory:

The Elements of Music

Rhythm


Pitch

Dynamics

Tempo

Scales and Keys

Time Signatures

Intervals

Articulation

Chords

Form/Structure

Modes



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Resources by Paula Downes, a lot of music by Andrew Downes



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