At Oggies Music we specialise in second-hand, refurbished and ex shop display items that we sell at internet prices. Only personal items are sold as new such as reeds and lubrication.
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This study guide can be used throughout the Edexcel A2 Music course as an effective supplement to your schoolwork. It is designed to be interactive: there is plenty of space for you to add your own margin notes and there are regular questions to help you check that you have understood what you have read. Using this guide will help you focus on what is important in each unit of your A2 Music course, and sample questions at the end of each section provide exam practice as the final weeks approach. The detailed information on the Areas of Study is written by experts in a clear and approachable style. They examine how to study music to the depth required for A2 and discuss the type of responses the examiners will look for. The Set Works for 2010 to 2012 are analysed closely, providing a clear and concise outline of the context of each of the specified works together with their key features. There are sections on performing, developing music ideas, listening and understanding, specialist options, performing and composing, and analysing music. There is guidance on essay writing including sample essays.Â Review This is an impressive package, combining real-worl examples with insightful and well-written analysis. The book is packed with useful hints and tips for exam success, as well as musical trivia to inspire and interest all who read it. --Ben England, Head of Music, The Grange School and Sports College, and Advanced Skills Teacher for Music in South Gloucestershire About the Author David Bowman was for 20 years director of music at Ampleforth College and a chief examiner for the University of London Schools Examination Board (now Edexcel) from 1982 to 1998. His publications include Sound Matters (co-authored with Bruce Cole, Schott, 1989), Aural Matters (co-authored with Paul Terry, Schott, 1993), Aural Matters in Practice (co-authored with Paul Terry, Schott, 1994), Analysis Matters (Rhinegold, Volume 1 1997, Volume 2 1998) and numerous articles for Music Teacher. He is a contributor to the Collins Classical Music Encyclopedia (2000) and author of the Rhinegold Dictionary of Music in Sound (2002). Paul Terry has taught from primary to postgraduate level, including 15 years spent as director of music at the City of London Freemens School. He was an examiner for ABRSM for nearly 30 years, and has been chief examiner in music for both OCSEB (now part of OCR) and Edexcel (for whom he pioneered the introduction of Music Technology as an A-level subject). He has also served as a member of the Secondary Examinations Council and its successor the Schools Examinations and Assessment Council, and has been employed as a music consultant for several examining boards. Pauls many publications include Musicals in Focus and a number of music study guides for Rhinegold Publishing, three books on A-level music aural published by Schott, books on music technology and group music-making for Musonix Publishing, and various articles on music education for Music Teacher, Classroom Music and other periodicals.
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