Ian Burton: OCR GCSE Music Listening Tests - 2nd Edition

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Catalogue No: RHG263
Format: Books | Aural
For examination in 2011 onward

This book contains a series of questions that will help you to prepare fully for Unit 4 (Listening Test) of your GCSE exam. It has been carefully written by an experienced teacher and examiner to match the requirements of the new OCR GCSE Music specification (for first teaching in 2009). It can be used for coursework or for revision and preparation in the final weeks before your exam.

Key features

  • Listening questions that test your knowledge of Areas of Study 2, 3 and 4: Shared Music, Dance Music and Descriptive Music.
  • Composing and performing ideas related to the music that you hear
  • Helpful hints and advice to enable you to do your best
  • A comprehensive glossary that explains all of the terms you need to know.
The Teacher's Guide (RHG264), providing answers to all of the questions and a full track listing, is also available. All tracks for these tests are available to download from iTunes. Please see track listings here. Click here for instructions on how to use iTunes to download the tracks.
Ian Burton is Music Development Manager for the City of Nottingham Education Department. He has held posts in many areas of music education, including senior lecturer at Huddersfield University and course leader for PGCE secondary-music at Bath Spa University College. Ian is a member of the QCA Music Development Group and an inspector for Ofsted. He has been principal examiner in composing for OCR A-level music, a subject adviser for AQA GCSE music, and has been involved with the development of specifications for GCSE and A-level music. He is active as a conductor/composer/arranger with particular interest in creating material for schools.

ISBN: 9781906178925
Published on: 26 February 2010
No of pages: 80
Language: English
Publisher: Rhinegold Education
 
     
       

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        This book is very useful for someone studying GCSE Music, however it should be more clearly put in the description that the book does not come with a CD. You have to purchase the tracks that accompany the questions separately from iTunes as an imix and it costs £35! That makes the whole package £50. If you're prepared to pay that then fine but make sure you understand before you order that you have to pay another £35 when you receive the book otherwise it is completely useless.
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