GCSE Edexcel Music Set Work Analysis: Beethoven ‘Pathetique’ (Endorsed)

Student-friendly analysis resources to ensure your class are
completely confident with their GCSE set works, and ready to
excel in the exam. Build listening skills and encourage
evaluation and reflection with a mix of guided analysis and
independent tasks.

Beethoven: ‘Pathetique‘: Set Work Analysis is endorsed for the 2016 GCSE Edexcel Music Specification.

Each pack sets the scene with essential context before working
through the set work bar by bar. Students are fully supported
with detailed notes, annotated score extracts and key term
definitions – then encouraged to reinforce and apply their
knowledge with regular consolidation questions and activities.

Following the analysis, a wealth of exam preparation:

  • Concise revision summary structured by musical element to aid
    recall of key points
  • Musical dictation exercises using extracts from the piece,
    for vital transcription training
  • Section A and Section B exam-style questions with mark
    schemes – perfect practice for the listening paper

Totally flexible – integrate into your class teaching or use for
independent learning.

GCSE Edexcel Set Work Analysis AoS1: Beethoven

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor
‘Pathétique’: 1st Movement

Beethoven’s beautiful sonata provides a fantastic
opportunity to explore Classical forms and features. This
guide analyses the first movement in depth to give students
a solid understanding of every musical element.

Excellent. Pitched at an appropriate level for KS4 students… very clear. Very useful discussion, performance and dictation exercises inviting active learning. –
T Murphy, Music Teacher and Independent Reviewer (Beethoven)

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £59
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