A Level Edexcel Music: Wider Listening and Unfamiliar Music: Fusions

A Level Edexcel Music: Wider Listening and Unfamiliar Music: Fusions

Prepare students for Section B of the exam with these comprehensive guides.

Introduce

  • Contextual information provided on all relevant periods sets the scene
  • Introductory vocabulary broken down by musical element gives students a foundation for study

Analyse

  • Thorough analysis of the genre using Edexcel’s musical elements ensures all aspects are covered
  • Keywords are defined throughout, and a full glossary reinforce the essential terminology
  • Learning activities get students familiar with the music and teach analysis skills

Assess

  • Information about the exam shows students exactly what to expect
  • Concise revision summaries for each period and piece bring it all together
  • Exam-style questions give students the practice they need. Plus! Sample essays annotated by AO3 and AO4 show them how to gain marks!


Analyses Edexcel’s Musical Elements:

  • Organisation of pitch
  • Tonality
  • Structure
  • Sonority
  • Texture
  • Tempo, metre and rhythm

Area of Study 5: Fusions

Explore the full depth and breadth of this diverse Area of Study. This inclusive guide elucidates international terms, genres and styles, with wide-ranging examples from gamelan ballet to new flamenco.

Features detailed analyses of representative fusion pieces organised by musical element:

  • Gloria Estefan – ‘Con los Años Que Me Quedan’
  • Paul Simon and Joseph Shabalala – ‘Homeless’
  • Benjamin Britten – Prelude to the Prince of the Pagodas
  • Paco de Lucía – ‘Antonia’
  • Ravi Shankar and Jean-Pierre Rampal – ‘Morning Love’

Plus! Includes a wealth of other international styles including Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Celtic, bhangra, habanera, samba, salsa and tango, for a wide-ranging understanding.

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

Price is £74
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