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Unit 4 - Highs & Lows
Unit 5 - Structure
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Unit 8 - Variations
Unit 9 - Blues Music
Unit 10 - Pop Songs
Unit 11 - Reggae
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Unit 12 - Folk Music
Unit 13 - Gamelan
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Unit 14 - Film Music
Unit 15 - Musical Stories
Unit 16 - Samba
Unit 17 - Hooks & Riffs (Funky Town)
Unit 18 - Pop Riffs
Unit 19 - Pop Song (band)
Unit 20 - Rock & Roll
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Year 7 - Cycle 1 Listening Assessment
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Listen to the first video - The Royal March of the Lion
What is the first instrument you hear?
In addition to that instrument, which other section of the orchestra can you hear?
How would you describe the speed of the opening section?
It stays the same
It gets faster
It gets slower
It changes between faster and slower
Listen to the second video - The Tortoise
Which instrument do you hear first?
Which family of instruments play the melody?
How would you describe the tempo?
Listen to the third video - The Aviary
Which instruments play first?
Which instrument represents the bird?
How would you describe the dynamics of this piece?
Listen to the fourth video - Fossils
What percussion instrument plays the main theme?
What technique do the string instruments use in the accompaniment?
Using the bow (arco)
A mixture of both
How would you describe the tempo of this piece?
Listen to the fifth video - The Swan
Which String instrument plays the melody in this piece?
Which instruments play the accompaniment?
How would you describe the melody?
Short and detached (staccato)
Long and flowing (legato)
A mixture of the two
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