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Set Work Analysis and Activities: And the Glory of the Lord
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'And the Glory of the Lord'

GCSE Music: Set Work Analysis and Activities 

Complete guide specifically for GCSE Edexcel Area of Study 1.
Comprehensive analysis of this part of Handel's most famous work, Messiah, for GCSE Edexcel Music.

  • Differentiated performing and composing tasks
  • Exam-style questions for sections A & B, with mark schemes & glossary
  • Extracts from the score to aid understanding
  • Useful cross-curricular links with Religious Studies: Biblical references for each section

Improve vocabulary and musical theory for B—D students, plus clear descriptions of what is needed to achieve an A*.

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (3505)
"[I particularly like] the composition information - particularly linking the specific criteria to the ideas in Handel's music." — N Screen, Head of Music at The Castle School and Independent Reviewer

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