GCSE Edexcel Set Work Analysis AoS1: J S Bach: Third Movement from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major
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.
The quality of the writing... [and] extended writing questions are excellent
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
An extremely helpful guide...
...a good mixture of wider listening examples...
...a powerful tool for students to develop their skills
Totally flexible – integrate into your class teaching or use for independent learning.
|GCSE Edexcel Set Work Analysis AoS1: J S Bach: Third Movement from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major||
Over time, the Brandenburg Concertos have become one of the best regarded examples of orchestral writing, displaying masterful control and manipulation of Baroque concerto principles, with the fifth concerto a stepping stone towards the solo keyboard concerto. Engage students and inspire them in their own exploration of Bach with this flexible pack of analysis, exam-focused activities and advice that is accessible for students from all musical backgrounds.
What do teachers say about this resource? (8399)
The quality of the writing is excellent... The analysis of the piece is accurate... The author clearly has excellent musical knowledge and excellent knowledge of the specification... Definitions of music terms are explained well throughout the resource... The revision games are really good and so is the AfL section near the back. The extended writing questions are also excellent.
A comprehensive overview of this set work! Activities are then used to cement this understanding through ‘matching’ tasks and other activities which could easily be used as a starter or plenary within lessons... The example questions, musical excerpts and listening guidance would work extremely well, giving students the skills they will need to get full marks in sections relating to this set work. As a source and guide for use of musical vocabulary this resource is invaluable. The clear way that key terminology is identified, referenced and defined makes it a powerful tool for students to develop their skills in using musical vocabulary in their exam answers and general musical analysis. There is a good mixture of wider listening examples... There are only limited tools out there for this new specification and this is one of the most usable and comprehensive I have come across yet! An extremely helpful guide for J.S Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no.5!