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Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C, Op.53 ‘Waldstein’, 1st Movement

Analysis summary, Form and Structure table, Exploring the First Page Score Activity and Knowledge Organiser

Haydn: Symphony No.94 in G, ‘Surprise’, 2nd Movement

Analysis summary, Form and Structure table and Knowledge Organiser

 

 

Billie Holiday: All or Nothing at All: (i) Cheek to Cheek, (ii) All or Nothing at All, (iii) I Didn’t Know what Time it Was

Analysis summary including key musical features by song timing, scores of some “jazz standards” and Knowledge Organiser

Sarah Vaughan: Sarah Vaughan at Mister Kelly’s/Live at Newport: (i) How High the Mood, (ii) I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter, (iii) Sophisticated Lady

Analysis summary including key musical features by song timing, scores of some “jazz standards” and Knowledge Organiser

 

 

J. S. Bach: Magnificat in D, BWV.243, from movt 1 (chorus, Magnificat) to movt 6 (duet, Et Misericordia)

Analysis summary, and musical analysis of each movement together with Knowledge Organiser

Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique - March to the Scaffold

Overview of work including sectional analysis together with Knowledge Organiser

 

 

Richard Strauss: Don Juan

Overview of work including sectional analysis together with Knowledge Organiser

Bartók: Violin Concerto No.2, 1st Movement

Analysis summary, Form and Structure table and Knowledge Organiser