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Education Catalogue

We’re very proud of our long and rich tradition within educational music publishing and are delighted to be able to showcase this heritage in our Education Catalogue. We hope that this resource will help you to find out more about the titles that you already know, and highlight those hidden gems or new publications that you may not have come across before.

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esources for teachers new publications Aqa AS & A Level anthology of music This anthology of music contains scores for all three strands of set works in the AQA AS and A Level Music compulsory Area of Study (AoS1) from 2016: Baroque solo concerto (Vivaldi, Purcell and Bach); the operas of Mozart (Le nozze di Figaro); and the piano music of Chopin, Brahms and Grieg. Each work is preceded by a short introductory overview and each score is accompanied by ‘starter notes’ and analytical questions. There is space on each page for annotations and notes as you study the piece with your teacher. 0571540708 AQA AS & A Level Music Anthology Fish, Knight & Bristow £24.99 €35.05 ANTHOLOGY ANTHOLOGY AQA AS & A LEVEL ANTHOLOGY of MUSIC CHRIS FISH RICHARD BRISTOW RICHARD KNIGHT The Singing school handbook The Singing School Handbook is a how-to guide to help teachers and singing leaders working within school settings take appropriate steps towards Classroom making their school a Singing School. With universally transferable principles, suggestions School bus and strategies, this book provides a framework that applies to any educational setting or school structure from the ages of 4-11, and beyond. The The Singing Singing School School Handbook Handbook How to make your school sing Michelle James Assembly hall 0571540724 The Singing School Handbook Michelle James £12.99 €16.78 Classroom FutureDJs: How to DJ FutureDJs: How to DJ is the ultimate beginners’ guide to DJing and electronic music. In three sections: Debut, Breakthrough and Artist, FutureDJs: How to DJ HOW TO DJ Regardless of your preference for music or your purpose for starts by building your knowledge of music theory, electronic music history and learning, this book takes you from the fundamental skills like beatmatching, through to advanced mixing techniques, using effects the components of each genre of electronic music, from and House, scratching. Whatever your Techno and Trance set-up, be it a DJ controller, vinyl turntables or industry-standard CDJs, FutureDJs: How to DJ teaches you how to master your equipment. to Grime, Trap, Hip-hop and Drum and bass. It then forms strong foundations In three sections: Debut, Breakthrough and Artist, FutureDJs: How to DJ starts by building your knowledge of music theory and the history in the unique-to-the-instrument skills like beat-matching, and components before of each genre of guiding you electronic music. Then it forms strong foundations in the unique-to-theinstrument skills like beat-matching, before guiding you through the through the creative and thrilling techniques – the bass creative swap, and thrilling techniques rewinds, that drop-ins, will enable you to harness the music you love in a whole new way. With specially produced music using effects and scratching – that will enable you to harness available to download for the free, music you love every skill can be practised over and over in a range of genres from House, Techno and Trance to Grime, Trap, Hip-hop and Drum and Bass, in a whole new way. With specially produced music available helping you put in your 10,000 download for free, hours and master the decks. FutureDJs are an education focussed agency delivering DBS screened every skill can be practised over and over, helping you to and highly master qualified DJ/Music the decks. Production Tutors nationwide via peripatetic lessons. They deliver a unique programme of study created by professionals to inspire future 0571540619 FutureDJs: How to DJ talent, starting at Key Stage 2 and running through to Key Stage 5, in accordance with the new AQA and Austen & Scott Smart OCR GCSE music specifications. £20.00 €27.06 Playground Classroom Hallway Music room Austen Smart / Scott Smart HOW TO DJ coming soon Staff room 4 Faber Music Education Catalogue

Edexcel gcse music practice papers The Edexcel GCSE Music Practice Papers Teacher’s Book and CD accompanies the Edexcel GCSE Music Practice Papers and supports Component 3: Appraising. The Teacher’s book contains four Practice Papers with model answers and the mark scheme for each question. A CD with the audio tracks for all papers is also included. 0571540058 Edexcel GCSE Music Practice Papers Julia Winterson £19.99 €27.06 Teacher’s Book & CD 057154004X Edexcel GCSE Music Practice Papers Julia Winterson £9.99 €13.97 (pack of 4) resources for teachers The Piano Teacher’s Survival Guide The Piano Teacher’s Survival Guide is a comprehensive and practical guide providing essential advice for all piano teachers. Aiming to improve and develop confidence in teaching skills and piano technique, the book focuses on the best ways to support pupils and develop their love of the piano. Featuring many case studies, musical examples and problem-solving clinics, this is a rich resource of basic principles, useful tools and thought-provoking ideas. 0571539645 The Piano Teacher’s Survival Guide Anthony Williams £12.99 €16.78 Improve your teaching! Improve your teaching! is a must-have handbook for all instrumental and singing teachers. Packed full of comprehensive advice and practical strategies, it offers creative yet accessible solutions to the challenges of teaching and a modern and holistic approach to musical instruction. It applies Paul Harris’s innovative Simultaneous Learning approach to key topics including lesson preparation, aural and memory work, effective practice, improvisation and composition, sight-reading and group teaching. 0571525342 Improve your teaching! Paul Harris £9.99 €13.97 Group Music Teaching in Practice Group Music Teaching in Practice is an invaluable resource for all music leaders and teachers – both peripatetic and classroom – involved in delivering Wider Opportunities and group teaching programmes. It is packed full of practical strategies and advice to enable class teachers, instrumental teachers and music services to deliver an holistic primary music curriculum at Key Stage 2. 0571533191 Group Music Teaching in Practice Davies & Harris £24.99 €34.99 Faber Music Education Catalogue 5

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