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I haven't found anyone studying A-level Music so far!
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I haven't found anyone studying A-level Music so far!
you've found someone now
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you've found someone now
Have you got any good revision notes/resources like powerpoints or just good sheets and stuff
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Have you got any good revision notes/resources like powerpoints or just good sheets and stuff
Unfortunately not. For every set work, I've made an A3 poster with key points on context, dynamics, rhythm, tempo, metre, sonority, melody, texture and harmony. My teacher told me that this is a good revision method, but I'm not really sure about it.
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That's kind of what I did for GCSE but the information still didn't go into my head !!
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