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A Level Music Revision (Eduqas)

Hello. I tried to search for good revision websites for A Level Music Revision. However, I tried to search for music revision in Save My Exams and BBC Bitesize, however, there was no A Level Music Revision there, unless I am mistaken.

Is there any good free music revision websites for Eduqas A Level Music? Please let me know!
I found this on the Eduqas website, I'm not sure how useful it would be though
https://resources.eduqas.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2060
I think your best bet would probably be buying a revision guide.
Original post by flowersinmyhair
I found this on the Eduqas website, I'm not sure how useful it would be though
https://resources.eduqas.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2060
I think your best bet would probably be buying a revision guide.

What revision guides will be good, and what revision guides are not good? Thanks for the answer, by the way! :smile:
Original post by flowersinmyhair
I found this on the Eduqas website, I'm not sure how useful it would be though
https://resources.eduqas.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2060
I think your best bet would probably be buying a revision guide.

What revision guides do you recommend and are good, and what revision guides do you not recommend and are not good? Thank you for the answer, by the way! :smile:
Original post by Urian Azrael
What revision guides do you recommend and are good, and what revision guides do you not recommend and are not good? Thank you for the answer, by the way! :smile:
I don't know I don't do A-level music, would it be possible to ask your teacher?
Original post by flowersinmyhair
I don't know I don't do A-level music, would it be possible to ask your teacher?

I am in the holidays, I will ask him after the holidays finish!
Hi guys,

I've found that there are very limited resources for this exam board, which is why there is always a struggle with this paper. But Tom Pankhurst has done lots of YouTube videos on Haydn 104 and the development of the symphony questions. His website also has analysis of ALL the key symphonies, scores, audios and WCT composition help (bit late but still lol). There are also good notes on Mendelssohn 4, but you'd have to search that up in a tab with his name attached to find it... I'll see if I can link it here.

As for revision guides, I bought mine from amazon and found that it was good for content and some practice questions, but in the overall scheme of things was not THAT helpful. Tom's websites and videos are the way to go.


Hope this helps :smile:

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