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Instrumental & Vocal

Resources to support teaching and learning

Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

Friday Afternoons is about encouraging young people to sing. Our newly composed songs and support material aim to help teachers develop their students’ skills – as performers, listeners and composers.

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A free rhythm grid to help you get started with making funk or drum ‘n’ bass music in your lessons.

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Celebrate Refugee Week  2017 by singing Grumpy Sheep Music’s “One World to Share”

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A Piano Method for older beginners 11+ and adults. This method introduces the pedal straight away and is ideal for teenagers and adults.
The music is fun and includes modern, popular, classical and jazz styles including some improvisation.

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Short learning resources to support beginner practice at home.

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No Place Like is a new piece of music written especially for Ten Pieces by composer Kerry Andrew celebrating home and what it means to us. The song takes inspiration from words submitted by children from across the UK. This step-by-step guide will help you to teach the piece to your children even if you have little – or no – music experience.

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In Harmony aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, through the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making

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In the Gap! is an exciting new resource designed to allow teachers to introduce basic improvisation and creative music into their lessons

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Report of the findings from OHMI Teaching Pilot and recommendations for both policy and practice.

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Explore case studies drawn from a wide range of contexts, including school classrooms, early years settings and community locations.

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Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

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