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Instrumental & Vocal

Resources to support teaching and learning

An innovative music education programme offering free, easy-to-use, online teaching resources using Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique to engage schoolchildren with classical music through enjoyable and practical activities.

We have put together a guide to help you stage a flashmob event – an impromptu quick-fire musical gathering in a public space.

Blank sheet music to download for free.

A selection of DJ tutorial videos for teachers.

The team at Portsmouth Music Hub are using the power of inspirational music to shine an energy-saving spotlight on important environmental issues.

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.

Rules and regulations for GCSEs (9 to 1) in music.

Revision guides for all GCSE Music topics including elements of music, music appreciation, classical orchestral, dance, contemporary and world music. Covers AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas and OCR.

This e-book contains simple, easy-to-use composition tasks for learners of all experiences.

‘East End Friend’ (Robert Quigley & Alan Cameron) have composed a song called ‘Good Cop Bad Cop’ which references the global conference in Glasgow and highlights issues of climate change which delegates from across the world are tasked in addressing. The song has been made freely available to all schools for young people to listen to and sing along to. Schools may wish to create new verses and a new bridge section while retaining the ‘Good Cop Bad Cop’ chorus, however students may make any new arrangement of the song that they choose.