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Repertoire

An immersive teaching resource of 15 musical pieces from a range of time periods, countries and styles, with activities to diversify and enrich primary music.

Play along videos for Ukulele, Brass, Woodwind and percussion.

Welcome to the Bandroom is a project funded by Arts Council England, produced by Foden’s Band, for teachers and students of all ages to enjoy, learn and interact with, learning all about the Brass Band.

31 days of inspiring music by female composers. Free calendar to download and A2 poster available to order.

This hub brings together resources exploring the history of Black performers and composers in the UK, as well as current issues around diversity and inclusion.

A Whole Class Ensemble Teaching resource – tunes exercises and quizzes to support whole class ensembles. Including play-along backing tracks with a live band.

‘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.

A database of over 400 pieces of music written and recorded by composers and performers of Black African descent who were active before 1970.

This Black History resource reflects on music-making among enslaved people in former British colonies in the Southern US and Caribbean. Video, audio files and supporting PDF are all free to download, and designed for secondary educators.

A website created by Huntington School Music Department, York with a collection of teaching resources that we have written/created, and a blog and a podcast designed to share ideas and reach out to all the one-person Music departments. The aim of the website is to share our thinking, ideas, conversations, and resources. We want to learn from others and we want to support the growing number of one person departments.

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