Category «music»

Year9year9

GCSE or Btec Students who choose to take music further at year 9 will be given an in depth introduction to various aspects of music. The scheme of work (amongst other topics) covers: Minimalism Song writting Performance and ensemble skills Music Technology Popular music Music theory    

Year 8

Students follows a programme of study that introduces the elements of music and introduces several different skills including: Introduction to playing the guitar Playing the Blues Developing keyboard skills Reggae Melody Music Technology Each student will receive a booklet that contains all of the resources for the year. This will give expecations for the topic …

Year10deadlines

Year 10 – Summary of deadlines   By the end of term you must have done the following:   A complete new composition. CHOOSE from Reggae or Experimental Music.   A score or commentary for your piece.   A brief document for your piece.   A recording of your piece.   A coursework level ENSEMBLE …

Year10year10

  Welcome to the year 10 webpage. Please follow the links below. Year 10 Deadlines Vocabulary Building Variations        

Year 7

Students follows a programme of study that introduces the elements of music and introduces several different skills including: African Drumming Ukulele playing Keyboard skills Notation reading Singing Rhythm composition Film music Each student will receive a booklet that contains all of the resources for the year. This will give expecations for the topic as well …

Wilko4

Triadic – The melody uses the notes of the chord like an arpeggio. Listen again here          

Extra-Curricular Music at Hinchingbrooke School

Hinchingbrooke has a strong and proud history of making music in a wide range of styles. There are lots of ways to take part in music at Hinchingbrooke. As well as your class lessons, there are clubs and activities that take place during lunchtimes and after school. We celebrate our music-making in termly showpiece concerts …

Violin

The Violin It is in the string family It is played in orchestras, string quartets and also in folk music