Students will not only build their understanding of the sound and style of music in the romantic era, but will also be taught how to hone their critical listening skills to eventually compose and perform their own romantic music.
Have you ever wondered what the music of the romantic era sounds like? This course is structured using the elements of music and focuses on building students' listening, performance and composition skills, integrating all of the skills needed to prepare for a GCSE music qualification. The listening lessons focus on one element in relation to romantic music and allow students to develop their critical listening skills through a series of listening and short written exercises, including a GCSE-style listening test. Each listening lesson is then followed by a practical lesson which sees students applying their knowledge through performing romantic music and composing their own music in romantic styles. By the end of the course, students will have a comprehensive knowledge of the sound and style of music of the romantic era, as well as a completed romantic performance and composition.
12 HOURS Total Length
Sonority Performance and Composition
Tonality and Melody Listening
Tonality and Melody Performance and Composition
Harmony Performance and Composition
Tempo, Rhythm and Metre Listening
Tempo, Rhythm and Metre Performance and Composition
Texture Performance and Composition
Structure Performance and Composition
Rory is a music fanatic! With a number of years teaching music in the classroom, Rory now also works closely with individuals and small groups to help develop their skills and work towards their learning targets.