Musical Elements & Concepts: Aural Skills. STUDENT BOOK
Musical Elements and Concepts: Aural Skills, Student Book, is a concise overview of the elements or concepts of music with Mind Maps as the main teaching tool. The book is highly descriptive on each component of the elements or concept discussed. The printed book features an embedded electronic book where soundbites can be accessed through a web player. The Soundbites are a complementary set of targeted digital excerpts for selected key terms.
Musical Elements & Concepts: Aural Skills. STUDENT WORKBOOK
Musical Elements and Concepts: Aural Skills, Student Workbook, a workbook with Concepts Check and Listening Activities for all of the main and related elements or concepts of music. An added chapter with extra engaging activities for an overview of the content is provided. The eBook provides tracks and links of excerpts to accompany the text’s listening activities. Excerpts cover a wide variety of musical styles, including contemporary Australian music.
Musical Elements & Concepts: Aural Skills. TEACHER RESOURCE
Musical Elements and Concepts: Aural Skills: Teacher Resource is a helpful resource to be used as a guide and to accompany the Musical Elements and Concepts: Aural Skills: Student Workbook. It consists of suggested answers for concept checks and chapter review questions; general questions for each element or concept; details and listening activities for additional suggested listening activities; detailed answers to the Musical elements and concepts activities, overview of all elements or concepts and extra teaching activity ideas.
Improvisation (a comprehensive guide to spontaneous music making)
Using succinct explanations, details examples, and profound exercises, Improvisation: A Comprehensive Guide to Spontaneous Music-Making takes the reader on a journey through the world of improvisation. In this resource you will learn not just how to construct the melodies of your improvisations, but how to arrange that material into fully structured performances, how to improvise in groups, how to give your music character, and so much more. Styles as broad as Jazz, Blues, Rock, Classical, Free Improvisation, and even Indian Classical music are used to demonstrate the array of fundamental skills that are explored throughout the book.
Zeal Arts Mind Map posters provide an overview, and/or a detailed description of the concepts of music. These posters are engaging for any classroom and can be appreciated and built upon to cater for any secondary school stage.
There are twelve kinds: