Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.5 GCSE Study Guides
This resource consists of five power points with annotated score and embedded audio extracts for each slide. The focus is on how the music elements are used in the set work, ‘3rd Movement from Brandenburg Concerto No.5 ’ by Bach.
Dynamics and Instrumentation
Rhythm, Tempo and Metre
Structure and melody
Harmony and Tonality
I tend to use the acronym DR SMITH for my study guides although went a little out of order for this particular set work as I felt the instrumentation, structure and basically navigating your way through the various loops was helpful.
The score is annotated and because each slide has an accompanying audio, the aspect of the element being discussed can be instantly heard in action. Really helpful for delivery by a teacher, but also designed for my online course enabling independent study.
If you have any problems with this resource please contact me. They were created on a MacBook Pro using Keynote and have been converted for use on a PC as a power point. You may want the Keynote versions, so just let me know.