This resource contains all of the information that students need to analyse Take Five by Paul Desmond.
This a work that is frequently used as one of the two works needed for Level 1 Music Works.
It could also be used as preparation for NCEA L1 Materials of Music.
Because the “score” is a lead sheet with chords, the resource is particularly useful as a work to be studied by students whose music strengths are aural / oral rather than written.

T5 Drum riff
The student completes questions in the workbook as each powerpoint slide is viewed

T5 wb drums

T5 Chords

T5 Wb harmony
The music is in Eâ™­minor, but the score for this unit has been transposed to E minor. The audio files are still in the original key.

T5 Form

T5 Wb form
The workbook contains information on the drum and saxophone improvisations.
T5 Score

The score consists of the melody line and chords.

One of the practical activities that the students undertake is to play the opening section using a combination of keyboard, guitar and drums.

The resource consists of:

Student workbook (33 pages)
Model answers for many activities
Interactive power point which link to the workbook
Assessment task and schedule (student) and a second (teacher) task containing expected responses
Practical, literacy-based and revision activities

Because of audio and video content within the power points,
it is not possible for the files to be sent electronically.

On payment they will be dispatched to the purchaser within 5 working days.
The entire resource will mailed on a CD.

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