Do you study Music at school or university?

Are you a Music teacher?

YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE!

This site is specifically designed for Music Students and Music Teachers who want an extensive list of specific aural examples at their fingertips.

STUDENTS – Pass this site on to your teachers!

Inside, you will find organised and referenced examples of any compositional device you can think of. If you’re looking for a specific example of a modulation, it’s here. Looking for an example of an accelerando? It’s here. Ice-cream chords? It’s here. Diminution?

IT’S HERE!

Inside, we have practice exam questions (complete with expected responses and marking guidelines – download sample below), various different listening guides, worksheets and games.

 

Sample Practice Exam – DOWNLOAD

A 15 minute exam question based on ‘Money’ by Pink Floyd. The focus concepts are DURATION and TONE COLOUR.

 

Sample Listening Task (Duration) – DOWNLOAD

15 DURATION questions based on 15 different listening examples. They are listed and linked in order, making it easy for a teacher to play them one after the other, while students answer the questions. The task could also be completed individually by the student.

 

This site is not only useful for senior and university Music students, but invaluable for younger elective classes too.

As a K-12 Music teacher myself, I created this resource out of necessity. There is nothing like this anywhere!


Click on the links to the left to see

a few EXAMPLES of what you’ll find inside….

or click here for subscription costs


Each example has a link to enable you to listen immediately on YouTube and if you are a teacher, the album name and label it was released on is there for you – along with an alert for explicit lyrics!

Email us at admin@conceptsofmusic.com.au to find out more about what the site offers, or if you have any questions regarding subscription.

 

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