Ten Pieces Party Live Lesson
Exploring the building blocks of composition
This Ten Pieces Party Live Lesson features the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Clark Rundell and globally acclaimed pianist and composer Julian Joseph.
The lesson is aimed at Key Stage 2/2nd Level pupils and is hosted by CBBC presenters Karim Zeroual and Lauren Layfield.
It's geared towards children with little or no musical experience and is designed to provide them with the simple tools and skills to try out musical composition for themselves.
The programme explores aspects of rhythm, melody, tempo and dynamics through three pieces of music from BBC Ten Pieces:
This edited programme was first streamed live to schools in September 2016.
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How to use this resource
Check out our lesson guide for teachers and print out the student activity sheets below.