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Discussion in 'Music' started by Rockmeamadeus, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. In our area there is a teacher at the local college who is the harmony god! If you have any other music teachers who are particularly good at this then get them to look at the papers you get back
    At A2 it seems that it is not simply getting the rules right, but also achieving a sense of style - look at the marking scheme.
  2. Billy_Budd

    Billy_Budd New commenter

    I'd second what Rockmeamadeus has said here. I always tell my students a 'clean' piece of harmony might achieve a C, but, to get any higher, it has to be clean and stylistic.
  3. pasmico

    pasmico New commenter

    Thank you very much for your reply. I have taken another look at the marking criteria and perhaps my seven students fell down on their "style". I think you are probably right in that I ought to search out a "harmony God"! What area are you in!?!?!

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