- students have a choice to play a string, brass or woodwind instrument
- students are encouraged to sing in the chorus
- students study different composers and genres of music throughout the school year
- students will create a 12-bar blues song using the i-pad
listen to Ms. Keefe's's class sing partner songs ( September 2019)
- Listen to Ms. Hulsman's class sing Witches Stew (October 2019)
- Listen to this piece of program music and either draw a picture or write what you think the composer is trying to have you picture in your mind. I will tell you the title next week.
Here is a link to the title of the audio program music I posted last week.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FNUd6nu2YXNPKOw86B850T747duSEo2t/view?usp=sharing
ERIE CANAL: Here are parts I &II at the beginning and Parts I &II at the end that we recorded in class. Try and learn your parts while you are home. I apologize for the piano part. I had to play from memory. My music is at school
SING A RAINBOW:
- Part I
Math Problems 4-9-2020
answers to math questions; 1. 5 1/2 2. 7 3. 3 4. 4 5. 2
- If you have access to garage band try this lesson. If you can download your composition, send it to me at email@example.com.
I would love to hear what you created. GARAGE BAND
- 3rd, 4th and 5th grade: I hope you enjoyed the lesson on Beethoven. I want to introduce you to his 6th symphony, also known as the Pastoral Symphony. Beethoven was a lover of nature and took many walks. The 6th symphony describes the feelings he felt when taking these walks. I thought this symphony is appropriate to listen to since many of us have been taking long walks through the woods and around neighborhoods just like Beethoven. The Symphony was completed in 1808. It consists of 5 movements and the entire symphony is about 40 minutes in duration.
I’ve attached the link to someone’s modern interpretation of the 2nd movement. When you go on your walks listen for the sounds of nature and pretend to be Beethoven. PASTORAL