1 Sing the echoes in "Welcome to Music"
Sing the echoes in "Welcome to Music"
“Welcome to Music”
Echo so-mi patterns
16. Time to Play – compose/play rhythm
14. Tony Chestnut – teach tempo terms, tempo activity
Listening Resource Kit 2: #8: Hungarian Dance No. 5, Brahms
Review #11 John Jacob Jingleheimer
Optional for Canadian Thanksgiving
15. Thanks a Lot!
17. I’m the Fastest Turkey – adapt
Learn to sing the song, "Time to Play"
Watch the notes highlights video.
Play the video again, and sing along with the lyrics and the solfa.
Find things at home to use for instruments
For woods: wooden spoons
For metals: two spoons
For drum: a bucket or a bowl
For shakes/scrapes: fill a small container with rice or macaroni.
Improvise with instruments during the B and C sections of the song.
Improvising means to make up the music as you go along.
Use the rhythm composition tool to write a rhythm.
When your composition is complete, copy it onto a piece of paper.
Then, go back to the video of the song, and play your composition as the B, C sections of the song.
Review the song, "John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt"
Play the video again and sing along.
If you dynamics cards last week, hold up the correct card when you sing.
Optional: Thanks a Lot! (for Canadian Thanksgiving)
Watch the video and do the movements suggested by the words of the song.
Play it again and sing along.
Optional: I'm the Fastest Turkey. (for Canadian Thanksgiving)
Sing the echoes while you watch the kids play the game.
If you have a brother or sister at home, you play this as a "race" game.
Sing the song, then race to the finish!