1 Sing the echoes to "Welcome to Music"
Sing the echoes to "Welcome to Music"
“Welcome to Music”
26. Grand Old Duke – move, teach tempo
Echo so-mi (Poison Melody)
27. Starlight – sing, name solfa, play a game. Point to each child in turn as you sing. The last child sings what they with for.
28. Sing for Peace – sing, create movements
29. Make a Difference – sing, create movements
Tempo tells how fast or slow to play or sing. The Grand Old Duke of York was sung at 3 tempos: moderato, allegro and presto.
Moderato means to play or sing at a moderate speed
Allegro means to play or sing fast and bright
Presto means to play or sing very fast
Learn to sing "Starlight" from the note highlights
Pause at the end of each line and sing what you heard.
Do this for both the words and the solfa notes.
Play a game. Make a circle of students. (or do this on Zoom) Point to each child in turn as you sing. The last child sings what they wish for.
In-Person Learners: Create word rhythms with space words
This is suggested for in-person classes in place of learning the next two songs.
Listen to "Sing for Peace" and think of ways to move to the music
Play the video again, and try out your movements.
Sing along if you can.