1 Learn Body Percussion Sequence Leeson 7 with Cristian: "Ode to Joy"
Learn body percussion to "Ode to Joy" with Cristian.
In this lesson, you will:
Read the rhythms.
Practice reading the body percussion from the score.
Review the sign language.
Read the words to the "Compost" song.
What is the song describing?
Watch and listen to the song, "Compost."
What kinds of things did you see that you could compost?
Watch the notation video for the song "Compost."
The song “Compost” is built over an ostinato.
An ostinato is a repeated pattern.
The ostinato is given at the beginning and the end of the song.
Cooking, heating, rotting, soil it becomes.
Play the song again, and sing the ostinato at the beginning and the end of the song.
Can you sing the whole song?
If you can print the worksheet, you can print it.
If you can't print, number a piece of paper from 1-10.
List 10 things that you can put in a compost. Illustrate your list.
Dynamics tell us if music is loud or soft.
Watch the video to learn about dynamics.
Download and complete the Dynamics Worksheet.
Write the Italian dynamics words out on a piece of paper from softest to loudest and draw the symbol beside it.
Play along with the video.
If you need to slow the video, use the gear tool.
Choose whether to play with body percussion, instruments or found sounds.
Listen to Concerto in Bb by Handel.
Take a piece of paper, and answer some of the questions about the music.
1. Name some instruments you hear.
2. Is the music quiet or loud, or in between? Write a dynamics word that describes if the music is loud or soft.
3. How does the music make you feel?