To celebrate their accomplishment in Friday's concert with a cookie and karaoke party because they deserve it.
To begin learning "Bridge Over Trouble Water" with correct notes, rhythms, and words through measure 34- as assessed by performance of the song in class, in order to perform it in the next concert.
To understand how the intervals M3, m3, and P4 function within music, and how to ID and perform each- as assessed by performance of each in class, and visual identification on a worksheet, so that they can apply this knowledge to the songs we sing, and build tonal skills for future singing.
KARAOKE PARTY TODAY as a reward for the concert!
Whatever they want!
We are performing "Seasons of Love" in the talent show next week. Yay!
There will be a substitute on Thursday, you will complete a worksheet about intervals.
Learn to ID the difference between a M3 and a m3 (Do Mi/Do Me, Mi Sol/Sol Mi, Do La/La Do, Fa La/La Fa) using solfege and a handout with common song associations for each interval. (question/answer and discussion)
Use the M3 on "Do, Mi" to warm up the low part of the voice
Use m3 on "Do, Me" to warm up the high part of the voice
New song "Bridge Over Troubled Water" for Awards Concert
learn mm 1-10 (or 19, if time)
- work ea. part individually and then put them together in two part, then three part harmonies.
Same as Tues
Learn the Sound of a P4 (Do Fa, Sol Do) using solfege and a handout of common song assoc. for ea. interval. (question/answer and discussion)
Use the P4 on "Do, Fa, Mi" to go down, and "Sol Do" to go up
"Bridge" mm 12 - 34
A worksheet will be handed out to be done Thursday with the substitute.
Substitute- Students will complete the interval worksheet individually. If everyone finishes, they may continue to watch "The Music Man" where they left off last time.
review P4, M3, and m3 with warm-ups
Use M3 to go down on "Zu", m3 to go up and down on"Zi" and "Zih"and P4 to go up on "Za"
"Bridge" mm 1-34