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Pachelbel's Canon Rock  - (Flexiband Score & Parts)

Pachelbel's Canon Rock - (Flexiband Score & Parts)

‘Pachelbel’s Canon Rock' is a fun arrangement in a rock/popular style for Training Orchestras/Bands and Flexi-Ensembles. Strong melodic and harmonic lines supported by a robust rhythm section make this suitable for any combination of players. A fantastic way to introduce your band and audience to one of the most famous pieces ever composed! The Flexi-Band Pop Series allows conductors to mix and match orchestration to meet available resources. Piano, Drum Kit, Rhythm Guitar and Bass Guitar provide strong harmonic and rhythmical support for common combinations of C, Bb, Eb, F, Viola/Bass Clef instruments including lead guitars and Nuvo instruments.
pb1685
Halloween Party. Song with percussion parts. Non-specialist and specialist.

Halloween Party. Song with percussion parts. Non-specialist and specialist.

The Halloween Party. Song with percussion parts. Non-specialist and specialist. This easy to learn song has a catchy chorus and is a lovely activity to use at the end of your Halloween day or it can be used over a few weeks to teach simple percussion parts. The percussion parts are graded in difficulty so there is something for everyone. In the teaching guide, there are audio examples of the percussion to help children play” by ear”. 1. An animated video of the song 2.A teaching guide to the percussion parts with audio PPT 3. Separate lyrics 4. Notation – lead line -guitar- 5. Notation for the percussion 6. Notation for the xylophone 7.Notation – lead line -guitar- Sibelius 8. Notation for the percussion Sibelius 9. Notation for the xylophone Sibelius 10. Halloween song vocals MP3 11. Halloween backing and percussion 12. Halloween lead line and piano 13. Index to resources
pwilloughby3
Fall Foliage Music Composition Lesson Plan

Fall Foliage Music Composition Lesson Plan

Students will compose an instrumental piece (for elementary school) or a song with lyrics and melody (middle school), using a step-by-step guide, celebrating Fall. Leaf template provided to make either a shaped composition (Concrete Poem) or to add to a wall display, bulletin board for presentation. Within 2-4 lessons, elementary school students will compose a song. In the process the student will: • Explore visual connectors between falling leaves and “falling” (descending) melodic line • Explore high to low in pitch • Use a treble staff plotting high to low lines • Learn line notes or space notes on the treble staff • Perform with attention to mood, color, tempo to reflect falling leaves Within 2-4 lessons, middle school students will compose a song. In the process the student will: • Explore “synonyms” • Plan a poem • Connect the “self” to the poem • Scan a poem for stressed syllables • Identify the pulse of the poem • Segment the poem to segment into measures • Rework a poem into lyrics • Explore basic techniques of extending, fragmenting, developing a poem into lyrics • Acquire, review or practice basic staff notation
adri_jvr
The Philosophy of Music Debate Generator! (P4C for Music Teachers) [Discussion Generator] KS3-5

The Philosophy of Music Debate Generator! (P4C for Music Teachers) [Discussion Generator] KS3-5

Download this for FREE... If you're an existing user enter the code VALUEDCUSTOMER* If you're a new user enter the code OUTSTANDINGOCT at the checkout** *Expires Oct 31st **Expires Oct 22nd! This PowerPoint contains 101 philosophical debates for the music classroom. It covers a broad array of topics: all aim to trigger philosophical debates and discussions that relate to music. Each debate slide asks students to move to one side of the room or the other to make their position clear: teachers should then use questioning to foster a debate between students, encouraging them to present reasons for their choice and defend their position. It also includes a 'randomiser' slide so that you can generate random debate topics instantly. It is aimed at students aged 12-18: as with many philosophical issues, these are engaging for young people and adults! There are many uses: -End of lesson discussions in the music classroom -Instant cover lessons for music teachers -Form-time/tutor-groups -Debating societies -Boosting SMSC in music classrooms -Boosting cross-curricular links in music classrooms -Fostering cross-curricular links to music in other subjects! Please leave a positive review if you like the download!
Maxi88
Rhythm Flashcards

Rhythm Flashcards

A set of 22 four-beat rhythms using minims, crotchets, and quavers. These flashcards can be used in a variety of ways over KS2, KS3, and KS4. * Clapping rhythms on flashcards as part of lessons on rhythmic notation * Introduction to rhythmic dictation (finding the rhythm that has just been played/clapped) * Prompts for composition ideas The flashcards can also be used in instrumental lessons to develop understanding and recognition of rhythmic notation. The flashcards can be used separately (each A4 page should be split horizontally to form two rhythm cards), or spiral bound to turn into a rhythm flip chart.
KPChappell
Musical Symbols Flashcards

Musical Symbols Flashcards

These flashcards can be used as a starter and/or plenary in KS3 and KS4, or in instrumental and/or music theory classes. Pupils match up the symbol with the corresponding name. This could be played as a simple matching exercise, or for more advanced students, turned into a game of pairs or snap.
KPChappell
Musical Instrument Flashcards

Musical Instrument Flashcards

These flashcards can be used as a starter and/or plenary in KS2 and KS3. Pupils match up the picture of the instrument with the corresponding instrument name. This could be played as a simple matching exercise, or for more advanced students, turned into a game of pairs or snap. The instruments can then be categorised into the different instrument families.
KPChappell
Mary I'm telling You Now! - VERY catchy new Christmas song

Mary I'm telling You Now! - VERY catchy new Christmas song

The Annunciation was never like this! What a dilemma, engaged to be married to Joseph - then you are told that you're gong to bear the son of God! This singable song puts a human angle on this part of the Christmas story. Please check the vocal demo - you will be singing the chorus by the end of it! Send the children to this page on my website so they can practice at home - vital to get the words out clearly. http://www.musicals4kidz.com/musicals4kidz.com/Christmas_Songs_for_Choirs.html They can also access the song on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpC0O3yViL4 Get in touch if you want any changes to key or tempo.
musicals4kidz
Creating Drum Beats In GarageBand (With/Out Dotted Rhythms)

Creating Drum Beats In GarageBand (With/Out Dotted Rhythms)

This PowerPoint presentation will help guide any lesson where you are trying to teach pupils to sequence drum beats in GarageBand both simple and complex. It includes music examples I have created which can be played straight through the PowerPoint. These examples are also backed up with screenshots of GarageBand's Piano Roll windows so pupils have a visual guide.
aled121