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The Case Of The Missing Baton - Musical Interactive Game

The Case Of The Missing Baton - Musical Interactive Game

The great conductor Antonio Flappyarmous is about to perform in his biggest concert of the musical year. He discovers that his lucky baton has been stolen. There are 5 suspects, each from a different part of the orchestra. Solve the clues whilst learning about the instruments of the orchestra and find the baton thief. Instrumental sound examples on every slide. Help sections are included on every slide. Includes 4 topics in each; Instrument families, Solo instrument featured, Instrumental techniques and Articulation. *PRODUCT LINKS ARE GIVEN IN PDF DOCUMENT. Computer files are zip files and will need to be unzipped first. Not suitable for Mac users at this time. (Mac users can use the tablet link on the computer but cannot download the computer zip for offline use) Once unzipped select LAUNCH STORY to start the game. Tablet files need to be housed in a free app (articulate mobile player) links and instructions are provided in the PDF document for getting this the first time. Once you have this, clicking on the links launches the product instantly and easily.

By hbmusicsolutions

OCR Music, Rhythms of The World -Ao3

OCR Music, Rhythms of The World -Ao3

4 lessons for Ao3 Rhythms of The World, OCR Music. Lessons include: The Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, Israeli and Palestinian Folk Music, African Drumming, Music of Central and South America All on powerpoint, easy to use and follow the OCR text book.

By alexandrahodges

Film Music Workbook

Film Music Workbook

Film music workbook, best suited to KS3 Music students. Workbook explores the instruments of the orchestra, Sergei Prokofiev, Leitmotif, and of course, the work of John Williams, through a number of engaging, practical activities.

By busyteacher1234

Film Music-OCR GCSE Music (5 lessons)

Film Music-OCR GCSE Music (5 lessons)

5 lessons for Film Music-OCR GCSE Music Includes: Music as storyteller and mood enhancer, HALO, OUT OF AFRICA, CHARARCTERS THEMES AND EMOTIONS (Composing Leitmotifs), SYNCHORNISING MUSIC WITH ACTION Follows OCR text book, all on Powerpoint, easy to use.

By alexandrahodges

Master Builder: An original song set in Ancient Egypt

Master Builder: An original song set in Ancient Egypt

This original song has a rock 'n' roll feel to it. Suitable for Y2-8, it covers the stages of pyramid design from the original piles of stones through to the mastabas, step pyramids and ends with the Great Pyramid at Giza. It is full of facts and figures, puns and potential for actions. 'They'd float the stones on boats down the Nile They'd maybe rock'n' roll a bit but that was their style' 'Then came Cheops with his great crowd pleaser Forty million solid slabs make up the one at Giza'

By myrabarretto

Music Inspired by Historical Events Set 1 Middle School

Music Inspired by Historical Events Set 1 Middle School

EXPLORE the Stories behind these songs and how they relate their messages of Peace, Hope, Love and Freedom using the Universal Language of Music. These themes REFLECT the Struggles, Hopes and Dreams of President Abraham Lincoln and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to help ALL PEOPLE enjoy a life of FREEDOM. What You Get: ♫ Small bits of information for each song in outline form, in a newsletter format. ♫ 2 different versions of the same Crossword Puzzle. One version has a word bank. The Crossword Puzzle corresponds to the bits of information in the newsletter. Answer Key included. ♫ Written Response Worksheets for EACH song Video Performance. Response questions include: Short Answer, Multiple Choice and True and False. ♫ Answer Keys included for each written response worksheet even though some of the answers are opinions and will vary. ♫ Video Links to the following Songs ♫“We Shall Overcome” by, Dianna Ross ♫“Abraham, Martin and John” by, Dion ♫“Free At Last” from the musical Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ♫“I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing” by, The New Seekers ♫“I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke” Jingle ♫“Do You Hear What I Hear?” by, Bing Crosby ♫“Let There Be Peace On Earth” by, Vince Gill ♫“Let There Be Peace On Earth” by, The Inter-Religious Choir (Due to copyright laws no soundtrack is provided.) This resource is very FLEXIBLE Possible Uses ♪ Whole Group instruction led by the teacher ♪ Whole Packet ♪ Pick and Choose a song or 2 ♪ Individual Student Project during class instruction time ♪ Homework Assignment ♪ Leave for a substitute Great for the General Classroom Teacher to *CONNECT* the curriculum!

By DonnaMarieClancy

Music Theory - Notation-treble &bass clefs, sharps, flats, key signatures, dynamics and articulation

Music Theory - Notation-treble &bass clefs, sharps, flats, key signatures, dynamics and articulation

These resources will support your delivery of the GCSE Music syllabus and will save you hours of prep time. They will reinforce children’s knowledge of music theory around notation. How secure are your GCSE pupils with their knowledge of notation? This set of theory questions covers areas around notation including treble and bass clefs, sharps, flats, key signatures, dynamics and articulation. The accompanying power-point presentation is organised in order to work through the questions and answers together, as part of your lesson. The theory paper is worth a total of 100 marks. These resources can be used in a number of ways e.g. a homework task, end of unit assessment, music theory lesson, cover lesson etc. This pack includes; • a theory paper based around notation with each question clearly marked • an answer paper • a 74 slide power-point presentation presenting all questions and answers.

By Newtonlab