BAND CHORUS AGENDA November 18 December 6 2019

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BAND & CHORUS AGENDA November 18 -December 6, 2019

BAND & CHORUS AGENDA November 18 -December 6, 2019

Band Learning Expectations Times Framework Core Instruction 5 minutes Unpack Instruments Prepare instrument and

Band Learning Expectations Times Framework Core Instruction 5 minutes Unpack Instruments Prepare instrument and music for use at Seat 15 minutes Individual Warm-Up 45 minutes Work Period (Whole Group) 15 minutes Assessment Activating Strategy—Warm-up, Play with recordings, remain seated Vocabulary Review Group Warm-up and Book Exercises Music Rehearsal Pass-off Materials, Individual (Individual and Small Group) 5 minutes Pack Up Pack up, put away instrument and materials

STANDARDS • MSIB. PR. 1 Sing alone or with others. a. Sing to recognize

STANDARDS • MSIB. PR. 1 Sing alone or with others. a. Sing to recognize fundamentals of tone production. b. Sing to match pitch. c. Sing to reinforce breathing, use of the air stream. • MSIB. PR. 2 Perform on instruments through a varied repertoire of music, alone and with others. a. Demonstrate characteristic tone quality utilizing playing technique (e. g. proper embouchure, playing position, posture, breathing techniques, articulation, appropriate percussion technique). b. Demonstrate proper warm-up techniques (e. g. long tones, lip slurs, chorales, major scales, chromatic scale, technical exercises). c. Demonstrate ensemble skills through performance of musical literature (e. g. dynamic expression, style, blend and balance, steady tempo, rhythmic accuracy, intonation, rehearsal etiquette). d. Respond to the cues of the conductor with appropriate dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation. e. Demonstrate all ensemble skills through sight-reading performance of music literature at the appropriate • MSIB. PR. 3 Read and identify elements of notated music. a. Identify and define standard notation symbols for pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, articulation, expression, key signatures. b. Interpret the musical terms incorporated in the literature. c. Demonstrate an understanding of simple and compound meters and rhythmic patterns through a systematic counting procedure.

Music Terms Review Key Signatures Review DAILY 7 T H AND 8 T H

Music Terms Review Key Signatures Review DAILY 7 T H AND 8 T H GRADE BAND Music Theory Quiz (Key Signatures) December 10 Christmas Concert December 17 Performing on Instruments Notes and Fingerings Review Exercises Christmas Music

Musical Terms Review Music Theory Quiz (Key Signatures) December 10 Christmas Concert December 17

Musical Terms Review Music Theory Quiz (Key Signatures) December 10 Christmas Concert December 17 DAILY 6 T H GRADE BAND Music Theory Learning the Instrument First Few Songs Key Signatures Instrument Assembly Instrument Care First 5 Notes

Chorus Learning Expectations Times Framework 5 minutes Study Musical Terms 15 minutes 45 minutes

Chorus Learning Expectations Times Framework 5 minutes Study Musical Terms 15 minutes 45 minutes 15 minutes Core Instruction Review Musical Terms and Theory Work Period (Whole Group) Assessment (Individual and Small Group) Pack Up Italian Music Vocabulary Activating Strategy—Spot check student knowledge on Terms and Theory Vocal Exercises Pitch-Matching exercises; Rhythm Exercises Music Rehearsal Pass-off Materials, Individual Popular Music Review

STANDARDS • Performing • MSBC. PR. 1 Analyze, interpret, and select musical works for

STANDARDS • Performing • MSBC. PR. 1 Analyze, interpret, and select musical works for presentation. a. Utilize a rhythmic and melodic system to read and sing music appropriate to ability. b. Identify basic music vocabulary and symbols representing tempo, meter, dynamics, articulation, and phrasing. c. Notate simple rhythms and melodies from aural examples utilizing a dictation method. d. Read and notate music using available technology. • MSBC. PR. 2 Develop and refine musical techniques and works for presentation. • a. Demonstrate appropriate singing posture and breathing techniques. b. Identify basic vocal anatomy. c. Identify aspects of vocal range and tone. d. Identify aspects of vocal change, as reflected in physiological changes affecting range and tone. Demonstrate pure vowel sounds and articulate voiced and unvoiced consonants. f. Utilize aural skills to match pitch, improve intonation, and sing with attention to ensemble balance and blend, in one or more vocal parts. • MSBC. PR. 3 Convey meaning through the presentation of musical works. • a. Demonstrate technical accuracy and expressive qualities in performance, of a varied repertoire of music. b. Demonstrate and respond to basic conducting patterns and gestures representing tempo, expression, and vocal technique. c. Sing selected music from memory for public performance at least twice per year. d. Exhibit appropriate rehearsal and performance etiquette.

STANDARDS • Performing • MSBC. PR. 3 Read and identify elements of notated music.

STANDARDS • Performing • MSBC. PR. 3 Read and identify elements of notated music. • a. Identify and define standard notation symbols for pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, • articulation, expression, key signatures. • b. Interpret the musical terms incorporated in the literature. • c. Demonstrate an understanding of simple and compound meters and rhythmic patterns • through a systematic counting procedure.

Musical Terms Review Music Theory Quiz December 11 Christmas Concert December 17 DAILY CHORUS

Musical Terms Review Music Theory Quiz December 11 Christmas Concert December 17 DAILY CHORUS Music Theory Key Signatures Vocal Exercises Pitch and Rhythm Songs Rehearsal

 ASSIGNMENTS • All Students should have a 3 -Ring Binder (only one needed

ASSIGNMENTS • All Students should have a 3 -Ring Binder (only one needed if in Band Chorus) • All Students should have and study their musical terms sheet Located on the next 2 Slides

accelerando (accel. ) - gradually faster adagietto – slow, but not as slow as

accelerando (accel. ) - gradually faster adagietto – slow, but not as slow as adagio – very slow agitato – agitated; rapid al fine – to the finish allargando (allarg. ) - gradually slower and broader allegretto – Light and moderately quick, but not as fast as allegro – rapid; lively amore, con – with tenderness andante – moderately slow, but moving andantino – generally a little quicker than andante a poco – a little; gradually 1 appassionato – intensely; passionately; with deep feeling arioso – in vocal style (also see “cantabile”) assai – very (Such as allegro assai – very fast) a tempo – in time; generally implies a return to original rate of speed brilliante – brilliantly brio, con – with spirit; brilliantly cantabile – in a singing style chromatic – by semi tones (half steps) coda – the final added measures of a musical composition con – with crescendo (cress. ) - Gradually louder 2 da capo (D. C. ) - from the beginnings dal segno (D. S. ) - from the sign diminuendo (dim. ) - gradually softer dolce – sweetly energico – energetically etude – a study fermata – a hold or pause forte (f) – loud fortissimo (ff) – very loud forza, con – with force forzando – forcefully accented fuoco, con – with fire, energy furioso – furiously 3 giocoso – joyfully grandioso – grand or noble style grave – very slow and solemn grazioso – gracefully largo – very slow legato – smooth and connected leggiero – lightly lento – very slow l'istesso – the same (such as l'istesso tempo – the same speed 4

maestoso – majestically marcato – marked; with emphasis marziale – martial meno – less

maestoso – majestically marcato – marked; with emphasis marziale – martial meno – less meno mosso – less movement; slower) mezzo – medium; half mezzo-forte – medium loud; mezzo-piano – medium soft) moderato – moderately molto – very morendo – dying away mosso – motion; movement moto – motion; movement non troppo – not too much 5 rallentando (rall. ) - gradually slower ritardando (rit. ) - gradually slower rubato – temporary irregularity of time, lengthening certain notes at the expense of others segno - the sign scherzo – playfully; usually in rapid tempo with rhythmic and dynamic contrasts sempre – always; continually senza – without sforzando (sfz) – forced; with emphasis simile – the same; continue in the same manner smorzando (smorz. ) - dying away soli – more than one performer in unison solo – a composition or passage for one performer 7 6 opus (op. ) - a musical work or composition ottava (8 va) – an octave (such as ottava alta – octave higher; ottava bassa – octave lower) pesante – heavily, with emphasis pianissimo (pp) – very softly piano (p) – softly piu – more (such as piu lento – slower; piu mosso – faster) poco – a little (such as poco animato – a little more animated; poco meno – a little less) poco a poco – little by little prestissimo – very fast; more so than presto sordino – mute con sordino – with mute; senza sordino – without mute) spirito, con – with spirit; brilliance staccato – separated, detached style stringendo (string. ) - gradually faster subito – suddenly tacet – silent tempo – time; speed tenuto (ten. ) - sustain full value vivace – vivacious; lively vivo – lively; brisk 8

ANNOUNCEMENTS: All band students should be practicing 30 minutes daily on the material rehearsed

ANNOUNCEMENTS: All band students should be practicing 30 minutes daily on the material rehearsed in class Christmas Concert is scheduled for December 17 at 6 pm at Tutt for band chorus. THANK YOU [email protected] richmond. k 12. ga. us 706. 737. 7288 ext 2813 Remind Text: @tuttband 1 to 81010 Remind Text: @tuttchorus to 81010