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  1. Vocal Music Mrs. Kiespert Rm 139

  2. Daily Expectations • Everyday when you enter : • Get your folder, music and pencil • Find your ASSIGNED seat or riser spot • Begin Bell Work • Look over music – review vocabulary

  3. Day 1 Copy the definitions Beat – steady recurring pulse Rhythm - groupings of sound & silence Can you clap the rhythm on the board?

  4. Day 2 Match the note to its name (extra credit – how many beats does each note get?) Quarter note Eighth Note Half note Whole Note Beamed eighth note

  5. Day 3 Match the rest to its name (extra credit – how many beats does each rest get?) Whole rest Half rest Quarter rest Eighth rest

  6. Day 4 Solve the equations + = + + = = + = + Each problem should have one of these answers – 7, 6, 5, and 3

  7. Day 5 Solve the equation + = + + + + +

  8. Day 6 Tempo – Speed of music In each box, draw a picture that will remind you of the various tempo markings. Largo- slow Andante- walking pace Presto- Very Fast Allegro- fast

  9. Day 7 Dynamics – loudness and softness of music Write an animal name next to each term that describes its volume level. Pianissimo – very soft Piano – soft Mezzo Piano – Medium soft Mezzo Forte – Medium Loud Forte – Loud Fortissimo – Very Loud

  10. Day 8 E C A F The spaces of the TREBLE clef are FACE – copy the staff and fill in the treble clef lines

  11. Day 9 A F D B G The lines of the BASS clef are GBDFA – Copy the staff and fill in the letter names of the spaces.

  12. Day 10 Copy – When treble and bass clef staves are joined, they form a . . . . GRAND STAFF C Bonus: How quickly can you fill in the grand staff?

  13. Day 11 Measure Measure Barline Fill in each measure using 4/4 time signature. Hint: there should be 4 beats in each measure!

  14. Day 12 2 4 3 4 4 4 HOW MANY? OR OR WHICH NOTE? A time signature is a set of numbers that tells you: HOW MANY beats per measure & WHICH NOTE equals one beat

  15. Bell Work Quiz 1. Write the counts under the notes Write the term for the following defintion A steady recurring pulse Speed of music Volume of music Vertical lines that separate the staff into measures

  16. Day 13 Name the time signature for the following measures

  17. Day 14 Draw the notes or rests & Total the sum Quarter note , whole note, dotted quarter note, dotted half note. = Eighth rest, quarter rest, whole rest, eighth rest, dotted half rest. =

  18. Day 15 Draw a Treble Clef staff. Write the letters on the lines or spaces to spell the following words: Badge Café Gab Egg Façade Beef D E A F

  19. Day 16 Draw a BASS Clef staff. Write the letters on the lines or spaces to spell the following words: Badge Café Gab Egg Façade Beef

  20. Day 17 • Name the lines of Treble clef • Name the spaces of the Treble • Name the lines of the Bass • Name the spaces of the Bass • Define Dynamics • Define Tempo 7. 8. 9. 10. Name these notes or rests and give their value

  21. Day 18 • Describe good singing posture – • Feet • Knees • Hips • Chest • Shoulders • Chin • Head

  22. Day 19 Write the counts under the notes and rests. 4 4

  23. Day 20 Write the counts under the notes and rests 4 4

  24. Day 21 Look at measure 25 in the Star Spangled Banner Describe the musical style of that section. i.e. legato, separated, march like, loud, soft, fluid, etc.

  25. Day 22 Copy the definitions Unison – all together Acappella – without accompaniment

  26. Day 23 Copy the definitions Crescendo – gradually get louder Decrescendo – gradually get softer Messa di voce – gradually get louder then softer Bonus – draw the symbols for the terms

  27. Day 24 • Get a choral book and look up the following words. • Accent • Caesura • Marcato

  28. Day 25 Name Three places in your music – (any piece) that uses a fermata. Be specific – Title of piece Page Number Measure Number

  29. Day 26 Write the counts under the notes (not the values) 3 4

  30. Day 27 Math and Meter Write the number of beats per measure and which type of note receives one beat for each time signature Beats per Measure Which note equals one beat

  31. Day 28 Write two full 4/4 measures. Do NOT use whole notes!!

  32. Day 29 Write (compose) two 6/8 measures. Remember the note values in 6/8 double. An eighth note equals one.

  33. Day 30 Describe the musical style of the section listed for your class. 1st hour - Look at measures 11 and 12 in America. What’s going on here? 3rd and 4th – Look at measures 26 – 29 in Duond Akuru. What’s going on here? i.e. legato, separated, march like, loud, soft, fluid, etc.

  34. Day 31 Draw a BASS clef staff on your paper. Compose two measures of 4/4 time using half notes and whole notes on the following lines or spaces. C E G F A They may be used twice or in any order!!

  35. Day 32 Draw a Treble clef on your paper. Compose two measures of ¾ time using quarter note on the following lines or spaces. C E G F A B They may be used twice or in any order!!

  36. Day 33 QUIZ!!! On a Separate piece of paper – Write your name in the right hand corner Draw a staff with a treble clef Fill in the lines and spaces with the correct letter name. Turn into Mrs. Kiespert

  37. Day 34 QUIZ!!! On a Separate piece of paper – Write your name in the right hand corner Draw a staff with a BASS clef Fill in the lines and spaces with the correct letter name. Turn into Mrs. Kiespert

  38. Day 35 Write in the time signature and counts under the notes.

  39. Day 36 Write in the time signature and counts under the notes.

  40. Day 37 Write in the time signature and counts under the notes.

  41. Day 38 Write in the time signature and counts under the notes.

  42. Day 39 Write in the time signature and counts under the notes.

  43. Day 40 • Write the definitions for the following terms • Review – ceassura, fermata • New - subito, poco a poco, molto

  44. Day41 Define the following terms: Melody Harmony Chord

  45. Day 42 Define the following terms: (use your old bell works) Tempo Beat Rhythm

  46. Day 43 Look at your Christmas Music – Find and name a measure that uses a “subito” marking.

  47. Day 44 Scrutinize your Christmas music for a sequence. Write the name of the piece, the page number, and the measure number where the sequences begins.

  48. Day 45 Name the interval Example: F to B is a 4th C to A D to E B to B (don’t forget to count the first note as “one”)

  49. Day 46

  50. Day 47