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Thursday, December 1

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Friday, September 9

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Wednesday, September 7

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    9/7 Wednesday: B 9/8 Thursday: A

    DO NOW:NOW/:
    {vox best rhymers student guide.docx}
    Intro to Hip Hop
    Use the Vox video to answer the questions!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWveXdj6oZU
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    DO NOW: {do now day 3 music app 98.docx}
    1) Review characteristics of structure
    a. Bring in a favorite song
    b. Break down structure
    2) Reading music
    a. Space vs. Line
    b. If this note is G, which note is this…
    Play through Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony
    Write a brief reflection/draw a reflection
    Background on Ludwig Van Beethoven:
    http://mentalfloss.com/article/58297/19-things-you-probably-didnt-know-about-beethoven
    Documents for Reflection
    https://books.google.com/books?id=m4z7XwnsZKAC&pg=PA37&lpg=PA37&dq=beethoven+as+a+salon+performer&source=bl&ots=-HwDcg2HSh&sig=7TGxpjJv9arr5zPE82IJjUXbcWw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CDIQ6AEwA2oVChMI3eL4gbXnxwIVyaMeCh2ahgwE#v=onepage&q=beethoven%20as%20a%20salon%20performer&f=false
    http://www.theguardian.com/music/2004/jun/12/classicalmusicandopera.music
    http://www.lvbeethoven.com/Bio/BiographyHeiligenstadtTestament.html

    {vox best rhymers student guide.docx}
    Use the Vox video to answer the questions!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWveXdj6oZU

    Thurs/Fri 9/9-9/10
    Sonata Form/Theme and Variations
    HOOK: Picasso; cubism; taken from African art; the idea of seeing multiple perspectives ALL at once.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2349005/From-surreal-stylish-Picasso-paintings-recreated-glamorous-fashion-photographs.html
    Music is time-based but we can remember it and represent it in static forms…and if we listen to it a lot, sometimes we can recreate it ourselves.
    In modern music, we have SO much control over texture (which instruments we use; sound, etc.
    //http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/08/25/arts/music/justin-bieber-diplo-skrillex-make-a-hit-song.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=photo-spot-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0//
    In the olden days, they had to WRITE down all the music they wanted to make later. They used common structures so that people had a way to comprehend the music and all its variations. It allows us to process the piece of music as a whole and not just moment by moment. If you could comprehend the piece as a whole, you could REMEMBER it later (since you couldn’t go back and re-listen). Still, the comfortable, familiar, structure, however, gives us the peace of mind to sit back and truly lose ourselves in the moment.
    Remember the sonata smile!
    Vocab: sonata vs. sonata form, theme, exposition, development, recapitulation, tonic, dominant, theme (melody)
    ABA[RD1]
    Sonata can just be a piece of instrumental music; Sonata form is for the symphony and has three parts
    **https://vimeo.com/71265261**
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Monday, September 5

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Tuesday, August 30

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    Expectations
    What is Music?
    HW:
    Student Survey
    Music Interview
    -Form A: min 50 words
    Signed Syllabus
    9/3
    STUDENT SURVEY DUE THURSDAY (A)/FRIDAY (B)
    https://goo.gl/forms/7FYScjRHy0R49Ee42
    SYLLABUS DUE THURSDAY (A)/FRIDAY (B)
    {Syllabus - Music App 16-17.doc}
    PERMISSION SLIP DUE THURSDAY (A)/FRIDAY (B)
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    A 9/49/2 B
    Vocab: Verse, Pre-chorus, Chorus, Bridge, Breakdown[RD1]
    DO NOW:
    1) Music Theory Pre-Test:
    a. Space vs. Line
    b. If this note is G, which note is this
    2) Listen to the track being played. Represent what you hear in words or a doodle.
    HOOK:
    What do these faces have in common? What’s different?
    Eyes nose mouth; earsàdifferent skin tones, zits, hair color
    Analogies for song structure[RD2] :
    http://www.songu.com/Courses/SampleLessons/SongForms/start.asp
    WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT: Song structures allow for musicians to present NEW musical ideas in OLD structures so they’re easier to comprehend.
    Give terms: Do NOT define. (Intro, Verse, Pre-chorus, Chorus, Bridge, Breakdown)
    NOTE: “While most pop songs have a verse and chorus, the rest don’t necessarily pop up every time.
    1) Mr. Brightside 2) Killing Me Softly 3) Crazy Train
    So you know I’m not stacking the deck, let’s hear some of your favorite songs (PG-13/clean). I’ll announce when we’ve hit a new section.
    1) At every section, I want you jotting down notes to yourself: 1) What stands out to you? What words come to mind to describe the music (besides cool, interesting, neato, on fleek)?
    2) Then, with a partner, attempt to figure out how these sections feel different and similar.
    a. What similarities do notice between the verses?
    b. What similarities do you notice between the choruses?
    c. What purpose does the pre-chorus seem to serve?
    d. What purpose does the bridge seem to serve?
    e. How are all the sections different from each other?
    3) Gallery Walk: After listening to all of these pieces of music write what you believe to be:
    a. The purpose

    Circle
    of each section
    b. Characteristics that MOST choruses/verses etc have.
    Assessment:
    Analyze “Hey Ya” for structure.
    Trust: Listening
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