You’ve loved the Complete Recorder Resource Kit! Here is a kit that will be your complete resource for music listening. Each kit comes with a CD recording of all the selections, featuring recordings from the CBC radio library. The CDs include artists like Glenn Gould, The Canadian Brass, The Toronto Children’s Chorus and Tafelmusik. Classroom activities to develop your students listening skills include many unique and innovative ideas and activities.
Have your students become involved in the listening by playing rhythm instruments along with the music. Rhythm instrument playalongs are given for many selections as full scores and as simple flashcard playalongs. Cup games teach students about form and provide excellent practice keeping a beat. Scripts for daily intercom listening are featured - make music listening a part of your school day. Reproducible pages include biographies and worksheets on major composers, instrument families, and a listening log. Movement activities use scarves, balloons, flashlights, paper plates and ribbons. Listening Maps are included for many selections.
Try a new way to develop silent listening skills! STILL stands for Silent Time for Individual Listening Logs. Your students develop tremendous listening skills while listening to “mystery” pieces. Internet references are included so you and your students can easily locate additional resources and information. This is a unique and valuable resource!
Level 1: (K-1) Includes listening to environmental sounds, What keeps a Beat, Fast/Slow, Loud/Soft, High/Low, the complete Carnival of the Animals, excerpts from Peter & the Wolf, excerpts from the Nutcracker, and 14 additional selections by Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Quinault, Chopin and Grieg for movement and activities.
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In the CD product: - Audio MP3
To get your download edition, add this product to your cart. After you go through the checkout process, a download link will appear. You will also receive an email with a link to your download. If you purchased a printed book with CD you will also receive a download version of the book and the CD. This is to ensure that users without disk drives will still be able to use the disk's contents. When you order a print book/CD you will also receive a download edition at no extra charge. You can use the download materials as reference right away, and will receive the print book/CD in a few days.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction - Table of Contents - CD contents - listening selections - Categorized lists of listening selections - Guidelines for Introducing Listening Selections - STILL - Silent Time for Individual Listening Logs - Dynamics - Is it soft or loud? - Tempo - Is it fast or slow? - Articulation - Is it separated or smooth? - The Woodwind Family - The Brass Family - The Percussion Family - The String Family - Conductor of the Day - conducting patterns - Chart of Listening Examples We Have Heard - Cue Card Listening - Composer of the Month - Classroom Activities - How to Use this Kit - Sounds around us - What keeps a beat? - Fast/Slow - Loud/Soft - High / Low - “Introduction and Royal March of the Lion”, Camille Saint-Saëns - “Hens and Roosters” - “Wild Donkeys” - “Tortoises” - “The Elephant” - “Kangaroos” - “Aquarium” - “Personages with Long Ears” - “The Cuckoo in the Heart of the Woods” - “Aviary” - “Pianists” - “Fossils” - “The Swan”
- “Finale” - Peter and the Wolf - Sergei Prokofiev - Activities and resources for Peter and the Wolf - “The Bird” - “The Duck” - “The Cat” - “Grandfather” - “The Wolf” - “Peter” - “Hunters” - “Hunters’ Rifles” - Assessment of Tracks 20-27 - Who Plays my Theme Worksheet - Biography: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - “Balletmusik”, Les Petits Riens K. 299b - “Contradance II”, from Five Contradances, K. 609 - “Balletmusik IX”, Les Petits Riens K. 299b - “At the Cradle”, Edvard Grieg - Biography: Edvard Grieg - “Galliard Battaglia”, Samual Scheidt - “Chinese Dance”, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky - Nutcracker Story - “Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy”, Tchaikovsky - “Winter” from The Four Seasons, Vivaldi - “Gigue” from The Alchymist, Handel - “Gigue” from Water Music Suite, Handel - “Minuet” from Water Music Suite, Handel - “Flight of the Bumblebee”, Rimsky-Korsakov - “Valse opus 64, no 1” , Frédéric Chopin - Biography: Chopin - “Scaramella”, Josquin des Prés - “Marche”, Jean-Baptiste Quinault - “Rondeau”, Jean-Baptiste Quinault - Implementing an Intercom Listening Program - Scripts 1-43 for daily intercom listening