Instruments needed in a music room

Instruments needed in a music room

In order for the classroom teacher to do a successful job in teaching music, the following materials should be available: An instrument to use to tune pitch.  A set of bells or xylophone A small wind instrument A recorder A piano Pitch pipe Staff liner – standard pick-board Record player – three speed and of good quality Percussion Instruments wook blocks Rhythm sticks Tambourines  Cymbals – spun brass Finger cymbals triangles Tom-tom Maracas Castanets on a handle  Bell boys (sleigh bells on a wooden handle) 5o Silk scarves 6o Melody…

Importance of Listening in Learning Music | Aural Skill |

Importance of Listening in Learning Music | Aural Skill |

LISTENING is the beginning of all musical experiences. It involves continually “attending” to what Is heard . It provides the basis of musical growth In: Learning to appreciate music of different styles; knowledge of the elements of music; Understanding the musical heritage of different cultures; Analyzing Music; Knowing the form and structure; Identifying instruments by sound; Music Learning for most part must involve Listening. You Know Why? Music is a communication skill and an aural art. Its medium is sound and it must be heard to exist. Listening is the important…

MUSIC TEACHER’S GUIDE – LISTENING | FOLLOWING | RECOGNIZING | RELATING

MUSIC TEACHER’S GUIDE – LISTENING | FOLLOWING | RECOGNIZING | RELATING

Here is how a overall and wholesome music learning experience looks like in my thinking: Teaching Children How To LISTEN To Music, Will make them Look for : For mood impressions  – What Does It Make You Feel for melodic imaginative shape – Imagining Shapes In Music for dynamic differences – How Loud or Soft or In The Middle Music Is for similarity of musical phrases – Look For Patterns In Music For nuances and articulations – Small & Little Texture or Expression In Muisc   While listening to music,…