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Recorder Composer

Recorder Composer [email protected]. Public TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Computer lab with Finale 2004 MIDI-capable keyboards Duration: 2-30 min. Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: basic recorder skills basic computer skills minimal knowledge of Finale 2004 NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994: Performing on instruments, […]

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Take a “Chance”

Take a “Chance” Angie [email protected] Rochester Regional Junior High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Casio Keyboards with General MIDI Duration: 70 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be familiar with the electronic keyboard basic operation and know how to select various instruments and styles.

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Recorder Composer

Recorder Composer [email protected]. Public TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Computer lab with Finale 2004 MIDI-capable keyboards Duration: 2-30 min. Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: basic recorder skills basic computer skills minimal knowledge of Finale 2004 MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 2: Performing on instruments, alone and with

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Take a “Chance”

Take a “Chance” Angie [email protected] Rochester Regional Junior High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Casio Keyboards with General MIDI Duration: 70 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be familiar with the electronic keyboard basic operation and know how to select various instruments and styles.

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Rhythm Ensemble

Rhythm Ensemble Ted [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Roland XP-10 or any synthesizer with percussion sounds Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: This lesson will be integrated in the study of different rhythm patterns. Students will have been working on putting together

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Rhythm Ensemble

Rhythm Ensemble Ted [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Roland XP-10 or any synthesizer with percussion sounds Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: This lesson will be integrated in the study of different rhythm patterns. Students will have been working on putting together

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Write Your Own Piece

Write your own piece Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotation Software Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Use either Finale or Sibelius once a piece is created on paper. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Intermediate theory class based lesson plan. Basic chord progressions, theory knowledge and notation

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Piano… Isn’t that an Instrument?

Piano…isn’t that an instrument? Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Sibelius and Finale are two excellent music notation software options. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have to understand volume changes in pieces of music. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994:

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Write Your Own Piece

Write your own piece Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotation Software Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Use either Finale or Sibelius once a piece is created on paper. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Intermediate theory class based lesson plan. Basic chord progressions, theory knowledge and notation

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Piano… Isn’t that an Instrument?

Piano…isn’t that an instrument? Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Sibelius and Finale are two excellent music notation software options. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have to understand volume changes in pieces of music. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 5: Reading and notating

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