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Notating Melodic Patterns

Notating Melodic Patterns Steve [email protected] Knolls Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: One computer with TV monitor FINALE or FINALE NOTEPAD music notation software Duration: 20 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: students know the difference between “line notes” and “space notes” students are conscious of the sol-mi interval […]

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Notating Melodic Patterns

Notating Melodic Patterns Steve [email protected] Knolls Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: One computer with TV monitor FINALE or FINALE NOTEPAD music notation software Duration: 20 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: students know the difference between “line notes” and “space notes” students are conscious of the sol-mi interval

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Electronic Call and Response

Electronic Call and Response Lesson Plan Electronic Call & Response Devon Lippmann [email protected] Norwin School District TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Level: Elementary / 4th Grade / General Music Equipment: Keyboard Lab Duration: Minutes 15 Prior Knowledge and Skills: Basic knowledge of the keyboard MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 2: Performing on instruments, alone

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Using Notation Software to Practice Part-Writing Skills

Using Notation Software to Practice Part-Writing Skills Christopher [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationSequencing Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: PC or MacNotation software capable of MIDI playback (e.g., Finale 2004) Duration: 50 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Considerable proficiency with notation program (e.g., ability to enter notes and rhythms, ability to

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Using Notation Software to Practice Part-Writing Skills

Using Notation Software to Practice Part-Writing Skills Christopher [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationSequencing Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: PC or MacNotation software capable of MIDI playback (e.g., Finale 2004) Duration: 50 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Considerable proficiency with notation program (e.g., ability to enter notes and rhythms, ability to

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Warm-ups for Instrumental Lessons

Warm Ups for Instrumental Lessons Joseph [email protected] School District TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationSequencing Level: High School Class: Instrumental Equipment: I Mac Computer LABSibelius 3Keyboard with appropriate MIDI Equipment (interface, MIDI cables) Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: 1. Knowledge of their own Instrument they play in the band.2. Students must know

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Warm-ups for Instrumental Lessons

Warm Ups for Instrumental Lessons Joseph [email protected] School District TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationSequencing Level: High School Class: Instrumental Equipment: I Mac Computer LABSibelius 3Keyboard with appropriate MIDI Equipment (interface, MIDI cables) Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: 1. Knowledge of their own Instrument they play in the band.2. Students must know

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Using Cadences to Compose

Using Cadences to Compose Edward Gattsek TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Computer lab, outfitted with notation software (Preferably Sibelius or Finale) Duration: 60 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Basic Theoretical Analysis (4 part writing) MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 4: Composing and Arranging Music within specified guidelines.MENC 5: Reading

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Using Cadences to Compose

Using Cadences to Compose Edward Gattsek TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Computer lab, outfitted with notation software (Preferably Sibelius or Finale) Duration: 60 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Basic Theoretical Analysis (4 part writing) NAfME standard of 1994 Addressed: NAfME standard of 1994: Composing and Arranging Music within specified

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First Unit in Notation Software

A Very First Unit in Notation Software  Katie Dyer [email protected] Northampton Borough Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Computer Lab, Finale NotePad Duration: 4-5 40 minute lessons Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students need to know how to use a mouse. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 2: Performing on

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