SIBELIUS AND ELGAR
FACEBOOK LIVE WEBCASTTHURSDAY, APRIL 23 AT 7:00 PM ET
Conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Conducted by Leonard Slatkin and featuring cellist Wei Yu
Enjoy two archived DSO performances streamed on Facebook Live tomorrow at 7 PM ET! Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts a colorful tone poem from fellow Finn Jean Sibelius: Pohjola’s Daughter, inspired by Scandinavian folklore. Then, DSO Principal Cello Wei Yu and Music Director Laureate Leonard Slatkin take on Elgar’s spellbinding Cello Concerto, one of the most famous pieces in the cello repertoire. Wei will even introduce the piece and chat with viewers in the comment section!
Watch Parties are easy to join: just look for the Facebook Live event to show up on our Facebook page at the advertised time and click on the event to join.
CLICK HERE TO ATTEND A DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT: https://livefromorchestrahall.vhx.tv/classroom-edition/season:7/videos/dvorak-s-new-world-symphony-1
CLICK HERE FOR A FUN MOVEMENT ACTIVITY:
HERE IS A SONG YOU KNOW!
HERE IS A SONG YOU KNOW! READING IS FOR ME:
FIFTH GRADE MATH RAP SONG
Calling all 4th grade recorder students! Check out the new video posted in the Recorder Google Classroom on “Tonguing”. As you practice your music practice using the technique. The more you practice it the easier it gets! Let me know that you watched the video by commenting on Google Classroom. Once you have practiced it with your songs, push submit. Happy practicing!
Click on the video links to learn about Irish Instruments and Irish Jig and take a field trip to an Irish Dance Academy!
IRISH JIG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VankytmKzTU
IRISH INSTRUMENTS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ta-sWn3oAQY
FIELD TRIP TO AN IRISH DANCE ACADEMY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UklnEUrfW7w&t=440s
I am sending all of you a BIG HELLO through my computer! Since you will all be spending a bit more time at home I would like to give you some resources to keep you engaged with music and learning. Your first assignment is to login in to Music play online. You do not need to create an account because I already am already a subscriber so my students can use the following information which will be good until April 1:
musicplayonline.com with the username: snow and the password: 2020
This is the same program that I use with many of our classes and you can now use it from home! take a look around the site and have some fun! I will be posting activities, info and great resources weekly so stay tuned (music joke)! You can also check out Denise Gagnon’s site for online learning: https://denisegagne.com/e-learning-music-lessons-with-musicplayonline/?fbclid=IwAR0_IGLd3QrYt2meCLJqITfriWQ6QnnKCa7oNkh4NOamhVu4F6ZAQXLFRuE
If you are a 4th grader, in Honors Choir or in Drumming, you can use this time to practice the music on our google classroom. I would love to hear you sing and play your songs so if you want to send me a video, send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make sure to subscribe to my blog as this will be our primary mode of communication. Have a great day and happy music making!
Howe Montessori Instrumental Music Concert
May 20, 2019
4th Grade Recorders – Led by Ms. Harden, Vocal Music Teacher
5th Grade Strings – Led by Mrs. Voelkner, Instrumental Music Teacher
5th Grade Band – Led by Mrs. Voelkner, Instrumental Music Teacher
Howe Drumming Club – Led by Ms. Harden, Vocal Music Teacher