Listening ideas for Music by Mozart

The Fun Music Company has a whole series of lesson plans available about composers, from the Baroque through to the 20th Century. Listening List and other resources for learning about Mozart in the music class. Mozart Requiem Mass in D Minor Confutatis and Lacrimosa Piano Concerto no. 21 2nd movement: Andante Eine kleine Nachtmusik: Allegro

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Listening Resources for a music lesson about Joseph Haydn

Planning music lessons? here are a couple of listening ideas to help you create some fun music resources for your lessons. This video recording is an entertaining version showing the musicians leaving the stage during the last movement, as they did in the first performance of this work in 1772. Trumpet Concerto: 3rd Movement This

By |2010-03-20T20:16:07+00:00March 20th, 2010|Classical Composers, Lesson Plans|0 Comments

A great listening idea for learning about Beethoven

Ludwig Van Beethoven has to be one of the most unusual and interesting characters to ever compose music. Here is a listening activity to help introduce him into the music classroom, which you can include in your next music lesson plan: "Für Elise" Bagatelle in A minor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_UOuSklNL4 Listen to the beginning of “Fur Elise”

By |2010-03-20T02:08:08+00:00March 20th, 2010|Classical Composers, Lesson Plans|0 Comments

Listening Plans for the music of Beethoven

Here is an essential list of listening for music lesson plans about Beethoven. "Für Elise" Bagatelle in A minor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_UOuSklNL4 Listen to the beginning of “Fur Elise” and sing together the well-known opening melody (the first nine notes). Now play the whole piece, this time counting how many times melody appears. You could work individually

By |2010-03-19T02:06:38+00:00March 19th, 2010|Classical Composers, Lesson Plans|0 Comments

G.F. Handel and contemporary composers – lesson planning ideas

These days Handel's keyboard music is most often performed on a piano. At the time that this music was performed however pianos had not yet been invented, so keyboard music was generally played on a harpsichord. Have the students research differences between the instruments, looking at the time when each instrument was invented, and the

By |2010-03-18T10:43:47+00:00March 18th, 2010|Classical Composers, Lesson Plans|0 Comments

Listen and Learn – Music by Mozart

There are numerous resources and lesson plans available from this website to help you if you are planning music lessons. Here is a listening activity to help with showing students about Mozart. Twelve Variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman” Before beginning this activity with the class, write a selection of emotions/moods on individual small pieces

By |2010-03-17T21:03:24+00:00March 17th, 2010|Classical Composers, Lesson Plans|0 Comments

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