"Music You Can Read" transfers vocal reading to instrument reading skills without missing a beat!
       



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<arrow button gif> Music You Can Read ®
<arrow button gif> Philosophy
Song Formats
 
Pitch Warm-ups
Rhythm Warm-ups
Recorder
Keyboard

Centers

 
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Lesson Templates
   

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  • Identify music symbols in the MUSIC ONLY format; 2/2, dotted quarter, repeat, coda.
  • Count BEATS: (in 4/4) use BEAT format to correctly place eighth notes, with repeat.  "Are there any patterns?"
  • Chant RHYTHM: 1 use the RHYTHM format for correct placement of the ti's. "How many ti's make a ta?" - "The last note gets two ta's, so how many beats does it get?"  "Which two beats does it receive?"
  • Chant PITCHES:  with repeat.
  • Sing PITCHES:  "How does starting and ending on 'La' or '6' make the tune sound? 
  • CODA:  Same as the moral of a story in kindergarten, brings round to an end.
  • Sing PITCHES as a round.
  • Add TEXT: with Fermata;  "Do the words express the feeling of the tune?"  "How?"

KEYBOARD

Upper grades should start with first finger on 'A' and use thumb for 'E', shifting for 5th finger to play 'E' and crossing over 3rd finger on descending steps to 'G'



 
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