videos for school.
From the moment our hearts start beating, rhythm is integral to us all. From walking to dancing, from clicking our fingers to tapping our toes, we are all programmed to respond to rhythm. In this film Howard looks at the common rhythmic patterns that have been used by musicians from all cultures, from Brahms to rappers, from the founders of Cuba...
How Music Works with Howard Goodall - 02 - Rhythm (Full Show)
▶ Classical music meets the Beatles. Explores how the Beatles broke crossed boundaries by using classical formats in contemporary music. What a great way to learn about musical structures. A little simplistic but very interesting and classroom worthy.
▶ Dem Bones - A Halloween song you can get up and shake your bones to! - YouTube
Chopsticks – With a Twist! In this selection find: 1. Chopsticks (literally) 2. Chopsticks Improvisation 3 Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, Mov 3 4. Rachmaninoff Prelude C# minor 5. Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 6. Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 part with added variations from ‘chopsticks’ with same harmony
Chopsticks – With a Twist!!
From a previous pinner: This morning I walked into a fifth grade classroom and they were singing the song "What I Am" by Will.i.Am. And Yes, it's a song he sang on Sesame Street. But these fifth graders were LOVING it. Their teacher told me this was their new theme song. Let me tell you....all the kids were standing up and singing this song LOUD and with hand movements. It was so awesome because I could see how much they BELIEVED the words to this song.