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The Music of John Williams Listening Glyphs A glyph is a pictorial representation of data. These clever worksheets ask students to color each object or portion of the picture based on what they hear. These glyphs were designed for use with the music of John Williams and ask students to listen for 4-5 things in a piece.
John Williams Listening Glyphs
Adding composer study to your homeschool doesn't have to be difficult or take much time! This resource list helps you quickly pull together fast and simple lessons.
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Resource list for composer study and an easy plan.
weeks 19-24: fine arts (composers)
Composer Study: Our Resource List - Our Journey Westward
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Studying Composers: All About Mozart
John Williams Scoring Session Indiana Jones - YouTube
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John Williams Scoring Session Indiana Jones -amazing to see all of these huge names together; Williams, Lucas, and Spielberg
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John Williams talks about scoring Indiana Jones
Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education So awesome!
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Bernstein - a little above my 5th graders' heads, but great video nonetheless!
Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education So awesome! cc cycle 3
This amazing lecture series (The unanswered Question ), is actually an interdisciplinary overview about the evolution of western european classical music fro...
Great short lecture.
history of music - starting with unison singing. Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education So awesome!
George Gershwin unit study
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This was a sub plan. My students made a "Facebook" page on JS Bach. They read two biography pages about him and filled out a FB page. Work was displayed in the hall. I found the template on freeology.com.
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Wish i could see the student work better.
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MUSIC: FAMOUS COMPOSERS. Research Activity 2
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Music Appreciation Book 1 Collection. Includes Student Activity Book, Music CD's, Lapbook, and all SEVEN composer biographies! $159.99 #ZeezokPublishing #homeschool https://store.zeezok.com/music-appreciation/book1-collection
Music Appreciation Book 1 Collection (K-6 music appreciation curriculum)
Music Appreciation Book 1 Collection
When studying the ear, this is an amazing letter from Beethoven sharing what it has been like for him to lose his hearing.
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This is a facsimile of the original, never-sent letter Beethoven wrote to his brothers, Carl and Johann, while the composer was living in
Letter written by Beethoven For my brothers Carl and [space left blank for Johann] Beethoven. Oh you men who think or say that I am malevolent, stubborn, or misanthropic, how greatly do you wrong me. You do not know the secret cause which makes me seem that way to you. From childhood on, my heart and soul have been full of the tender feeling of goodwill, and I was even inclined to accomplish great things. But, think that for six years now I have been hopelessly afflicted, made worse by senseless physicians, from year to year deceived with hopes of improvement, finally compelled to face the prospect of a lasting malady (whose cure will take years or, perhaps, be impossible). Though born with a fiery, active temperament, even susceptible to the diversions of society, I was soon compelled to isolate myself, to live life alone. If at times I tried to forget all this, oh how harshly was I flung back by the doubly sad experience of my bad hearing. Yet it was impossible for me to say to people, "Speak louder, shout, for I am deaf." Ah, how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which ought to be more perfect in me than others, a sense which I once possessed in the highest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession enjoy or ever have enjoyed. Oh I cannot do it; therefore forgive me when you see me draw back when I would have gladly mingled with you. My misfortune is doubly painful to me because I am bound to be misunderstood; for me there can be no relaxation with my fellow men, no refined conversations, no mutual exchange of ideas. I must live almost alone, like one who has been banished; I can mix with society only as much as true necessity demands. If I approach near to people a hot terror seizes upon me, and I fear being exposed to the danger that my condition might be noticed. Thus it has been during the last six months which I have spent in the country. By ordering me to spare my hearing as much as possible, my intelligent doctor almost fell in with my own present frame of mind, though sometimes I ran counter to it by yielding to my desire for companionship. But what a humiliation for me when someone standing next to me heard a flute in the distance and I heard nothing, or someone standing next to me heard a shepherd singing and again I heard nothing. Such incidents drove me almost to despair; a little more of that and I would have ended my life - it was only my art that held me back. Ah, it seemed to me impossible to leave the world until I had brought forth all that I felt was within me. So I endured this wretched existence - truly wretched for so susceptible a body, which can be thrown by a sudden change from the best condition to the very worst. - Patience, they say, is what I must now choose for my guide, and I have done so - I hope my determination will remain firm to endure until it pleases the inexorable Parcae to break the thread. Perhaps I shall get better, perhaps not; I am ready. - Forced to become a philosopher already in my twenty-eighth year, - oh it is not easy, and for the artist much more difficult than for anyone else. - Divine One, thou seest my inmost soul thou knowest that therein dwells the love of mankind and the desire to do good. - Oh fellow men, when at some point you read this, consider then that you have done me an injustice; someone who has had misfortune may console himself to find a similar case to his, who despite all the limitations of Nature nevertheless did everything within his powers to become accepted among worthy artists and men. - You, my brothers Carl and [Johann], as soon as I am dead, if Dr. Schmid is still alive, ask him in my name to describe my malady, and attach this written documentation to his account of my illness so that so far as it possible at least the world may become reconciled to me after my death. - At the same time, I declare you two to be the heirs to my small fortune (if so it can be called); divide it fairly; bear with and help each other. What injury you have done me you know was long ago forgiven. To you, brother Carl, I give special thanks for the attachment you have shown me of late. It is my wish that you may have a better and freer life than I have had. Recommend virtue to your children; it alone, not money, can make them happy. I speak from experience; this was what upheld me in time of misery. Thanks to it and to my art, I did not end my life by suicide - Farewell and love each other - I thank all my friends, particularly Prince Lichnowsky and Professor Schmid - I would like the instruments from Prince L. to be preserved by one of you, but not to be the cause of strife between you, and as soon as they can serve you a better purpose, then sell them. How happy I shall be if can still be helpful to you in my grave - so be it. - With joy I hasten towards death. - If it comes before I have had the chance to develop all my artistic capacities, it will still be coming too soon despite my harsh fate, and I should probably wish it later - yet even so I should be happy, for would it not free me from a state of endless suffering? - Come when thou wilt, I shall meet thee bravely. - Farewell and do not wholly forget me when I am dead; I deserve this from you, for during my lifetime I was thinking of you often and of ways to make you happy - be so - Ludwig van Beethoven Heiligenstadt, October 6th, 1802
Translation of the Heiligenstadt Testament - When studying the ear, this is an amazing letter from Beethoven sharing what it has been like for him to lose his hearing.
Beethoven's Heiligenstadt Testament
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HUGE list of books for composer study! Over 75 books organized by time period and composer. There is also a list of bonus activities!
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Composer Pencil Toppers Set 1: Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt
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Mrs. King's Music Room: Coloring Composers
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Mrs. King's Music Room: Coloring Composers
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John Williams' Life in Movies: Infographic From Harry Potter to Starwars, John Williams has probably composed the most successful sound tracks in history. But do you know how many movies he's worked on, how many awards he's won and when? John Williams' career in film music includes scores for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, E.T., Jaws and many more. Not only that, he's also got a formidable tally of Oscars, Baftas and Grammys too.
John Williams' Life in Movies: Infographic