Achieving Expression through Beethoven
What makes music expressive?
What will students be able to do? What knowledge, skills, strategies, and attitudes will the students gain?
Students will be able to explain melody and accompaniment and be able to identify it in music.
Demonstrate correct articulation and dynamics for expressive interpretation of a piece that is representative of a specific genre and style.
Analyze the life of Beethoven and his works and incorporate this genre into their performance.
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Students will perform
from Beethovenís 9th Symphony, arranged by Mark Williams with expression significant to that era.
Students will listen to and analyze music by Beethoven.
Students will analyze their individual pieces and identify where they play the melody or accompaniment.
Students will explain how to create expressive music and all the basic concepts that help create a good sound.
Goals and Objectives
Understandings & Standards
Melody vs. Accompaniment
Articulations & Dynamics