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Concert Band 11/15
Transcript of Concert Band 11/15
MARCH" AND "WINDJAMMER" TODAY'S GOAL: IMPROVED ENSEMBLE BALANCE! TUNE (CONCERT F) REVIEW: THE PYRAMID OF SOUND ENSEMBLE BALANCE Washington Post March Washington Post March Apply what you know about
ensemble balance in this piece as well! Windjammer Run from the top!
Try to fit your sound into the pyramid of sound! LISTENING GAME! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR AS YOU COMPARE Run and record!
Focus on balance throughout! JAZZ COMBO: WE WILL MEET EVERY TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL FLUTE MASTERCLASS TODAY
AFTER SCHOOL W/ DR. YONCE MAKE SURE YOU PICK UP YOUR
UNIFORM TO GET IT DRY-CLEANED! CHESTER
Pg. 31 - Winds
Pg. 73 - Timpani
Listen for balance... LISTEN TO RECORDING - TRY TO HEAR JUST ONE INSTRUMENT/SECTION TRUMPET PICCOLO TUBA TIMPANI Compare the low voices... Do you hear as much of the bottom of the pyramid on our recording as on theirs? WHAT TO LISTEN FOR AS YOU COMPARE Listen to the melody... Do you hear as much of the melody on our recording as on theirs, or does it get buried? Or do you hear too much of the melody? WHAT TO LISTEN FOR AS YOU COMPARE Do you hear individual sounds sticking out on our recording, compared to the professional recording?
Of the voices sticking out, do they have the melody? Are they at the bottom of the pyramid? Discuss with your section what you need to change to imitate the professional recording WHAT TO LISTEN FOR AS YOU COMPARE Listen to your section - how do you fit within the ensemble on our recording? How does your section fit in on the professional recording?