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Samba

Year 7 Music
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Nicholas Jackson

on 12 June 2010

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Transcript of Samba

SAMBA Year 7 Music Starter... Your homework was to find out at least 5 interesting facts
about Samba music.

On your tables there is a pad of Post-It notes.
As a team write each fact on a Post-It and stick it on the wall next to the whiteboard underneath your team's colour...

The team with the most Post-It wins!! Learning Objectives We are learning how to perform a role in a group Samba performance.(Level 4a)

We are learning about the characteristics of Samba Music.(Level 5b)

We are learning about the use of Call and Response and Call Signals in Samba.(Level 5a)

We are composing a Samba piece as part of a team.(Level 6b) Today's Outcomes... By the end of today's lesson I will be able to:

Perform my role in a simple Sampba performance and gain some knowledge about Samba Music. (Level 4a)

Understand what Call and Response is and be able to follow and respond to a range of Call Signals during a Samba performance. (Level 5b)

Take an active role in composing a structured piece of Samba. (Level 6b) Building our Samba ... It's like making a CURRY!! PART 1 - RED-HOT-VIN-DA-LOO PART 3 - TAN-DOOR-RI-MIXED-GRILL PART 4 - CHI-CKEN-TIK-KA-CHI-CKEN-TIK-KA-RO-GAN-JOSH PART 2 - GAR-LIC-NAAN-BREAD-ON-THE-SIDE Composing your own Samba You are now going to structure your own Samba in smaller groups. Assign a leader in your group who will take the role that the teacher has been doing so far today...

You may like to use the CURRY SAMBA rhythms we have already learnt... (Level 5a)

Or for higher levels try composing your own!! (Level 6b)

You will also need clear CALL SIGNALS in your group Composing your own Samba Reflection Time... Samba is composed especially for carnivals. The singers and the tuned percussion ride on the decorated float and the percussionists dance behind. Samba is Mardi Gras or carnival music from Brazil that features a large percussion ensemble. Typical instruments
Surdo Large bass drum
Chocolo Shaker
Apito Whistle
Ago-go Cow bells
Repinique High pitched drum
Reco-reco Scraper
Tamborim Tambourine without bells
Caixa de guerro Snare drum Today's Outcomes... By the end of today's lesson I will be able to:

Perform my role in a simple Sampba performance and gain some knowledge about Samba Music. (Level 4a)

Understand what Call and Response is and be able to follow and respond to a range of Call Signals during a Samba performance. (Level 5b)

Take an active role in composing a structured piece of Samba. (Level 6b)
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