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World Music | Brazilian Samba

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Transcript of World Music | Brazilian Samba

Surdo Tamborim Whistle Repinique Lesson 1 Samba Class Samba Lesson 2 "1, 2, 3 the samba stops!" I'm a drummer! Oh no you're not!
I'm a drummer! Oh no you're not!
I am! You're not! I am! You're not!
Am! Not! Am! Not! Am! Not! Am! Not! Aims Objectives To perform a full class Samba using the three elements and to start writing our own To learn about the three main elements of Samba music: [1] call and response [2] layered rhythms [3] the shout 1] Call and Response 2)The shout "1, 2, 3 the samba stops!" Aims Objectives To display a knowledge of Brazilian Samba rhythms and how they interlock To perform a Samba created by the whole class to improve our rhythmic ensemble skills Call and Response
The call and response will be the introduction to your Samba Which group can come up with the best? 5 min - Make sure the rhythms used can go from longer to shorter
- Or... you could try improvising for the rest of the group to copy

'I'm a drummer' uses: 4 - 4 - 4 - 4
2 - 2 - 2 - 2
1 - 1 - 1 - 1 The leader is to count everyone in and lead the call and response Call and Response to Main Section Play the call and response then the main section 5 min What have we learnt? Chocalho Austin Powers Theme Tune Quincy Jones - Soul Bossa Nova In your groups Practice the call and response, be ready to perform 5 min Grades 4-5

6-7

7-8

8-10 I cannot play my part in time


I can play my part with help and the call and response


I can play my part without help and the call and response


I can come up with my own Samba part and know it's in time Binary Form Lesson 3 Samba Aims Objectives To learn about the history of samba To add a "break" to the main rhythm Starter 1] What are the two instruments playing on their own at the start? (2)

2] What is the first percussion instrument to enter called? (1)

3] What was this track used for? (1)

4] At the end of the keyboard solo what country does it sound like? (1)

5] Where is the next solo instrument from? Can you name the instrument too? (2)

6] Name another style of music that has been mixed together with the Samba (1)

7] What is the metalic sounding instrument near the end? (1) Starter 1] What are the two instruments playing on their own at the start? (2)

2] What is the first percussion instrument to enter called? (1)

3] What was this track used for? (1)

4] At the end of the keyboard solo what country does it sound like? (1)

5] Where is the next solo instrument from? Can you name the instrument too? (2)

6] Name another style of music that has been mixed together with the Samba (1)

7] What is the metalic sounding instrument near the end? (1) Example: I like to Samba, Samba? Samba?
I like to Samba? Samba? Samba?
Samba here, Samba there, Samba here, Samba there,
Sam-ba, Sam-ba, Sam-ba, Sam-ba,
Sam - ba! Sam - ba! Sam - ba! Sam - ba! Remember that the leader is to take the call as well as guide everyone in to the main section, shouting "1, 2, 3, 4" 3) Perform! Main part The main part of your samba
will use between 2/3 rhythms:
1. Tea for two, tea for two
2. Why did you go and eat all my cake up?
3. Bread and jam, bread and jam for tea! Lessons 4+5 Group Samba Task:
Perform a piece of Samba in a group.

Your Samba must include:
1.Call and Response (I’m a drummer…/I like to Samba…/an invented call and response)

2.The shout (1, 2, 3 the Samba starts!)

3.Polyrhythms (Tea for two AND Why did you go and eat all my cake up AT THE SAME TIME)


4.At least one break, for example
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Leader x x x x
Others x x x x xx x x


5.A clear ending Samba plan "I'm a drummer..."
"I like to samba...."
And invented call and response Call and response polyrhythms "1, 2, 3, the samba starts!" "Tea for two"
AND
"Why did you go and eat
all my cake up?" The shout 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Break Others x x x x xx x x Leader x x x x Polyrhythms "Tea for two"
AND
"Why did you go and eat
all my cake up?" Ending Marks
0-4 Includes few or none of the elements above.
5-6 Includes some of the elements above, occasionally has a sense of rhythm, transitions between sections are slow
7-8 Includes most of the elements above and sometimes has a sense of rhythm, transitions between sections are sometimes slow.
9-10 Includes all of the elements above, has a strong sense of rhythm good transitions between sections, performed with confidence and planned well. Lesson 6 Samba evaluation and instruments
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