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Music Powerpoint

Transcript: By TJ Prelude No.15 in D flat major, op 28. Made in late 1830's (1835-1838) Chopin -Born in Poland 1810- -Died in Paris 1849- -Virtuoso Pianist- Romantic composer famous for piano music Music Presentation The Prelude No. 15 in D-flat major, known as the "Raindrop" Prelude, is the longest of the twenty-four that Chopin wrote. The weather during their stay in Majorca was apparently very wet and Chopin is said to have composed the piece there where the note repeated throughout the work represents the raindrops, hence the nickname. However, Chopin did not give it this nickname. The idea came from George Sand who told of the sound of dripping water falling on the roof where they were staying in Majorca. Sostenuto is an Italian term used by Chopin. It means a passage of music that is to be played in a sustained or prolonged manner. Although Chopin was born in Poland, he later settled in Paris. He had a famous love affair with the French novelist Amantine Dupin, best known by her pseudonym, George Sand. Frédéric Chopin Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. 28, are a set of short pieces for the piano, one in each of the twenty-four keys, originally published in 1839 and dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler, a composer of piano studies during Chopin's time. Ten years earlier, Kessler had dedicated his own set of 24 Preludes, Op. 31, to Chopin. Although the term prelude is generally used to describe an introductory piece, Chopin's stand as self-contained units, each portraying a specific idea or emotion. Chopin wrote them between 1835 and 1839, partly at Valldemossa, Majorca, where he spent the winter of 1838–39 and where he had fled with George Sand (His lover) and her children to escape the damp Paris weather. Like many short piano pieces of the Romantic period, this prelude is in ternary form – a three-part form (ABA) where the second A section is the same as, or very similar to, the first A section. Chopin composed during the Romantic period (roughly the 19th century). Music of the Romantic period was highly emotional and expressive with strong lyrical melodies and rich harmony. Most Romantic composers, including Schubert, Brahms and Liszt, wrote short piano pieces. Nearly all of Chopin’s compositions are for piano. Raindrop Prelude (Background) The main melody is repeated three times; the melody in the middle, however, is much more dark and dramatic. The key signature switches between D-flat major and C-sharp minor. This prelude is one of the 24 Chopin preludes. Usually performed between five and seven minutes in length, the sostenuto is also the longest of the preludes.

Background Music

Transcript: How can background music effect my classroom? Background Music Why? Why music? Music has been integrated in education since the beginning of time. How we learn our ABC'S. numbers, vowels, pretty much every foundational skill taught to children at a young age was and still is accompanied by a song. I wanted to create a welcoming environment that is conducive for learning. While creating this environment I wanted my students to be in a structured classroom. I found that when I transitioned out of private school into a public elementary my overall performance was low. I completely lost focus . I saw this same uninterested, fog attributes in my students. This haziness showed in their behavior, social skills and academics. I wanted to find a classroom management technique that would center them, not control them. My students LOVE music, each of them. Adding music to the classroom felt like the most approachable and reachable strategy to implement. Why cont.. Subtopic 1 Studies done on background music has shown positive results. These studies have claim that incorporating background music promote pro-social behavior in the classroom, like sharing or volunteering Hallman (2002). Along with positive social skills, students were more productive while music was played and less behavioral issues occurred Savan (1996) . Review Text Review Continues In my research I did not find a consistent model on how to include background music. Different teachers and classes tested different types of music. This awareness caused me to be more confident in what I wanted to do in my own room. Pictures References Hallam, S., Prince, J. (2002). The effects of background music on primary school pupils’ task performance. Educational Studies, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2002 Savan, A. (1996) A study of the effect of music on the behavior of children with special educational needs. Paper presented at the conference of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education, Reasoning For my classroom I am using classical music, piano music as well as guitar music. I decided to involve music that did not have words. I wanted my students to hear their own thoughts and to remain focus on whatever the goal set for them is. Whether that goal is a "small" goal like walking back to your seat or a "big" goal like unpacking and completing morning work in a orderly fashion. I also wanted to expose my children to different types of music. Exposure is the first step to new knowledge. Type of Music/Reasoning Action Plan Time to put it in action! The most appropriate times for me to include music was my transition time. 1. Morning-Classical music- welcoming environment 2. Reading/Math Center Rotation- Guitar music- structured motion 3. Packing up/ELT- piano music- relaxation and motivation Expectation Expectations As the last day of school approaches students become more anxious. I wanted to incorporate something in my class that added substance to our normal procedures. My expectations for including music is that students become more excited about being in the class. From the moment students walk in the room I want them to feel welcome and know that they are in structured community. Topic 2 Click to edit text

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Transcript: sources: Background music Water droplets at different heights send different colors to our eyes. A rainbow is typically a half circle of spectral color caused by the refraction of light in water droplets in the sky Rainbows Double rainbows occur when the light is reflected twice in the prism -The light that has all the colors hits the prism -The prism reflects the light -The colors with different wave lengths come out in a different angle -The light refracts when it hits the prism -Different wavelengths have different refractive indexes -Different refractive indexes bend differently -Water droplets act as prisms -Light is refracted upon entering the droplet -Light is reflected when it hits the end of the droplet -Light is refracted the 2nd time when it leaves the droplet -Electromagnetic radiation -Is made up of many colors -Different colors have different wave lengths -Can have lots of sources Light How do rainbows occur

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