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Movie Music Madness

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Maegan Holman

on 4 September 2014

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Maegan Holman, Bryant Nguyen,
Kalie Sabajo, Kendra Springsted

Movie Music Madness
Film #1
Film #2
Film #4
Complete the first column of your Guided Activity worksheet while listening to this audio clip. What words would you use to describe this music?
What words would you use to describe this music?
The Avengers
Film #3
What words would you use to describe this music?
What words would you use to describe this music?
Heavy Weights

1.4 Analyze and describe the use of musical elements and expressive devices (e.g., articulation, dynamic markings) in aural examples in a varied repertoire of music representing diverse genres, styles, and cultures.
3.5 Classify, by genre or style and historical period or culture, unfamiliar but representative aural examples of music and explain the reasoning for the classification
.4.1 Develop specific criteria for making informed critical evaluations of the quality and effectiveness of performances, compositions, arrangements, and improvisations and apply those criteria in personal participation in music.
4.4 Describe the means used to create images or evoke feelings and emotions in musical works from various cultures.

Common CORE CCSS.ELA-Literacy.WHST.9-10.2d: Use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to manage the complexity of the topic and convey a style appropriate to the discipline and context as well as to the expertise of likely readers.
CA Music and Common Core Standards
A combination of notes that sound pleasant to most people when played at the same time.

When something sounds pleasant or "fits right," it is said to be consonant.
A combination of notes that sound harsh or unpleasant to most people.

When something just "doesn't sound right" or "doesn't fit," it is said to be dissonant.
Played or sung softly
Soft, light, gentle, quiet, intense
Loud, brash, heavy
Beginning of "Up" scene was played piano
Kittens, baby's skin (non-musical)
Not the Avengers scene
Following instruction, the students will be able to identify the musical elements that make the music consonant or dissonant in a movie scene.
Students will be able to apply this knowledge to subsequent lessons and connect to various arts inside and outside the classroom.
Forte - Loud, strong
Andante - Moderate, walking pace
Staccato - Short, separated
Piano - Soft
Accelerando - To gradually speed up
Accent - emphasis on a certain note
Legato - connected, lyrical
+ a combination of vocab!
Piano, forte, staccato,
Accelerando, accent
Your mission,
should you choose to accept...
While watching a movie or a TV show this week, listen for any music that is played and see if the music enhances the scene or vise versa.
Name of movie/show
The scene in which the movie occurs
How the music enhances the scene
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