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Year 8 | World Music | Brazilian Samba

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Tim Bradshaw

on 27 January 2013

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Transcript of Year 8 | World Music | Brazilian Samba

Surdo Tamborim Apito 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 3] 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 How do we know where to put them in to the grid? Main section In your instrument groups 5 min - Fill out the grid first. Try doing it randomly
- Remember to count from 1 to 8 to match up your rhythm
- Help each other to learn the rhythm
- Come up with words / sentences to help you remember Call and Response Which table 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 [put your call and response here] Play the call and response then the main section 5 min With people on your table, see if you can work these out 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Starter What have we learnt? Agogos Chocalho Austin Powers Theme Tune Quincy Jones - Soul Bossa Nova What do you think the different shades could mean? Count + Clap In your groups Practice your rhythms, build them up then try starting all together 5 min Coming up with our own Samba [1] Come up with words to use
[2] Use 'tea coffee...' (for example)
[3] Count 1-8 slowly to see what
beats your rhythm falls on 10 min Grades 4
5
6 I can play my part with guidance and the call and response

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

I can come up with my own Samba part and know it's in time [Example] Which country would you like to go to next? China India Africa Cuba Difficulty: 4/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Grades 4
5
6 I can play my part with guidance and the call and response

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

I can come up with my own Samba part and know it's in time Performances Instrument swap Last week This week Binary Form Using grids to write parts ...is a great way to get everyone in time Lesson 1 Samba Aims Objectives To perform a full class Samba using all our rhythms but changing at the same time To learn to move from one rhythm to another using binary form Starter Do each rhythm 4 times Call and Response 1st 2nd Which country would you like to go to next? China India Africa Cuba Difficulty: 4/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Grades 4c
5b
5a I can play one rhythm well

I can play both rhythms well

I can move smoothly from one rhythm to another Performances 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) 1st rhythm x 4 2nd rhythm x 4 First time with 4 beats in between each then with no gaps in between Surdo Tamborim Agogos Reco Reco Shakers 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! 1] fill in the grid
2] count and clap slowly aloud together
3] elect a leader and call and response the rhythm
4] play together Rehearsal Technique 5 min + + Join groups and practice your rhythms together [1] Make sure you count 1 to 8 together so that your parts fit

[2] Try it slowly at first 5 min 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: 1] Decide who is playing each instrument on your table
(This will be your group later)

2] Move to the table with that instrument on and come up with one rhythm using the grid to count and clap 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! Back to your original tables Take your instruments with you Try playing all your parts together, counting "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8" slowly and out loud so that everyone can match up their parts What do you notice about how the rhythms sound together? Remember that the leader is to take the call as well as guide everyone in to the main section, shouting "1, 2, 3, 4" Using grids to write parts ...is a great way to get everyone in time Do each rhythm 4 times 1st 2nd
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