Music Blog/Updates

  • Welcome back!

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    Hope you had a great summer and are ready for the new year!

    To your left you will see various resources I've placed for you to check out at home.  I've included Recorder Karate for 2nd and 3rd grade, and Link Up! for 4th grade.  More is on the way.

    Much love!

     

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Questions for You <3

  • Question 6: What other parts of music would you like to explore/learn about?

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    This question is open and broad: which instruments are you interested in learning, songs on the recorder, dances and music from another nation...What do YOU want to learn about?  I'm not talking about learning more about Beyonce or Jay Z--Most of you kids already listen to their music, and know plenty about them already.  :)  

    And this isn't a promise that I'll for sure teach you what you comment about, but I'll never know unless you ask.

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  • Question 1: Do you have any musical talents?

    Posted by: Ms. Iacobelli

    This includes singing, playing any instrument, dance (name which style), or something you would term "musical."  I'm always looking for fresh talent, and if you've got it, let me know here and I will find you.  :)

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  • Question 2: Who is your favorite musical artist? Why?

    Posted by: Ms. Iacobelli

    I know I'm not up to date on all the new songs/artists out there, so help a girl out!  Tell me who you're listening to, and give me a song to reference.

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  • Question 3: What do you know of American music?

    Posted by: Ms. Iacobelli

    American music is incredibly diverse--Not only native american music was born here, but jazz, hip hop, LOTS of great music comes from right at home!  Tell me what you know.

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  • Question 4: What is the state song of Florida?

    Posted by: Ms. Iacobelli

    Every state has it's own song--Do you know Florida's without looking it up?

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  • Question 5: Why was Beethoven so important to music?

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    Ludwig van Beethoven wasn't important just because he was deaf.  Why else is he important?

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