Orchestra Strings I

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Wednesdays (4:30PM - 5:00PM)

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What to practice this week:

Practice the following topics this week- December 2

  • Download your Winter Concert Music by clicking the Snowflake above!
  • Use the video below to help you learn the concert music

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Re-cap of this week's class on 12/2/20:

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Resources:

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Previous Weeks:

Class on 11/18/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Download your Winter Concert Music by clicking the Snowflake above!
  • Page 12 in the book!
  • Can you play Up on the Housetop?
    • It’s a great holiday song!

Class on 11/4/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 10-11
  • Can you play Symphony No 1 without stopping?

Class on 10/28/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Play Lo Yisa Goy on page 10
  • Why do you think this song sounds different from other songs we’ve played so far?

Class on 10/21/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Play all of the songs on page 9
  • Challenge: Musette Line 1– Eighth Notes
  • **EXTRA- Look ahead to more songs with eighth notes

Class on 10/14/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Play all of the songs on pages 6-8
  • **EXTRA- Look ahead to the songs with eighth notes

Class on 10/07/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Play all of the songs on pages 4-5
  • **EXTRA- Try to memorize the song AURA LEE (play with your eyes closed)

Class on 9/30/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • *What are the names of all four strings? G-D-A-E