Piano I

Click the snowflake for your Concert Music!

Thursdays (4:00PM - 4:30PM)

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What to practice this week:

Practice the following topics this week, December 3

  • Download your Winter Concert Music by clicking the Snowflake above!
  • Use the videos below to help you learn your part!

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Re-cap of this week's class on 12/3/20:

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Resources:

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Previous Weeks:

Class on 11/19/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Begin working on our winter concert music!

Class on 11/12/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 26-27
  • Download your Winter Concert Music by clicking the Snowflake above!
  • *Can you play Goldfish without looking at your hands?

Class on 11/5/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 24-25
  • Swimming Pool.
    • Can you play the two notes at the same time?
  • Can you play “Ice Cream Cone” without looking at your hands?

Class on 10/29/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 22-23
  • Remember how to play the note G from Monster Mash?

Class on 10/22/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 21-22
  • New Note “A”
  • Challenge piece: “Kitty Kat”- Can you play it without stopping?
  • Finish the Activity for Birthday Cakes!

Class on 10/15/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Pages 18-20
  • Challenge piece: “The Rain”- Can you play it without stopping?
  • **EXTRA- Look ahead to the note “A”

Class on 10/8/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • Practice Pages 17-19
  • Can you play “The Woodpecker” without looking at your fingers?

Class on 10/1/20

What we learned and practiced:

  • What are the ABC’s of piano