It’s as Simple as Yes/No

How can you use this little sheet? So many ideas, here are a few:

  1. “Is this the melody of Dinah?” (any known song) Teacher hums or plays a tune.
  2. “Is this the rhythmic pattern of See Saw?” (any known song or rhyme). Teacher taps a rhythm.
  3. “Does this rhythmic pattern contain a tika tika?” (or any known rhythmic pattern) Teacher performs a rhythmic pattern.
  4. A series of questions based on a piece of music.

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How can you use this little sheet? So many ideas, here are a few:

  1. “Is this the melody of Dinah?” (any known song) Teacher hums or plays a tune.
  2. “Is this the rhythmic pattern of See Saw?” (any known song or rhyme). Teacher taps a rhythm.
  3. “Does this rhythmic pattern contain a tika tika?” (or any known rhythmic pattern) Teacher performs a rhythmic pattern.
  4. A series of questions based on a piece of music.
  • “Is this melody played by the violin?”
  • “Do you think this music is from India?”
  • “Is this a ‘crescendo’?”

I hope you find it very useful, and I welcome feedback. info@crescendo.com.au

Download only available to:

  • Piano Members
  • Forte Members
  • Fortissimo Members
  • Sforzato Members

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