We’re going to continue working on notes in the treble clef. We’re also learning a new song and playing some “instruments” around the house. There is nothing to “Turn-in”, just musical experiences.
To start, let’s sing “I Love The Mountains” together:
We haven’t learned this song yet, so take it slow at the beginning. The music follows a pattern upward.
“I love the mountains,
I love the rolling hills
I love the flowers,
I love the daffodils
I love the fire-side
when all the lights are low
Take a look at the notes in the song. Starting from the first note until the word “hills”, what are the names of the notes?
For example, the first note is in the first space from the bottom so it is an “F” because the spaces spell “F.A.C.E”
You CAN Print out the picture and label each note if you’d like more practice. If you do, send me a picture! This is not a graded assignment! I will put the answers down below this post.
Next, We’re going to play along with another “home-version” of a Musication song. This one uses whatever “instruments” you have around the house. You can play 1 or try all of them at once!
BONUS: Try reading some rhythms! Use Ta and “Tee-Tee” or Du and Du-Day
Answers: (All B’s are B flats, but that’s not necessary to know yet)
F F E D D G G F E D C A A G F F B B A
G F E C C B A G F D D C B A G
F F F E D D D D G G G G C C D E F