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The Musical Classroom: Backgrounds, Models, and Skills for Elementary Teaching

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5th
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9780130262622

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0130262625
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Pub. Date:
12/1/2000
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

For one-semester, undergraduate-level courses in Music for Children, Music in the Elementary School, Music in Childhood, Elementary Classroom Music, Elementary Music Methods. Assuming little or no musical background, this text shows students how music works, and demonstrates how to convey this understanding to others. It helps students develop skills in teaching music while offering them introductory experiences in playing and reading music. The text features lots of song material, information on learning instruments, sample lessons, and an accompanying CD.

Author Biography

Carolynn A. Lindeman is Professor of Music at San Francisco State University and past president of MENC: The National Association for Music Education (1996-98).

Table of Contents

To Instructors xiii
To Students xvii
Acknowledgments xix
SECTION ONE Backgrounds for Teaching Music 1(110)
Music in the Elementary School
2(6)
The National Standards for Music Education
5(3)
An Introduction to the Elements of Music and Music Concepts
8(9)
Expressive Qualities
10(1)
Melody
10(1)
Rhythm
11(1)
Form
12(1)
Harmony
13(1)
Scope and Sequence Chart of Music concepts, Levels I-III
14(3)
Music-Making Activities
17(33)
Listening
18(3)
Playing Instruments
21(11)
Singing
32(9)
Movement
41(3)
Creating Music
44(3)
Reading and Notating Music
47(3)
The World of Music
50(14)
Western Art Music
50(3)
World Music
53(6)
Jazz
59(1)
Women in Music
60(1)
Popular Music
61(3)
Approaches to Curriculum
64(16)
The Comprehensive Musicianship Approach
64(3)
The Orff-Schulwerk Approach
67(3)
The Kodaly Approach
70(4)
Dalcroze Eurhythmics
74(2)
Theory of Music Learning: Edwin E. Gordon
76(2)
The Eclectic Approach
78(2)
Curricular Developments
80(24)
Music Technology in the Elementary Classroom
80(4)
Integrating Music, the Arts, and Other Subjects
84(6)
Teaching Music to Special Learners
90(6)
Cooperative Learning
96(1)
The Prekindergarten Child and Music
97(7)
Planning and Assessing Music Learning
104(7)
Planning: Goals and Objectives
104(1)
Guidelines for Planning Music
105(1)
Lesson Planning
106(2)
Assessing Music Learning
108(1)
The National Assessment of Educational Progress
108(3)
SECTION TWO Model Experiences for Teaching Music 111(132)
Presenting a Model Experience
112(2)
Model Experiences for Kindergarten and First Grade
114(39)
Sequence of Songs and Listening Selections
114(1)
``Golden Gate'' (traditional chant)
116(2)
``Riding in the Buggy'' (American folk song)
118(2)
``Parade,'' from Divertissement, by Ibert
120(2)
``Sally, Go 'Round the Sun'' (American folk song)
122(2)
Hungarian Dance no. 5, by Brahms
124(2)
``Looby Loo'' (American folk song)
126(2)
``Ballet of the Unhateched Chicks,'' from Pictures at an Exhibition, by Mussorgsky
128(2)
``John the Rabbit'' (American folk-game song)
130(2)
``Elephant,'' from the Carnival of the animals, by Saint-Saens (Excerpt)
132(1)
``Aviary,'' from the carnival of the Animals, by Saint-Saens (Excerpt)
132(2)
``Five Angles'' (German folk song)
134(2)
``Wishy Washy Wee'' (American folk song)
136(2)
``Head-Shoulders, Baby'' (African American game song)
138(2)
``Anaguta Drums'' (Africa) (Excerpt)
140(1)
``Muno Muno'' (Africa) (Excerpt)
140(2)
``Wake Me!'' (African American folk song)
142(2)
``Matarile'' (Mexican folk song)
144(2)
``Sing about Martin!'' by ``Miss Jackie'' Weissman
146
Sequence of Music Concepts
114(1)
Developmental characteristics of Kindergarten and First-Grade Children
115(1)
Model Experiences
116(32)
Evaluation for College Students
148(1)
Original Model Experience Assignment
148(2)
Evaluating an Elementary Music Series Textbook Assignment
150(1)
Resource File
151(2)
Model Experiences for second and Third Grades
153(44)
Sequence of Songs and Listening Selections
154(1)
``Barcarolle,'' from Tales of Hoffman, by Offenbach (Excerpt)
156(1)
``Devil's Dance,'' from The Soldier's tale, by Stravinsky
156(2)
``Shoo, Fly'' (Music by Frank Campbell; text by Billy Reeves)
158(2)
``Chinese Dance,'' from Nutcracker Suite, by Tchaikovsky
160(2)
``Willowbee'' (American folk song)
162(2)
``Kangaroos,'' from Carnival of the Animals, by saint-Saens
164(2)
``Bingo'' (American folk song)
166(2)
``Cielito Lindo'' (Mexico: trumpets) (Excerpt)
168(1)
``Cielito Lindo'' (Mexico: guitar) (Excerpt)
168(2)
``The Stars and Stripes Forever,'' by Sousa (Excerpt)
170(2)
``My Father's House'' (American song)
172(2)
Canzona, by Gabrieli (Excerpt)
174(1)
Trout Quintet, fourth movement, by Schubert (Excerpt)
174(1)
Serende for Wind Instruments, Theme and Variations (K. 361), by Mozart (Excerpt)
174(1)
Toccata, third movement, by Chavez (Excerpt)
174(2)
``Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring,'' from Cantata No. 147, by Bach (Excerpt)
176(2)
``Ebeneezer Sneezer,'' by Olson
178(2)
``Hanukkah'' (Hebrew folk song)
180(2)
``Chatter with the Angels'' (African American song)
182(2)
``Song of the Dargon'' (Chinese folk melody)
184(2)
``Hop Up, My Ladies'' (American folk song)
186
Sequence of music Concepts
154(1)
Developmental Characteristics of Second-and Third-Grade Children
155(1)
Model Experiences
156(32)
Evaluation for College Students
188(1)
Original Model Experience Assignments
189(2)
Evaluating an Elementary Music Series Textbook Assignment
191(1)
Resource File
191(6)
Model Experiences for Fourth and Fifth Grades
197(46)
Sequence of Songs and Listening Selections
198(1)
``Pianists'' from Carnival of the Animals, by Saint-Saens
200(2)
``Hawaiian Rainbows'' (song from Hawaii)
202(2)
Haiku sound piece
204(2)
``Carillon'' from L'Arlesienne Suite no. 1, by Bizet
206(2)
``Viennese Musiucal Clock'' from Hary Janos Suite, by Kodaly
208(2)
``Hey Lidee'' (American song)
210(2)
``Stomp Dance'' (Cherokee Indian) (Excerpt)
212(1)
``Mai Wakaringano'' (Africa) (Excerpt)
212(1)
``Ho Jamalo'' (India-Pakistan) (Excerpt)
212(2)
``Corn Grinding Song'' (Navajo Indian)
214(2)
``Hoali Dance'' (Tunisia) (Excerpt)
216(1)
``Rippling Water'' (Vietnam) (Excerpt)
216(1)
``Barong Dance'' (Bali) (Excerpt)
216(2)
``Wabash Cannon Ball'' (traditional American song)
218(2)
``Joe Turner Blues'' (African American blues)
220(2)
``Priffle Rag,'' by Yelvington
222(2)
``When the Saints Go Marching In'' (African-American spiritual)
224(1)
``Diga Diga Doo'' (Fields and McHugh, Americans) (Excerpt)
224(2)
``Take Five,'' by Desmond (Excerpt)
226(2)
``Jamaica Farewell'' (traditional calypso song from the West Indies)
228(2)
``Four on the Floor,'' by Larsen (Excerpt)
230(1)
Archduke Trio, second movement, by Beethoven (Excerpt)
230
Sequence of Music Concepts
198(1)
Developmental Characteristics of Fourth-and Fifth-Grade Children
199(1)
Model Experiences
200(32)
Evaluation for College Students
232(1)
Original Model Experience Assignemts
233(2)
Evaluating an Elementary Music Series Textbook Assignment
235(1)
Resource File
236(7)
SECTION THREE Instruments 243(34)
The Autoharp and the Chromaharp
244(4)
The Guitar and the Ukulele
248(7)
The Keyboard
255(12)
The Recorder
267(6)
The Voice
273(4)
SECTION FOUR Songs 277(120)
APPENDIXES 397(40)
A Reference Material For Music Fundamentals
397(9)
B Evaluation Forms
406(4)
Self-Evaluation Form for Model Experience Presentation
408(1)
Evaluation Form for Model Experience Participants
408(1)
Evaluation Form for Music Software
409(1)
C Elementary Music Series
410(4)
The Music Connection
410(1)
Share the Music
411(1)
Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum
412(2)
D A Collection of Chants, Proverbs and Poems
414(4)
E Timeline of Music and History
418(3)
F Resources
421(16)
Glossary 437(4)
Contents of CD 441(2)
Music Index 443(2)
Subject Index 445


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