• K

    SINGING

    (natural voice)

    PLAYING

    (responding to)

    CREATING

    (responding to)

    LISTENING

    (responding to)

    RHYTHM

    steady beat

    steady beat

    ·body percussion

    ·simple un-pitched

           percussion

    steady beat

    ·         movement

    ·         body percussion

     

    steady beat

    ·         movement

    ·         body percussion

    patterns (no visual)

     

    beat vs. rhythm

    (pulse vs. words and syllables)

     

    beat vs. rhythm

    short/long

    short/long

     

    short/long

    sound/silence

    sound/silence

     

    sound/silence

    MELODY

    pitch: high/low

    pitch: high/low

    songs in a limited range

    pitch: high/low

    melodic direction: up/down

    melodic direction: up/down

    devised notation

    (not standard notation)

    melodic direction: up/down

    speaking vs. singing voice

    size of sound source/pitch

     

    folk and traditional song repertoire

    sing sol-mi phrases matching pitch

     

     

     

    folk and traditional song repertoire

     

     

     

    HARMONY

    major/minor

     

     

    major/minor

    rhyme or song w/ teacher accompanied ostinato

     

     

    FORM

    phrase

    phrase

    phrase

    phrase

    AB

    AB

    AB

    AB

    same/different

    same/different

    same/different

    same/different

    EXPRESSIVE QUALITITES

    tempo: fast/slow

     

    tempo: fast/slow

     

    sound effects to accompany stories

    tempo: fast/slow

     

    dynamics: loud/soft

    dynamics: loud/soft

     

    dynamics: loud/soft

    vocal timbre: singing, speaking, shouting, whispering, man, woman, boy, girl, etc.

    proper un-pitched percussion playing technique

     

    timbre: vocal and instrumental