Computer Lab Assignment Links

 

1. Choose Your Clef and Work on your Note Names for 3 Rounds. (You may need to "allow" your computer to run Adobe Flash)

Treble Clef Defender Game

Alto Clef Notation Training Practice

Bass Clef Quiz Warrior

 

2. Play the following rhythm game until you can pass the game. (Use your headphones)

You need to score at least 80 out of 100. If not, take it again!

Fabulous 4's Rhythm Game

 

3. Play the following rhythm game until you can pass the game. (Use your headphones)

You need to score at least 80 out of 100. If not, take it again!

See Saw Note Value Quiz

 

4. Play the following rhythm game until you can pass the game. (Use your headphones)

You need to score at least 80 out of 100. If not, take it again!

Music Teacher Games - Treble Clef

Music Teacher Games - Alto Clef

Music Teacher Games - Bass Clef

 

5. Pick 2 instruments to view. Yours and another.

How it's Made Video Channel

 

6. Identify your note names for your clef. Change the clef and range to your instruments’ range at the wheel icon on the top right.

MusicTheory.net

 

7. Rhythm Game

 

8. Intermediate Band - Quantum Mission

Advanced Band - Legend of Eagle Caves

Wind Ensemble - Call to Victory

Intermediate Orchestra - Legend of Dark Mountain

Advanced Orchestra - Centerfold

String Ensemble - Theme from Thailand

 

9. From the Top Instrumental Video of students who are prodigies on their instruments. (From Beginning and then the video ends at 3:15.)

 

10. Schoolloop

 

BONUS VIDEOS

Gustav Mahler's 6th Symphony - Mrs. Petty's Favorite Symphony Orchestra Piece (She's played it!)

Eastman Wind Ensemble - Lincolnshire Posy (Really standards concert band literature)

How to Read Music - Ted Talk

How to Read Music by a 12 Year Old - Funny

I Knew You Were Treble - How to Read music Treble Clef Funny

All About the Bass - How to Read music Bass Clef Funny

Pentatonix Hallelujah - This song was on the movie Shrek. However, this arrangement is pretty moving. Beautiful a capella voices! And they are so engaging to the viewer/listener.