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Need a fun way to engage and assess what your students hear as you study about (and play) musical examples by the composer, Ludwig van Beethoven? Use this listening glyph with Beethoven on it to assess what your students hear. This resource comes with several song titles for you to choose from:
♫ Symphony No. 5, Movement 1
♫ Symphony No. 9, Movement 4
♫ Fur Elise
♫ Moonlight Sonata, Movement 1
♫ Pathetique, Movements 1 & 2
There are also eight blank ones (no title) for you to choose a different title if you so choose.
Make these glyphs part of a listening station, homework, or as a whole class activity.
Beethoven is a great composer to learn about during any time of the year and his birthday is in December (and he died in March)... ❤