Engage and assess what your (K-8) students hear in a fun, creative and artistic way as you study about (and play) music from Cinderella (Ballet, Broadway, Opera genres and more). Use these listening glyphs to enhance songs from Prokofiev's ballet version of Cinderella, Rodger's & Hammerstein's musical version of Cinderella, Rossini's opera, La Cenerentola (Cinderella), jazz versions and more. They're also great to accompany the story versions and to use as another comparison to the story for classroom teachers!
Play a recording (not included) and have your students follow the color codes key to assess what they hear.
Glyphs for Prokofiev's ballet version of Cinderella:
♬ "The Spring Fairy"
♬ “Cinderella Goes to the Ball”
Glyphs for Rossini's opera version of Cinderella (La Cenerentola):
♬ "Questo è un nodo avviluppato"
♬ “Non più mesta”
Glyphs for Rodger's & Hammersteins musicla veriosn of Cinderella:
♬ "In My Own Little Corner"
♬ "Impossible and It's Possible"
♬ "Ten Minutes Ago"
♬ "The Waltz Ball"
♬ "Cinderella Blues"
♬ "Cinderella Waltz"
♬ "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes"
Some of the skills assessed in this set include:
♬ man's voice vs woman's voice
♬ one voice vs more than one voices
♬ singing vs no singing (vocal vs no vocals)
♬ steady vs unsteady beat
♬ strings vs no strings (also: violins vs no violins, harp vs no harp)
♬ woodwinds vs no woodwinds (also: flute vs no flute)
♬ brass vs no brass (also: trumpet vs no trumpet)
♬ percussion vs. no percussion (also glockenspiel vs no glockenspiel, woodblock vs no woodblock)
♬ dynamics stay the same vs dynamics change (also loud vs quite/soft)
♬ tempo changes vs stays the same
♬ sounds like twirling and spinning vs sounds like a march
♬ and MORE
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Other Listening Glyphs