MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January

MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
MARTIN LUTHER KING ACTIVITIES - Classical Music Composer Listening, January
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Print & Play! Do you need engaging and mindful activities to commemorate Dr. King's birthday? What did the world sound like when he was born in 1929? Which composers produced the soundtrack to history and change? This collection of listening sheets will immerse your group inside of a musical time capsule.

Inspired by the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr! This set of listening sheets include classical compositions from the year of his birth - January 15, 1929.

To incorporate the season, students color in snowflakes when giving each piece their star rating!

Listening Sheets Included:

01. Viola Concerto, William Walton

02. Chôros No. 9, Heitor Villa-Lobos

03. Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 51, Joaquín Turina

04. Cello Sonata, Op. 50, Ernst Toch

05. Bunte Suite, Op. 48, Ernst Toch

06. Capriccio, Igor Stravinsky

07. Piano Piece Op. 33 (a), Arnold Schoenberg

08. Petite Suite, Op. 39, Albert Roussel

09. Piano Concerto in E major, Julius Röntgen

10. Prodigal Son, op. 46, Sergei Prokofiev

11. Rhapsody No. 1, Béla Bartók

12. String Quartet, Op. 89, Amy Beach

13. Rhapsody for String Quartet, Benjamin Britten

14. Rondo Veneziano, Ildebrando Pizzetti

15. Sinfonietta in F, Igor Markevitch

16. Symphony No. 2, Wilhelm Kempff

17. American Portraits, Roy Harris

18. Piano Concerto, Henry Cowell

19. Chôros No. 13, Heitor Villa-Lobos

20. Berceuse, Igor Stravinsky

Listening Sheet - There are no wrong answers! Students can note how they feel and what they imagine while listening to a selected piece of music. Choose from the musical instruments, nature scenes, colors, and more.

Weather & Feelings - Weather is a recurring theme in classical music. Does a musical piece remind the listener of a snowy day or a cheerful sunny afternoon? Students can select the weather symbols that come to mind. Is the music happy or sad? A set of emotional characters allows your group to pick the feelings that best relate to a piece of music.

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