Modern Period in Music Quick Guide

Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
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The Modern Period in Music is a quick guide to music samples, videos, fun facts, and major composers from the Modern Period. This interactive slideshow allows you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music in the Modern Period while keeping them engaged with relevant content and creative supplemental activities. In addition, the interactive composer pages could be used as a quick introduction to specific composers, such as Copland, Stravinsky, or Prokofiev for elementary-aged students.

Scroll down to check out other music periods as well as the complete bundle

**Now compatible with both Google™ Slides and PowerPoint**

The interactive slideshow features:

VIDEO LINKS
You have the option of playing through Youtube, Safeshare, or Viewpure.
An internet connection is required to view each video.
-Fast and Friendly Guide to the Modern Era
-John Cage’s 4’33” is performed on piano
-Peter and the Wolf Beatboxing
-The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
-Chatting with Leonard Bernstein
-Shostakovich’s life under Soviet Censorship
-Glass’ Metamorphosis One on solo piano
-Holst’s Jupiter in graphical notation
-Whitacre’s Virtual Choir performs Fly the Paradise
-Introduction to the Virtual Choir

VOCABULARY
-formalist
-atonality
-dissonance
-aleatoric music
-minimalism

COMPOSERS
each composer page features their birth and death year, several biographical facts, a map to show where they lived/worked, and a listening sample of their music

(first page)
Schoenberg
Stravinsky
Gershwin
Shostakovich
Cage
Britten
Bernstein

(second page)
Glass
Vaughan Williams
Holst
Bartók
Whitacre
Copland
Prokofiev
John Williams

SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITIES
(worksheets with guided instructions)
-worksheet with questions to accompany The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (answer key included)
-guide and instructions for students to compose their own experimental music
-activity in which students compare and contrast musical periods
--students name facts they know about each composer featured in the slideshow
-students create their own composer collage
-students create snapchats for their favorite composers

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Modern Period in Music Quick Guide
Total Pages
43 pages
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