Sarasponda is a favorite song of many of my students. The arrangement uses a broken chord bordun, and it has a chord change. The lesson progresses from singing the song, to adding body percussion, differentiating the chord change with body percussion, and then finally the bordun pattern is played on the instruments. This lesson also highlights the octave interval, and teaches the solfege/Curwen hand signs for the interval. Also included in the lesson is an unpitched percussion part, where you or your students get to decide which instrument you like best for the part! Additionally, I have included the sheet music for you to use. I love this lesson for the beginning of the year fourth and fifth grade students because it is a great review of previously learned skills (solfege, broken chord bordun, unpitched percussion technique, and pitch matching), and it is a great introduction to chord changes. Enjoy!