Surprise Symphony, Music Listening & Movement Lesson

Cori Bloom
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Description

This music listening and movement lesson, based around Joseph Haydn's 'Surprise Symphony,' is a fun way to practice loud/soft sounds. The presentation guides your students through a simple listening and creative movement activity great for reviewing these musical comparitives while internalizing a great piece of music.

Also included is an additional presentation to practice two eighth notes and quarter note, which corresponds to the rhythm of the A section.

Included in the lesson:
*Powerpoint presentation focusing on loud and soft (with editable text!)
*PDF copy of PowerPoint
*Printable movement vocabulary cards specifically designed for this lesson. (Blank cards are also included)
*PowerPoint presentation to practice the rhythms found in the A section of this piece.
*PDF copy of rhythms powerpoint
*Teacher's guide
*Sound clip IS NOT included, however the PowerPoint contains a YouTube link.

Happy listening!
Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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