THE NATURE SONG


5th GRADE QUESTIONS


1.WHAT´S A STAVE?
It´s a group of 5 lines and 4 spaces where we draw the musci notes and signs

2. WHAT TIME SIGNATURES DO WE KNOW?

3. WHAT´S A BAR?
A bar is the different parts is divided the stave

4. WHAT´S A BARLINE?
The lines we use for dividing the differetn bars

5. What´s this sign? 

Repetition bar line


6. What´s a sharp?
The sign that makes a note half tone higher


7. What´s a flat?
The sign that makes a note a half tone lower


ACCIDENTAL SIGNS


8. WHAT´S A DOT?
It´s a sign that adds the half of the value´s note

9. Wht´s a tie?
It´s a curve line that join some same notes
10. MUSIC NOTES AND RESTS






WE WILL ROCK YOU

We are learning about the Queen Rock band. We have sung We will rock you. After that, we have played with the recorder.


Here you can play the song in this score of Alvaro del Castillo´s page.






TALES OF HOFFMAN

     Jacques Offenbach was a French composer and cellist of the Romantic era with German-Jewish descent and one of the originators of the operetta form. He was one of the most influential composers of popular music in Europe in the 19th century, and many of his works remain in the repertory. While his name remains most closely associated with the French operetta and the Second Empire, it is his one fully operatic masterpiece, Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann), that has become the most frequently performed of Offenbach's works.




LYRICS

Belle nuit, ô nuit d’amour,
souris à nos ivresses,
nuit plus douce que le jour,
ô belle nuit d’amour!

Le temps fuit
et sans retour emporte nos tendresses!
Loin de cet heureux séjour,
le temps fuit sans retour.
Zéphyrs embrasés,
versez-nous vos caresses;
zéphyrs embrasés,
versez-nous vos baisers, Ah!
Belle nuit, ô nuit d’amour,
souris à nos ivresses,
nuit plus douce que le jour,
Oh belle nuit d’amour
Oh belle nuit d’amour
Souris à nos ivresses
Souris à nos ivresses
Nuit d’amour
Belle nuit
Oh belle nuit d’amour


SPRING IS HERE

We sing this song in spring!!




















PADLET 5th

You can write the name of Queen songs. Also, insert videos or photos.

Hecho con Padlet

PADLET 6º

Pupils, you have to write the name of Spanish rock and pop groups, in this padlet. Look for information, and add a video or a photo.

Hecho con Padlet

EL AMOR BRUJO, MANUEL DE FALLA

Spanish composer. He composed "El amor brujo"

Lo mismo que el fuego fatuo,
lo mismito es el querer.
Lo mismo que el fuego fatuo,
lo mismito es el querer.
Que huyes y te persigue
que llamas y hecha a correr.
Lo mismo que el fuego fatuo,
lo mismito es el querer.


BIENVENIDOS


In our Etwinning Project, "Let´s sing rock" , We have to learn spanish rock. We were singing and playing  "BIENVENIDOS" . The singer is Miguel Rios.



LLAMANDO A LA TIERRA

Now , in our Etwinning Project, "Let´s sing rock" we learn our spanish rock. In 5th grade, we have learn "LLAMANDO A LA TIERRA" (M- CLAN)


BUBA NIÑA

We are learning this song , with the recordar. It´s a traditional song  from Valencia.

We have learn the TIE and the REPETITION MARK



PROYECTOS CURSO 2017- 2018

Este año se van a llevar a cabo los siguientes proyectos Etwinning:
- Shared Melodies: con los cursos 1º y 2º. Los colegios que están en el proyecto son de Turquía, Albania, Croacia e Italia y Estonia
- Out and About: con 1º de Educación Primaria. El  colegio colaborador  es  de Lituania
- Let´s sing Rock: con 5º y 6º de Educación Primaria. Los colegios del proyecto son de Francia y Turquía
- The music we hear, the music we love: para 4º de Educación Primaria. Los colegios del proyecto son de Polonia, Italia , Turquia, Grecia y Portugal.
- World Heritage and World Cup: con otras profesoras del colegio Rabindranath Tagore , Turquía y Croacia.



DYNAMICS OF MUSIC


Classify the Dynamics of Music



In music, dynamics means how loud or quiet the music is.
In written music the dynamics are shown by letters which stand for Italian words for the dynamic levels. They are listed in the table below. Notice that “piano” is pronounced the Italian way (“pi-AH-no”).

The two basic dynamic indications in music are:
  • p or piano, meaning "soft", and
  • f or forte, meaning "loud."
More subtle degrees of loudness or softness are indicated by:
  • mp, standing for mezzo-piano, meaning "moderately soft", and
  • mf, standing for mezzo-forte, meaning "moderately loud".
Beyond f and p, there are also
  • pp, standing for "pianissimo" and meaning "very soft", and
  • ff, standing for "fortissimo" and meaning "very loud".

Gradual changes

In addition, two Italian words are used to show gradual changes in volume. Crescendo, abbreviated cresc., translates as "gradually becoming louder", and diminuendo, abbreviated dim., means "gradually becoming softer". The alternate decrescendo, abbreviated to decresc., also means "gradually becoming softer". Signs sometimes referred to as "hairpins" are also used to stand for these words (See image). If the lines are joined at the left, then the indication is to get louder; if they join at the right, the indication is to get softer.

NOTE LA

We have learnt a new note : LA






BEETHOVEN

                                          ODE TO JOY

The ode is best known for its musical setting by Ludwig van Beethoven in the final movement of his Ninth Symphony (completed in 1824), a choral symphony for orchestra, four solo voices and choir.
This is the sheet music archive for RECORDER.
  

THE SONG OF JOY



Come! Sing a song of joy
for peace shall come, my brother!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for men shall love each other!

That day will dawn just as sure
as hearts that are pure,
are hearts set free.
No man must stand along
with outstretched hands before him.

Reach out and take them in yours
with love that endures
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Come! Sing a song of joy
of freedom! Tell the story!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory!

One mighty voice that will bring
a sound that will ring
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Come! Sing a song of joy
of freedom! Tell the story!
Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory!

One mighty voice that will bring
a sound that will ring
forever more.
Then sing a song of joy
for love and understanding.

Sing! Sing a song of joy
for mankind in his glory

BAR LINES


Music is divided up by bar- lines.



The space between bar- lines is called a bar

The kinds of bar lines are: bar line, double bar line, Repeat bar line.