Food Notes Recorder Vocabulary Songs

100

What is a Goober Pea?
Boiled peanut.

100

What is a whole note?
It gets 4 counts.

100

What is the left hand?
The hand that goes on the top of the recorder.

100

What is the beat?
The pulse of the music.

100

What is "The Star-Spangled Banner?"
The name of our national anthem.

200

What are kinds of pasta?
macaroni, farfale, lasagna, spaghetti

200

What is a half note?
It gets 2 counts.

200

What is the thumb hole?
The name of the hole on the back of the recorder.

200

What is rhythm?
The pattern of the beat.

200

What is "Beautiful Nebraska?"
The name of our state song.

300

What is a marshmallow?
A round, puffy, sugary food you put on the end of a stick and roast over a fire.

300

What is a quarter note?
It gets 1 count.

300

What is B?
The name of the note you get when you cover the thumb hole and the top hole.

300

What is the staff?
The 5 lines and 4 spaces where the music is written.

300

Who wrote the words to the Star-Spangled Banner?
Francis Scott Key.

400

Who is Dr. Seuss or Theordor Giesel?
The man who wrote the words to "Hungry, Hungry."

400

What are eighth notes?
They can be hooked together with a beam or have a flag.

400

What is G?
The name of the note you get when you cover the top 3 holes and the thumb hole.

400

What is the pitch?
The high and the low of the music.

400

What is "The Civil War" or "The War Between the States?"
The war during which "Goober Peas" was sung.

500

What is "Blue Eggs over Easy?"
The name of the recorder piece that we play about food.

500

What is a rest?
It means a silent count.

500

What is the tenor recorder?
The name of the big recorder Mrs. Lukow plays that sound an octave lower than regular recorders.

500

What is a measure?
The space between 2 bar lines.

500

What is "B A Black Belt?"
The recorder piece we play in which the girls play an A and the boys play a B at the same time.

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