Solfege
Rhythm Reading
Sight Reading
Note Reading
Warm Ups/Performance
100

What is solfege?

Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do.

It helps us read/sing our notes easier.

100

What note is this and how many beats is it worth?

Quarter note=1 beat


100

What is sight reading?

Looking at music for the first time and performing it.

100

How many notes are in the musical alphabet?

What are they?

7

ABCDEFG

100

What is the purpose of warming up?

Getting our voices ready to sing.

200

In our solfege scale, is "To" any of the syllables?

Is "Mo" any of the syllables?

No.

And No.

200

What note is this and how many beats is it worth?

Half Note=2 beats


200

What key would this music be in? (Ex. G...F...C...)


G

200

What is the name of this symbol?

Treble Clef

200

What are 3 warm ups that we do everyday?

300

Speak/sing the entire solfege scale in order.

Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do

300

What note(s) is this and how many beats is it worth?

Eighth notes=1 beat

Credit for: we count it as 1+

300

What key would this be in? (Ex. G...F...C)

F

300

What is the name of this symbol?

Bass Clef

300

What is one song that we are performing for our concert?

Options:

Hakuna Matata
Follow Me
Music in the Morning


400

Speak/sing the entire solfege scale with hand signs.

400

What is this symbol called and how many beats is it worth?

Quarter Rest=1 beat

(Credit for: it's silent)

400

What are intervals?

Intervals are the distance from one note to another.

Example: C-E=3; Do-Mi

400

What are the treble clef line and space notes?

EGBDF

FACE

400

What are all two songs that we are performing for our concert?

1. Music in the Morning

2. Hakuna Matata

500

What are the hand signs for the following solfege syllables?

Sol-Mi-La-Do

500

Pick a rhythm and clap/say it.

500

Sight read this pattern. The bottom note is Do.

500

What are the bass clef line and space notes?

GBDFA

ACEG

500

Perform with your group a piece of a song we are performing for our concert.

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