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Author Clark, Veronica.

Title High low Dolly Pepper : developing music skills with young children / by Veronica Clark ; illustrated by Michael Evans
Published London : A&C Black, 1991

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 MELB CRC  780.7 CLA-H  DUE 30-09-19
Description 96 pages : illustrations
Contents Here is a resource book of poems, songs, activities and games to help you explore music with young children. Starting with their own experiences, the book develops their understanding of louder and quieter, faster and slower, higher and lower, longer and shorter. Links are made with the English Curriculum through the spoken word and language development, and with sound and music in the Science Curriculum. The book is divided into five main areas corresponding to the five basic concepts of music : timbre (exploring sounds), volume (louder and quieter), tempo (faster and slower), pitch (higher and lower) and rhythm (longer and shorter). This book contains photocopiable activity material which may be distributed for classroom use. EXPLORING SOUNDS : 1. Body sounds. 2. Mouth sounds. 3. Environmental sounds. 4. Instrumental sounds. The science of sound. LOUDER AND QUIETER : 1. Quiet sounds. 2. Loud sounds. 3. Getting louder and getting quieter. 4. Loud and quiet together. The science of sound. FASTER AND SLOWER : 1. Slow and fast in contrast. 2. Feeling the pulse. 3. Getting faster and getting slower. 4. Fast and slow together. The science of sound. HIGHER AND LOWER : 1. High and low in contrast. 2. High, low, in between. 3. Getting higher and getting lower. 4. More melodic movement. The science of sound. LONGER AND SHORTER : 1. Long and short in contrast. 2. Long and short in sequence. 3. Long and short together. 4. Rhythmic patterns. The science of sound
Subject Music -- Instruction and study -- Juvenile.
Music -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Great Britain.
Primary schools -- Curriculum -- Music
Music -- Instruction and study.
Author Evans, Michael.
ISBN 0713633298 (spiral)