Chorus Sequence for MU.__.C.1.1

  • M/J Chorus 1 (MU.68.C.1.1)BAC
    Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • tonality: major, minor
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • ostinato
    • chords
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo
    • tonality: major, minor
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • listening map
    • aurally identify major and minor tonalities.
    • aurally identify melodic and harmonic elements
    • aurally identify theme and variations when listening to recorded examples.
    • follow a listening map.
    • create a listening map for a recorded example
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms
  • M/J Chorus 2 (MU.68.C.1.1)BAC
    Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • tonality: major, minor
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • ostinato
    • chords
    • theme
    • variations
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo
    • aurally identify major and minor tonalities.
    • aurally identify melodic and harmonic elements
    • follow a listening map.
    • create a listening map for a recorded example
    • aurally identify theme and variations when listening to recorded examples.
    • engage in active listening by identifying and defining specific forms
  • M/J Chorus 3 (MU.68.C.1.1)BAC
    Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • tonality: major, minor
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • ostinato
    • chords
    • theme
    • variations
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo, variational, sonata
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • listening map
    • theme
    • variations
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo, variational, sonata
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • dynamic markings
    • expressive markings
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • aurally identify major and minor tonalities.
    • aurally identify melodic and harmonic elements
    • create a listening map for a recorded example
    • aurally identify theme and variations when listening to recorded examples.
    • aurally differentiate between monophony, homophony, and polyphony in repertoire.
    • follow a listening map.
  • M/J Chorus 4 (MU.68.C.1.1)BAC
    Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • tonality: major, minor
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • ostinato
    • chords
    • phrasing
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • dynamic markings
    • expressive markings
    • theme
    • variations
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo, variational, sonata
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • dynamic markings
    • expressive markings
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • theme
    • variations
    • listening map
    • form: binary, ternary, rondo, variational, sonata
    • texture: monophony, homophony, polyphony
    • dynamic markings
    • expressive markings
    • melody
    • counter melody
    • aurally identify major and minor tonalities.
    • aurally identify expressive and structural elements of melody, harmony, and phrasing.
    • follow a listening map.
    • aurally differentiate between monophony, homophony, and polyphony in repertoire.
    • create a listening map for a recorded example, noting theme and variations where necessary.
  • Chorus 1 (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • follow a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.
  • Chorus 2 (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • differentiate between melody and harmony
    • critical listening skills
    • music symbols e.g. DS, coda, etc
    • critical listening skills
    • dissonance
    • consonance
    • form
    • instrumentation
    • texture
    • timbre
    • expressive elements
    • form
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • consistently identify melodic and harmonic elements.
    • follow a listening map and respond kinesthetically to specific aural detail.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • use a checklist to identify musical events, e.g. repeats, endings, D.S., coda, et al.
    • identify musical elements in a listening example such as dissonance and consonance, form, instrumentation, texture, timbre, and expressive elements, e.g., dynamics, articulation, phrasing, tempi, etc.
    • follow a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.
  • Chorus 3 (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • aurally identify major, minor, diminished, and augmented chords.
    • aurally identify melodic and harmonic elements.
    • follow a detailed listening map and respond kinesthetically.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., binary, ternary, rondo, verse and refrain, strophic, and through composed.
    • use a checklist to identify musical characteristics common to various styles of choral literature.
    • follow a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.
  • Chorus 4 (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • aurally identify major, minor, diminished, and augmented chords.
    • aurally identify expressive and structural elements of melody, harmony, and phrasing.
    • follow a detailed listening map and respond kinesthetically.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., binary, ternary, rondo, verse and refrain, strophic, and through composed.
    • use a checklist to identify musical characteristics common to various styles of choral literature.
    • follow a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.
  • Chorus 5 Honors (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • Aurally identify Classical style period music
    • Aurally identify the music of the Baroque period
    • Aurally identify Romantic period music
    • Aurally identify 20th Century period music
    • Identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • create a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.
  • Chorus 6 Honors (MU.912.C.1.1)BAC
    Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
    KnowsDos
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • agreed method and structure of listening map
    • melodic material naming conventions
    • Related Vocabulary for Middle Ages: plainchant, organum, cantus firmus.
    • Related Vocabulary for Renaissance: madrigal, text painting, motet.
    • Related Vocabulary: harpsichord, forte-piano, oratorio, figured-bass
    • Related Vocabulary: symphony, suite, sonata form, transition, delvelopment, motive, recapitulation, coda, concerto, cadenza, chamber music, string quartet, requiem.
    • Aurally identify Classical period music
    • Aurally identify Baroque period music
    • Aurally identify Romantic period music
    • Aurally identify 20th Century period music
    • Identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • create a listening map.
    • engage in active listening by identifying specific forms, e.g., AB, ABA, strophic, etc.
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Middle Ages and Renaissance style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Baroque style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Classical style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for Romantic style periods:
    • Listen and identify the musical characteristics for 20th Century style periods:
    • Compare preferences for particular style-periods.
    • Identify reasons for personal preferences toward certain time periods.