Mr. Campbell

music resources

NYSSMA INFORMATION

performance Times have been scheduled, please look for my Classdojo message

Students received an envelope with a NYSSMA performance permit Today, May 13th 2019. Bring your NYSSMA Performance Permit to your performance.

Dates:

Friday May 31st, 2019

Saturday June 1st, 2019

Address:

Corona Arts and Sciences Academy

94-11 44th Ave

Queens, NY 11368

Frequently Asked Questions

NYSSMA FREQUESNTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

chorus - band

BRAVO to ps214 chorus and band!!

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE PARENTS AND TEACHERS WHO CAME OUT TO SUPPORT THE CHORUS AND THE BAND at the winter and spring concerts!


Thank you to Mrs. Fuccillo and Mrs. Mora for being advocates in support a growing and thriving culture of music at P.S.214.


watch the 2018/2019 winter concert here!

Winter Concert

watch the 2018/2019 spring concert here!

Firefly

The Moon


Summer Music Enrichment

Online music games

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

At P.S. 214, our students engage in fun music making activities and discussions each week. Singing, dancing, instrumental skill, reading music notation, group games, and live performance make up the music curriculum. Student's ability to accurately match pitch (sing), establish "beat" competency (develop accurate rhythm in their body), and demonstrate music literacy (reading music notation) are four focuses of our program. Mastery of these skills (music achievements) are the building blocks of music learning and mastery will unlock potential (music aptitude) for fluent, joyful music making that will last a lifetime.

Meters

4/4, 2/4, 3/4, 6/8, and 5/4

Note Durations

Quarter Note, Eighth Note, Sixteenth Note, and Triplets

Modes

Major, Minor, Dorian, Mixolydian, Pentatonic, and Lydian

Multi-part songs and Harmony

Singing Rounds and Canons, Ostinato and Melody, Melody and Root Melody

Understanding Concepts

PreK - 2nd

Long vs. Short, High vs. Low, Loud vs. Soft, Stop vs. Go, Sound vs. Silence, Voice Types (Singing, Speaking, Whisper, and CALLING VOICE!!!)

3rd-5th

Students must be able to define the following musical terms. Students must also be able to demonstrate understanding of these concepts by identifying each when presented with musical examples in class. Students must also apply musical concepts when composing music.

Melody - The singable tune from a song

(pitch and range)

Harmony - The effect of two or more notes occuring at the same time

(chord, progression, and key)

Form - How a piece of music is sectionally organize

(Canon, Round, Rondo, AABA, Call & Response, Echo Song)

Dynamics - Volume in music

(pianissimo, piano, mezzopiano, mezzoforte, forte, fortissimo)

Rhythm - The speed and repeated pattern of beats

(beat, meter, tempo, syncopation)

Timbre - The character of a sound


Notate music within specific melodic and rhythmic parameters.

Recorder/Ukulele: Perform music by rote and by sight

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Our program offers opportunities to audition for:

4th & 5th Grade Chorus, and 5th Grade Modern Band

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Please ask your child what they have been working on in music!

How music benefits overall intelligence

Snapshots

kindergarten

Identify, sing, move to, and describe musical elements (fast/slow, loud/soft, and high/low).

4th grade

Examining "My Country 'Tis Of Thee" and using it as a tool to identify rhythms.