This google slideshow and downloadable PDF will show you how to create your own musicianship guide for your choral students to accompany repertoire. Highlighting the essential elements and musical ideas found in your repertoire not only helps students to learn the music faster, but also with more confidence. Included are YouTube tutorials, editable templates, and step-by-step instructions with examples.
Are you wanting to build more musicianship into your rehearsals, but feel like you don’t have time? This product will show you how to create your own musicianship guide for your repertoire selections using the tonal and rhythmic patterns found throughout your piece. Using the essential elements and musical ideas found in your repertoire not only helps students to learn the music faster, but also with more confidence. Learn how to tailor your musicianship guides to the needs of your singers and how to make them activity-based to drive interest and engagement. Use this resource to collaborate with other musician-educators on their ideas surrounding the final product you create and even access a free template to get you started. This slideshow includes video tutorials, editable templates for you to get started, and step-by-step instructions with examples. Your purchase includes a PDF version of the slideshow, link to a google slides presentation, and links to all video and template materials.
About the Author
About the Author
Danielle E. Larrick is a musician-educator in her 12th year of teaching who believes in the value of middle school music as a means of identity, expression, and connection. She focuses on designing practical, innovative, and engaging music curricula for middle school students. Danielle holds a B.M. in Music Education from Temple University and a Masters in Music Education from The University of the Arts. She served as the K-8 music teacher in an urban Philadelphia Charter School for two years. Currently, she teaches general music and directs the choirs at Gerald Huesken Middle School.