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Wonderful Woodwinds

from Cleveland Institute of Music

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Students discover the instruments of the woodwind family by
participating in the studio audience of the fictitious television talk show, “Fabulous
Families.”  They will listen to and
describe the sounds these instruments make and learn some of the history behind
how they developed. Throughout the “show,” students will have opportunities to
interact with at least one woodwind-playing CIM student.  This class can be taken alone or in
combination with any number of the other classes in the “Fabulous Families”
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About This Program

Cost

Point to Point: $180.00
By Request: $180.00



Length

45 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 3, 4, 5

Minimum participants:

No Minimum

Maximum participants:

30


Primary Disciplines

Fine Arts, Performing Arts Lifelong Learning


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)
Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Skype, iChat, Vidyo, Movi/Jabber, Blue Jeans, etc...)



Booking Information

This session is delivered on demand

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Once arranged, distance learning offerings are very difficult and often impossible to re-schedule. The policy of the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) concerning distance learning scheduling and registration is as follows:

CIM does not allow the video or audio recording of our distance learning presentations.
Registration for distance learning programs must occur at least four weeks prior to the program date.
Upon confirmation of registration, payment of fees will be considered due, and distance learning clients will be invoiced for all applicable fees. Fees paid to CIM for distance learning programs are non-refundable, except in the case of school closings and other emergencies.
Requests for schedule changes made 10 or more days prior to the program date will be considered but not guaranteed.
Requests for schedule changes made less than 10 days prior to the program date will not be considered
Payments are due regardless of any schedule changes or cancellations.
Please note that all times are Eastern Standard Time.

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Cleveland Institute of Music

Cleveland, OH
United States

The Cleveland Institute of Music is a leading international conservatory that is distinguished by an exceptional degree of collaboration between students and teachers. This same stimulating environment extends to the Institute's community education programs, which help people of all ages realize their full musical potential.

CIM offers many exciting distance learning programs for Pre-K through high school. These programs are informative, fun and highly interactive. In addition to a full array of programs and courses in music, CIM offers a series of interdisciplinary programs that address academic content standards in science, math, language arts, and history. These programs are designed to enliven and reinforce the academic core curriculum

Contact:
Contact Alisa Andrews about scheduling.
samm@norsoft.net
2167953150

Program Details

Format

• Discussion: Identifying woodwind instruments
• Performance: Woodwind Quintet
• Discussion: History of woodwind instruments
• Performance: Recorder Consort
• Discussion: The Flute
• Game: “One of These Sounds is Not Like the Other”
• Discussion: The Clarinet
• Performance: Live performance by a CIM woodwind instrumentalist
• Activity: “Mystery Song” (Played on tuned bottles)
• Discussion: The Oboe and the Bassoon
• Activity: Locating the woodwinds in an orchestra
• Game: “Wheel of Woodwinds”
• Feature videos for each woodwind instrument will be interspersed throughout.

Objectives

Students will identify woodwind instruments visually and aurally.
Students will discover the history of each woodwind instrument and how it developed.
Students will create and perform on their own “woodwind” instrument.
Students will describe the sounds of woodwind instruments

Standards Alignment

National Standards

Performing
Interpret
Grade 4
MU:Pr4.3.4a Demonstrate and explain how intent is conveyed through interpretive decisions and expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, and timbre).
Grade 5
MU:Pr4.3.5a Demonstrate and explain how intent is conveyed through interpretive decisions and expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, timbre, and articulation/style).

Present
Grade 3
MU:Pr6.1.3b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context and venue.
Grade 4
MU:Pr6.1.4b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, and genre.

Grade 5
MU:Pr6.1.5b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, genre, and style

Responding
Interpret
Grade 4
MU:Re8.1.4a Demonstrate and explain how the expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, and timbre) are used in performers’ and personal interpretations to reflect expressive intent.
Grade 5
MU:Re8.1.5a Demonstrate and explain how the expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, timbre, and articulation) are used in performers’ and personal interpretations to reflect expressive intent.






Connecting
Connect #10
Grade 4
MU:Pr4.3.4a Demonstrate and explain how intent is conveyed through interpretive decisions and expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, and timbre).
Grade 5
MU:Pr4.3.5a Demonstrate and explain how intent is conveyed through interpretive decisions and expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, timbre, and articulation/style).

Connect #11
Grade 3
MU:Pr6.1.3b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context and venue.
Grade 4
MU:Pr6.1.4b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, and genre.
Grade 5
MU:Pr6.1.5b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, genre, and style.

State Standards

Perceiving/Knowing/Creating
Grade 3
1CE Visually and aurally, identify the four families of orchestral instruments.
2CE Identify and discriminate between sounds produced by various instruments and the human voice.
3CE Listen to and identify the music of different composers of world cultures.
5CE Identify elements of music using developmentally appropriate vocabulary.
6CE Identify careers in music including composing, performing and conducting

Grade 4
1CE Classify instruments by the four families of the orchestra.
2CE Describe the way sound is produced by various instruments and the human voice
3CE Listen, identify and respond to music of different composers and world cultures.
6CE Identify elements of music using developmentally appropriate vocabulary.
7CE Describe the roles of musicians in various music settings.
8CE Describe the use of technology and digital tools in music.

Grade 5
1CE Explore and identify musical instruments from different historical periods and world cultures.
2CE Listen to, identify, and respond to music of different composers, historical periods and world cultures.

Producing/Performing
Grade 3
2PR Follow and respond to the cues of a conductor.
4PR Play a variety of classroom instruments with proper technique.
5PR Sing, move and respond to music from world cultures and different composers.
9PR Demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette at live performances.

Grade 4
3PR Play a variety of classroom instruments with proper technique.
4PR Sing, move and respond to music from world cultures and different composers.
8PR Demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette at live performances.

Grade 5
2PR Perform, on instruments, a varied repertoire with accurate rhythm and pitch, appropriate expressive qualities, good posture and breath control.
4PR Use technology and the media arts to create and perform music.
6PR Read, write and perform diatonic melodies and the major scale on the treble staff.
7PR Demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette at live performances.


Responding/Reflecting
Grade 3
2RE Notice and describe what they hear in selected pieces of music and compare their responses to those of others.

Grade 4
1RE Explain how the elements and subject matter of music connect with disciplines outside the arts.
3RE Explain classification of musical instruments, voices, composers and forms using appropriate music vocabulary.
4RE Discuss the roles of musicians heard in various performance settings.

Grade 5
3RE Describe how the process of learning in music connects to learning in other arts and other subject areas.
5RE Consider and articulate the influence of technology on music careers.