These Composer of the Month Lessons and Activities are the perfect way to incorporate Music History and Music Theory into your Music Room Curriculum. In this set you will focus on Franz Liszt. Your students will love learning about Franz Liszt's life, listening and interacting with his compositions, and learning other fun facts about him.
This product includes:
🎵 Directions to “Follow Me” Activity to “Concerto No. 2 for Piano in A Major” (appropriate for grades K-1)
🎵 Listening lesson slideshow for Liszt's “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2” (appropriate for grade 4 and above), focusing on a theme with tim-ka, or dotted eighth/sixteenth
🎵 Listening lesson slideshow for Liszt's “Hungarian Fantasy” (appropriate for grade 4 and above), focusing on a theme with tam-ti and ti-tam, as well as dotted half
🎵 “Be a composer like Liszt” worksheet (appropriate for grade 1 and above), including separate composition worksheets for each of these concepts: ta and ti-ti, quarter rest, tika-tika, half note, ti-tika, tika-ti, syncopa, and tim-ka
🎵 Movement activity to Liszt's “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2” (appropriate for grades 1-5), including 50 printable visuals and PowerPoint with embedded music
🎵 Listening Response worksheet–can be used with Liszt piece of your choice
🎵 Slideshow about Liszt's life
🎵 Composer of the month bulletin board visuals: includes letters for “Composer of the month,” Picture of Liszt, Liszt quotes, World map pointing to Hungary, Visuals for Liszt's most well-known works, Composer/ Conductor/ Musician Visuals with definitions, and Did You Know Cards, with 8 different interesting facts about Liszt
🎵 Directions for the set
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