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Come Ready and See Me

Chapter Objective : One of the most basic yet challenging activities to do with children is to teach them a song. Adults sing in much lower range than children, therefore pitching a song too low causes children to be unsuccessful at reaching some of the lower notes. After a while, they will give up trying to reach the material altogether.

One good habit to help children sing well is to ask them sing in their head voice rather than their chest voice. Chest voice feels like the sound is emanating from the chest, which tends to create a lot of tension in the throat, particularly in younger singers. The head voice is lighter, more tension-free, and more natural and therefore more beautiful sounding. While they may be able to hit higher or lower notes, these few notes are where they can sing the loudest and most comfortably.

Doing warm-ups not only helps children explore their vocal range but expand it as well. As with all pitched warm-ups, start at the bottom of the range and move up in half-step increments and then back down. Some of the warm-ups are quite cognitively challenging. This is a cognitively challenging exercise.

After singing from a low C to a high C, reverse the pyramid, and begin and high C and descend downward i. Children are certainly capable of singing very complicated rhythms and melodies just by listening and aural imitation, but when selecting a song to sing, it is important to find a song that matches the vocal range and the tessitura of the children.

After finding songs with the appropriate range and tessitura, it is critical to analyze a few additional musical components before you teach it. The final step is to have the song down cold before attempting to teach it. The same goes for any material you want to teach children. If the song is notated, you can just look on the music to find the meter e. Begin tapping on a desk while singing the song.

If you tap slightly harder on the downbeat the first beat of the group of two or three or six in each measure of the song and begin singing, it will help you to find the meter. Groups of beats in Western music are mostly either in duple two or four beats for a measure or triple three or six beats in a measure , so try tapping in groups of two first to see if that fits, and then try three. Which meter fits the song better? The first is in duple, the second is in triple feel.

In addition to the downbeat and meter, you will also need to determine whether the first note of the song begins directly on the downbeat or on a pickup.

Songs that begin on a pickup i. Songs in which the first section returns again at the end are known as ternary, three-part or ABA. The second method is a hybrid known as rote-note, where the song is taught mostly by ear, but also involves the addition of some type of visual element, such as showing some notation.

The third method is known as note, which is teaching the song using written in notation e. Motor skills can be added to a song to increase the learning dimensions. Rote-note teaching is partially iconic image-based and appropriate for lower elementary students K—2 just learning to read as it involves some type of iconic or image-based representation of music, such as using abstract notation or modified rhythmic or pitch notation.

Note teaching is symbolic language-based and more appropriate for upper elementary grades. The next decision is whether to teach the song as a whole or by one phrase or line at a time. This consideration will happen regardless of which teaching style—rote, rote-note, or note—is used. Note that the term phrase refers to the music, while line refers to the lyrics or poem. Whole song: Teaching a whole song is exactly what it sounds like…singing the whole song at once and having the students echo the whole song right back.

This is good for very short, simple songs; songs that have a lot of repetition either in the words or music; or call and response songs with few variables.

Phrase-by-phrase teaching is best when the song is longer or has a lot of lyrics or complex melodies. This is the most common method for teaching more complicated or lengthy songs. In this technique, each phrase is sung by the teacher and then immediately echoed back by the students. If there is more than one verse to a song, after teaching one verse, make sure to repeat the first verse several times with the students before moving on to the next verse.

You are teaching a group of kindergarteners. Which songs would you be more likely to teach 1 as a whole song; 2 phrase by phrase? Of course singing a song is fun, but it can also be highly educational. In preparation for integration, and for using music with other art and subject areas, train yourself to explore the full potential of each song. They are listening, analyzing, visualizing, sequencing, and applying concentrated brainwork to understand what they are singing.

Getting students to understand the musical differences between phrases is actually less challenging than you might imagine. But what if I asked you which musical phrases are the same? If you have trouble, remove the lyrics and hum the melody.

Now how many are the same? Three of them—the first, second, and fourth. Line 3 is different. Having students hum the melody rather than singing words helps them hear the melody separately from the lyrics. Holding up fingers as they sing each phrase marks where they are in the song. Better still, have them sing the solfege for the different lines instead of the words or humming.

In terms of analysis, solfege instantly informs the listener or singer which lines of music are the same and helps them compare and contrast each line rather quickly! Below are some important strategies for teaching a song either for the first time, or even to review a song or help children analyze an old and familiar song. Imagine that you are at the beginning of a track race.

You are at the starting gate, and are anxiously waiting for the signal to begin running. Now imagine you are at a race in which no count or starting signal is given, but a chosen leader just decides to start running and you are expected to jump in and catch up.

In some ways, beginning a song is similar. Many adults begin a song with no preparation and expect children to just jump in, requiring children to figure out the tempo, the starting pitch, and the lyrics all at the same time, and on their own. It takes just a few seconds to prepare students before they begin a song. Counting them in gives them the tempo, and singing the counts on the opening pitch gives them the starting note.

Below are a few hints for starting a song that will help students be successful right from the first note! Find the starting pitch for the song on any pitched instrument i.

When bringing in the children to sing, you need to be aware of whether or not the song begins on a downbeat or upbeat aka pickup. Now you have to take all of the above information and somehow transmit it to the children before you sing.

Develop a preparatory phrase that you feel comfortable with which gives children the pulse and pitch of a song. The following preparations work very well for songs in duple meter if you sing them on the starting pitch that you want the children to come in on.

Add a pointing motion to start them off, such as an arm or hand gesture that lets them know it is their turn to sing. Use this same gesture when echoing during the phrase-by-phrase method to help students enter at the right time.

How would you prepare students to begin singing the following songs? What is your starting pitch? Skip to content Main Body. Preschool—Kindergarten 3—5 years old , C to A. Activity 5B Try this You are teaching a group of kindergarteners. Activity 5C Try this How would you prepare students to begin singing the following songs? Previous: Chapter 4: Approaches to Music Education. Any age, but appropriate for early childhood.

Enactive action-based. Sensorimotor learning through senses. Rote-Note Teaching Mostly aural, partial notation. Appropriate for lower elementary students K—2. Iconic image-based. Note Teaching Teaching a song through written notation.

Symbolic language-based. Ready and sing now. Here we go read-y now.

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This song is perhaps Richard Hundley's best known work. It was composed in January , and is dedicated to Jeffrey L. Cerza, a friend of the composer who died at an early age. Betty Allen premiered this song on her recitals throughout the United States in It has been recorded by mezzo-soprano, Frederica von Stade and tenor, Paul Sperry. From Mr.


Print and download Come Ready and See Me sheet music composed by Richard Hundley. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Chords, and Singer Pro in Gb.


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Chapter Objective : One of the most basic yet challenging activities to do with children is to teach them a song. Adults sing in much lower range than children, therefore pitching a song too low causes children to be unsuccessful at reaching some of the lower notes. After a while, they will give up trying to reach the material altogether. One good habit to help children sing well is to ask them sing in their head voice rather than their chest voice. Chest voice feels like the sound is emanating from the chest, which tends to create a lot of tension in the throat, particularly in younger singers.

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