The Bryant/Pattengill PTO graciously granted 30 ukuleles for the students at Pattengill!!I am BEYOND grateful for this wonderful gift, and the students are too!
The students and I have discussed how to respect instruments, what the separate parts of the ukulele are/look like, and how amazing it is to have been given such a wonderful gift. Thank you again, PTO! These ukuleles are a wonderfully educational gift which have cast a huge ray of sunshine into the vocal music room at Pattengill. Thanks for brightening up our school!
We already learned how to play the song "Lime in the Coconut" from the Muppets, which is just a C7 chord. Here is the link for the Muppet video, and the shape of the chord on the ukulele!
Hello Bryant & Pattengill!
I told the 5th graders that I would upload this so they could watch it on their own time and practice. Here is Heather Shouldice's "STOMP RONDO"!
The reason why it's called "Stomp Rondo" is because in music, a "Rondo" is a piece where the musical theme at the beginning keeps returning.
The claps are broken up into three sections: A, B, and C. The "A" section continues to come back over and over again. If you watch & audiate closely, the "STOMP RONDO"s form is this:
A B A C A