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Mark your music: Amor Vittorioso 1 st verse- first time loud, second time soft- HUGE contrast NO BREATH after ARMATI In a perfect world, no breath m 9-13. Accent words: A MORe GIUsto Beginning of Sentences need an emphasis, even if you are not breathing before the word.

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Mark your music:

Amor Vittorioso

1stverse- first time loud, second time soft- HUGE contrast

NO BREATH after ARMATI

In a perfect world, no breath m 9-13. Accent words: A MOReGIUsto

Beginning of Sentences need an emphasis, even if you are not breathing before the word.

Measure 18-24…MAJOR dynamic contrast- exaggerate them!

No breath between m 26-27

Mark your music:

I know an Old Woman

-DYNAMICS MAKE THIS SONG FUN! CIRCLE ALL CHANGES IN THE ENITER SONG

  • Mf start..Cresc measure 3-4.
  • M 5, cresc into “Why” then back off
  • “Perhaps she’ll die should be noticibly quieter.
  • Page 2..stays mp until wiggles and wriggle…cresc until inside her. Stay mf until “perhaps”
  • How absurd pg 5…big dynamic difference
  • Page 6. Perhaps she’ll due LOUD!
  • Page 6..little gossip women going back and forth!
  • Bottom of page 7…HUGE SLOW DOWN IN TO PAGE 8!
  • Page 9…little old ladies all yaking at once…
  • Page 11..lean to the next section on your part. OF course- straight out to audience
black is the color notes
Black is the Color Notes
  • Grow your phrases….they are energized…the crescendos should swell and relax at the end of phrases
  • Full value at the end of the phrases
  • NO BREATH after the half note tied to am eighth note leading into other eighth note of 16th notes
  • Solid entrance on Winter’s Past…..
  • No breath on dotted tie marking
  • Open AHHHHHH sound. Yawn, golf ball open throat.
  • Ending consonants
  • NO FINAL “R” NEVEH(R), EVEH(R) NEVEH(R)!!!!!
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TIGER NOTESALL: COUNT 1 2 T 1 2, 1 +2+3+CRESCENDO FROM p to fDiction- SPIT THE WORDSDO NOT breathe in the middle of SYMMETRYFee”T”LOCK IN YOUR FIRST NOTEBasses: Stay on your first note until “try” of Symmetry

region thoughts
REGION THOUGHTS

We are extremely proud of you. You have worked very hard over the past 5 weeks. Your dedication, commitment, willingness to work hard when something is hard and perseverance goes far beyond your age. You have MUCH to be proud of. Tomorrow, go in and DO YOUR BEST. This moment is for you. As teachers, we are more interested in the PROCESS and what you learned from the journey. Enjoy the destination! You have arrived! Be MUSICAL! Make your performance stand out and be memorable! Go outside your box and be vulnerable enough to share the EMOTION, EXPRESSION and HEART behind your performance.

It is honor to be your teacher. We love you all and you are valued and valuable. Mrs. Rachita and Miss Hall

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Mark your music:

Colorado Trail

  • Think of the most delicious thing you have ever eaten- saavory, smooth, anticpating the taste as the fork reaches your mouth.
  • 4 measure phrases!!! No breath3-6, 11-14, 15-18, 26-29, 30-33 etc… follow the pattern
  • Lock in your pitches before you sing it.

Mark your music:

Amor Vittorioso

1st verse- first time loud, second time soft- HUGE contrast

NO BREATH after ARMATI

In a perfect world, no breath m 9-13. Accent words: A MOReGIUsto

Beginning of Sentences need an emphasis, even if you are not breathing before the word.

Measure 18-24…MAJOR dynamic contrast- exaggerate them!

No breath between m 26-27

canto notes
Canto Notes!
  • Internalize the beat before you start ONE 2 3,
  • LOCK in the first note and go for it!
  • There is a quarter rest on beat one before you come in
  • Dunas…cut off the as after one beat
  • Creascendomaneneroooooooooh, rioooooo, etc
  • Starting on low la tenores at measure 80
  • SPIT THE WORDS! We want it to sound like your native language!
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TIGER NOTESALL: COUNT 1 2 T 1 2, 1 +2+3+CRESCENDO FROM p to fDiction- SPIT THE WORDSDO NOT breathe in the middle of SYMMETRYFee”T”LOCK IN YOUR FIRST NOTEBasses: Stay on your first note until “try” of Symmetry

region thoughts1
REGION THOUGHTS

We are extremely proud of you. You have worked very hard over the past 5 weeks. Your dedication, commitment, willingness to work hard when something is hard and perseverance goes far beyond your age. You have MUCH to be proud of. Tomorrow, go in and DO YOUR BEST. This moment is for you. As teachers, we are more interested in the PROCESS and what you learned from the journey. Enjoy the destination! You have arrived! Be MUSICAL! Make your performance stand out and be memorable! Go outside your box and be vulnerable enough to share the EMOTION, EXPRESSION and HEART behind your performance.

It is honor to be your teacher. We love you all and you are valued and valuable. Mrs. Rachita and Miss Hall