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Sal Bonafede Music Year One

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
Music

Making Sufi Music
Standards
1.1.12.B.1 Examine how aspects of meter, rhythm, tonality, intervals, chords, and harmonic progressions are organized and manipulated
to establish unity and variety in genres of musical compositions. New Jersey
1.3.12.B.1 Analyze compositions from different world cultures and genres with respect to technique, musicality, and stylistic nuance,
and/or perform excerpts with technical accuracy, appropriate musicality, and the relevant stylistic nuance. New Jersey
Contextual clues within artworks o en reveal artistic intent, enabling the viewer to hypothesize the artist's concept. New Jersey
Objective
ESSENTIAL QUESTION
-What are the musical characteristics of Sufi Music?
Relevant Question
-How has Sufi music evolved throughout its existence?
-Students will be able to analyze musical examples using the Elements of Music
-Students will infer reasons for evolution of traditional Sufi sound to modern genres
-Students will analyze connections between poetic themes and musical performance rituals.
Materials
-Digital Projector
-Listening Examples
-White Board
-Notebooks
Procedures
-DO NOW: Class will listen to music examples and write three full sentences describing sound (5 min)
-Class analysis of traditional and contemporary Sufi pieces using the Elements of Music (pitch, dynamics, timbre, texture, tempo, register,
articulations) (10 min)
-Individual Assignment of a Sufi melody where students must use melody in current Individual Project: Production projects will use Midi
Controllers to record melody in a piece, Instrument projects will learn to play the melody on their instrument (piano/guitar) (20 min)
-Exit Ticket being demonstration of Individual Assignment to Instructor
Homework
Accommodations & Modifications
-Teacher will bounce between each student aiding them with their productions.
-Students who finish early will continue their Marking Period Projects
-Students struggling with concept will work with teacher and/or listen to other Sufi songs and analyze them using own Workstation.


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