Hello all,

Keep up the good work! Here is your homework for the upcoming week.

Tuesday students:

Gerardo

Recommended minutes to practice:   30 min per day

What to practice:  C major scale, A minor natural, C major triads broken, argeggios pg. 10-11

Spanish Caballero

How to practice it most effectively:   Start at the end and work your way back to the beginning, check your tempo with a metronome

Maria

Recommended minutes to practice: 20-30 per day

What to practice:  Anyone and Boss Baby- chords, Scales- E flat major and C minor- harm and mel.

How to practice it most effectively:   work out the chords that are closest to each other, 1st and second position

Christian

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 min per day

What to practice:  Roman trumpets, reading seconds

How to practice it most effectively: Check hand position, fingers curved, wrist flat

How parents can support practice: Watch for proper hand shape

Isabella

Recommended minutes to practice: 15 min per day

What to practice:  Warm-up sol fege, let’s go fly a kite

How to practice it most effectively: Sing with a full voice, well supported by breath

How parents can support practice: Prepare track and listen for full sound

Linda:

Recommended minutes to practice:  30 min per day

What to practice: Good work on Etude, Start Red Satin Jazz, cranky cat as technique, Hanon #6, Scales: E minor harm and melodic with metronome

Wed students:

Vlada:

Recommended minutes to practice:  15 min per day

What to practice: warm-up you tube, Ancient dreams

How to practice it most effectively:  read through all lyrics so you understand them, google the singers meaning of the song

How parents can support practice: prep you tube  song track and warmups

Caedan

Recommended minutes to practice: 15  min per day

What to practice:  Let’s play ball- check notes, say notes out loud, continue to pg. 47., review Ode to Joy

How to practice it most effectively: Caedan wants to finish a song and move on, but its better to slow down a bit and really get comfortable learning to read the staff

Oliver

Recommended minutes to practice:  15-20 per day

What to practice:  Ode to joy with chords (print out), Lightly row, start Forest song- pg 36

https://www.music-for-music-teachers.com/ode-to-joy.html

How to practice it most effectively:  Look for patterns in the music, repeated notes to help you read

Naiara

Recommended minutes to practice: 20 min per day

What to practice:  Can’t stop this feeling- chords, All through the night- finish

How to practice it most effectively: Try the chords without the song, then try it with the song on you tube

Miikwan

Recommended minutes to practice: 15  min per day

What to practice:  Pg 16-17 book, Ode to joy with chords, Fur elise with letter names

How to practice it most effectively: Slow down a bit and really get comfortable learning to read the staff

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