In “At the Movies” I link to TV shows and/or movies that have music in them…often harps (of course!). These might (or might not) be resources you’d like to add to your lending library or assign for students to find as some fun, away-from-the-instrument homework!
Today's installment features an episode of The Munsters. You can see the harp in many episodes of this series. In "Munster Masquerade," the babysitter (Mrs. Morton) does a sort of descending glissando, then the harp play an ascending glissando itself. Here are a few questions you might ask your students if they watch this:
By the way, did you see my video of The Munsters theme on harp?
What have you been enjoying on the tube lately? Let me know in the comments!
P.S. See past “At the Movies” posts here.
A few strings broke on my harp not too long ago (thanks, Irma! [maybe?]), and I do not enjoy changing strings! So, I thought I'd put together a little roundup of some resources that might be helpful!
This string octave chart with the staff from Sylvia Woods Harp Center could be really helpful!
So are you a string replacing wiz? Or not? Or somewhere in between?
Are there any great resources out there that I missed?
It's time for a roundup of Halloween Music Activities on the blog! (In case you couldn't tell by the title...)
Share this Music Monday with your students!
Did you have a Fall Performance Party?
Here's a past roundup of Halloween music activities.
And don't forget to pick up your printable Halloween packet from the Fischarper Teachers Pay Teachers store!
What are some Halloween or Fall themes music activities you'd like to try in your studio?
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I accidentally posted this week's post early (oops!), so just click the link below to read it!
Easy Halloween Music Activity
Enjoy and let me know what you think!
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