The expressive performance “Games, jokes, dances and other things on Rossini’s Tarantella” was an interesting musical listening experience lived as an opportunity to meet, share and cooperate. The students listened to music with the aim to spend time together through games, but also to develop the ability to pay attention to music with greater creativity and perceptive sharpness.
The space used for the activities was the students’ regular classroom, during the initial approach towards listening, biographical and music research. With regard, instead, to rehearsals and recording, a larger space was necessary, such as the school’s Auditorium. The instruments used to realize the path were an IWB, a music reproduction system and a video camera for the recordings.
The skills, goals and training objectives selected by the teacher for this experience are shown below.
The students learned how to: - Recognize the different sonorous parameters and the melodic profile, establishing their relation, within the piece proposed - Perform, reformulate and translate rhythmic and melodic schemes with their body – Recognize the function of a piece, its formal, rhythmic and melodic characteristics to improve its performance even with the involvement of movement – Study and analyze the structure, the melodic and rhythmic aspects of various pieces for a personal reformulation – Reproduce a given piece and manage their emotional dynamics both personal and in relation to the group – Organize themselves in the temporal and physical space both during the rehearsals and the performance – Develop body percussion sequences on given pieces respecting the rules shared by the group
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