I hope you all enjoyed the First Unit: Music Appreciation in our Musical Eras study. I know it was a lot of information, but it will set the basis for the rest of our study as we move forward.
This month we’re studying the Middle Ages. This time spanned across 1000 years, give or take. During this period we start to see an emergence of music and notation that forms the foundation of the music notational system we have today. There are not many known musicians during this time period, as most of the works remained anonymous and were passed down from one generation to the next. However, there are a few notated throughout the study that students are encouraged to research more on their own. Students may use these Composer Notebooking Pages to record their findings. This is a great way to explore more about this era and add in a few extra assignments to complete your weekly lessons.
Simply download the printable below for your lessons this month. There are four total lessons in this unit. Each lesson contains quite a bit of information, as this is the start of the musical eras as we know them. There are several listening exercises included, but on the weeks there are none, I suggest re-listening to those both in Unit 1 and this one, so as to become more familiar with them. This will be particularly important as we continue to move forward and listen to differences and similarities in the musical styles and eras.
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