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Lesson 1: What is a musical? Warm ups, singing, perform Summer loving. Lesson 2: Types of voice and perform Consider yourself. Lesson 3: Singing, Breathing,

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1 Lesson 1: What is a musical? Warm ups, singing, perform Summer loving. Lesson 2: Types of voice and perform Consider yourself. Lesson 3: Singing, Breathing, Verse chorus structure, Start composing your own song. Lesson 4: Singing, Dynamics, continue your own musical, assess musical. Lesson 5: Written assessment watch little shop of horrors. Lesson 6: Written assessment watch little shop of horrors. Lesson 7: Written assessment watch little shop of horrors.

2 D I S N M A C Y Lesson 1

3 What is a Musical? A musical a performance mixing music, dance and drama. Through-out the performance the story is told through song and dance. Lesson 1

4 Before we sing … Your voice is an instrument, one that everyone possess’. It is also a muscle and it needs warming up before being used. Warm up 2: Round Warm up 1: Scales I like the flowers, I like the daffodils I like the mountains I like the rolling hills I like the fireside when the lights are low Singing a doo woop a doo woop a doo woop a doo Blow a raspberry and follow the piano stretching your range. Lesson 1

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6 Summer lovin' had me a blast Summer lovin', happened so fast I met a girl crazy for me I met a boy, cute as can be Summer days driftin' away, To uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, Did you get very far? Tell me more, tell me more, Like, does he have a car? She swam by me, she got a cramp He went by me, got my suit damp I saved her life, she nearly drowned He showed off, splashing around Summer sun, something's begun, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, Was it love at first sight? Tell me more, tell me more, Did she put up a fight? Took her bowlin' in the Arcade We went strollin', drank lemonade We made out under the dock we stayed up until ten o'clock Summer fling don't mean a thing, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, But you don't gotta brag Tell me more, tell me more, Cause he sounds like a drag He got friendly, holdin' my hand Well she got friendly, down in the sand He was sweet, just turned eighteen Well she was good, you know what I mean Summer heat, boy and girl meet, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, How much dough did he spend? Tell me more, tell me more, Could she get me a friend? It turned colder, that's where it ends So I told her we'd still be friends Then we made our true love vow Wonder what she's doin' now Summer dreams ripped at the seams, But oh, those summer nights Task: As a class perform Summer loving from Grease (Each group have a copy of the backing track, split class boys and girls. Perform at end) Lesson 1

7 Sing lead part in group Sing by ear Use expression when singing Sing all of the song Sing a small part in tune Keep relatively in time LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 ASSESSMENT Lesson 6 Use this sheet to assess your own success TASK: Arrange your performance to include a Duet, Solo, Call & Response, Acting and Dancing. Lesson 1: Print out

8 Summer lovin' had me a blast Summer lovin', happened so fast I met a girl crazy for me I met a boy, cute as can be Summer days driftin' away, To uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, Did you get very far? Tell me more, tell me more, Like, does he have a car? She swam by me, she got a cramp He went by me, got my suit damp I saved her life, she nearly drowned He showed off, splashing around Summer sun, something's begun, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, Was it love at first sight? Tell me more, tell me more, Did she put up a fight? Took her bowlin' in the Arcade We went strollin', drank lemonade We made out under the dock we stayed up until ten o'clock Summer fling don't mean a thing, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, But you don't gotta brag Tell me more, tell me more, Cause he sounds like a drag He got friendly, holdin' my hand Well she got friendly, down in the sand He was sweet, just turned eighteen Well she was good, you know what I mean Summer heat, boy and girl meet, But uh-oh those summer nights Tell me more, tell me more, How much dough did he spend? Tell me more, tell me more, Could she get me a friend? It turned colder, that's where it ends So I told her we'd still be friends Then we made our true love vow Wonder what she's doin' now Summer dreams ripped at the seams, But oh, those summer nights Lesson 1: Print out SUMMER LOVING LYRICS

9 I P T H C Lesson 2

10 TYPES OF MUSICAL SONG SOLO: DUET: ACTION SONG: CHORUS NUMBER: Two people singing One person singing The words of the song tell you what’s going on and lead you to the next part. The whole cast get together and have a massive sing song. Lesson 2

11 TASK: Watch the clip of “Consider Yourself” and answer the questions on the sheet provided. Lesson 2

12 FILM VERSION 1.How could the opening song be vocally classified? Action, chorus, solo or duet. (Circle your answer) 2.When the police enter, what happens to the tempo? ……………………………………………………… 3.At the start of verse 2 what musical texture is being using? Polyphonic Call and ResponseSingle melody line? (Circle your answer) 4.How should the second half of Verse 2 (Nobody tries to be la-di-da and upety) be vocally classified? ………………………………………………….. 5.How does the third verse start differently to verse 1 and 2? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. STAGE VERSION 1.Name 3 ways in which the stage version is different to the film version: ……………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………… 2.Why do you think they are different? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……… CONSIDER YOURSELF: Name Tutor group Lesson 2

13 Take lead part in group Sing by ear Use expression when singing Sing all of the song Sing a small part in tune Keep relatively in time LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 TASK : Arrange a performance of ‘Consider yourself’ and include a Duet, Solo, Call & Response.

14 VERSE 1 Consider yourself at home. Consider yourself one of the family. We've taken to you so strong. It's clear we're going to get along. Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture. There isn't a lot to spare. Who cares? What ever we've got we share! If it should chance to be We should see Some harder days Empty larder days Why grouse? Always a-chance we'll meet Somebody To foot the bill Then the drinks are on the house! Consider yourself our mate. We don't want to have no fuss, For after some consideration, we can state... Consider yourself One of us! VERSE 2 Consider yourself at home. Consider yourself one of the family. We've taken to you so strong. It's clear we're going to get along. Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture. There isn't a lot to spare. Who cares? What ever we've got we share! No-body tries to be La-di-da And up-it-ty There’s a cup of tea For all Only its wise to be Handy with a rolling pin When the landlord Come to call. Consider yourself our mate. We don't want to have no fuss, For after some consideration, we can state... Consider yourself One of us! Create a performance of the first two verses of Consider yourself BACKING TRACK Lesson 2

15 VERSE 1 Consider yourself at home. Consider yourself one of the family. We've taken to you so strong. It's clear we're going to get along. Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture. There isn't a lot to spare. Who cares? What ever we've got we share! If it should chance to be We should see Some harder days Empty larder days Why grouse? Always a-chance we'll meet Somebody To foot the bill Then the drinks are on the house! Consider yourself our mate. We don't want to have no fuss, For after some consideration, we can state... Consider yourself One of us! VERSE 2 Consider yourself at home. Consider yourself one of the family. We've taken to you so strong. It's clear we're going to get along. Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture. There isn't a lot to spare. Who cares? What ever we've got we share! No-body tries to be La-di-da And up-it-ty There’s a cup of tea For all Only its wise to be Handy with a rolling pin When the landlord Come to call. Consider yourself our mate. We don't want to have no fuss, For after some consideration, we can state... Consider yourself One of us! CONSIDER YOURSELF LYRICS

16 Take lead part in group Sing by ear Use expression when singing Sing all of the song Sing a small part in tune Keep relatively in time LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 ASSESSMENT Lesson 6 Use this sheet to assess your own success TASK: Arrange your performance to include a Duet, Solo, Call & Response, Acting and Dancing.

17 D S U T E Lesson 3 & 4

18 Starter Game: Starter Game: I went to the music shop and… Exactly the same game as I went to the supermarket where pupils buy items in alphabetical order (mentioning every item that’s been bought before stating their own) but this time they are at a music shop so the item must be music and not musician e.g. L cant be Lady Gaga. Lesson 3 starter Lesson 3 & 4

19 Your musical: Your musical: The setting (listen to Tracks) It’s 1am in the morning your car broke down and you’ve been walking in the rain for the last hour. It’s the middle of nowhere and the rain is getting harder. A house appears on the horizon, but the inhabitants aren’t what you expect… Lesson 3 & 4

20 Characters: 1.Name your musical 2.Name the residents 3.Write your lyrics / Story We need to get the lyrics for your song. As we discovered last week, songs in musicals tell a story. Your story already has a beginning, all you need to do is finish the story using lyrics. Try and make your lyrics rhyme as it’s pretty boring when they don’t. Use the sheets provided to compose your lyrics. Task: Lesson 3 & 4

21 A creepy old house set in the rural countryside, In the middle of nowhere. It’s late, you’ve stumbled upon this house and now there’s no turning back YOUR MUSICAL: ………………….. Verse Chorus Verse Chorus

22 Sing a solo part Sing from memory Has a Verse, Chorus structure Take lead part in group Sing by ear Use expression when singing Sing all of the song Sing a small part in tune Keep relatively in time LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 Lesson 6 Use this sheet to assess your own success LEVEL 5

23 T P M O E Lesson 3 & 4

24 Before we sing … Your voice is an instrument, one that everyone possess’. It is also a muscle and it needs warming up before being used. Warm up 2: Round Warm up 1: Scales Papa’s got a head like a ping pong ball Like a ping! like a ping pong ball Papa’s got a head like a ping pong ping pong ping pong ball (x2) Blow a raspberry and follow the piano stretching your range. Lesson 4 starter Lesson 3 & 4

25 Sing a solo part Sing from memory Has a Verse, Chorus structure Take lead part in group Sing by ear Use expression when singing Sing all of the song Sing a small part in tune Keep relatively in time LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 Lesson 6 LEVEL 5

26 Lesson 5 or 6 Starter Activity Starter Game: Starter Game: Sound-ball Stand in a circle and pass the musical sound around the room. First you must catch the sound and then change it as you pass it to a new person. This game is a good warm u to encourage confidence and relax your voice. Lesson 5 & 6

27 Working on your own while watching ‘Little shop of horrors’ answer the assessment sheet as best you can. The questions will not be entirely based on musicals S.o.W. Musicals assessment: Lesson 5 & 6

28 Musicals assessment 1.How could the opening song be vocally classified? Action, chorus, solo or duet. (Circle your answer) 2.Write two sentences that best describe skid-row? What is the “strange and interesting” plant called? When the shop begins to sell lots of roses, how would you best describe the variation of the theme? It is now Major or Minor 5.List the timbre (instruments) used in the song ‘Grow for me’ (when Seymour doesn’t know what to feed Audrey II) 1: : : : : What’s Audrey II’s favourite food? How could the song ‘Somewhere that’s green’ be classified? How would you describe the pitch of Audrey’s voice? List 5 instruments (timbre) used in the dentist song. 1: : : : : What style of music would best suit the song ‘Feed me Seymour’? How would the song ‘Suddenly Seymour’ be vocally classified? Why? Justify your answer The little baby plants in the song ‘Mean green mother’ perform the backing vocals. They sing more than one note at the same time this is known as or a Print out Name Tutor group

29 Lesson 7

30 Play AMERICA – West side story STARTER: sing it at the beginning of lesson Lesson 7


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