This can be used to teach K-12th and Homeschool students.
Also includes: PDF, 122+ 3 (Title and TOU Credits)
You want to engage your students in learning about Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. …..most files in PDF format. The editable glyphs in PowerPoint …. will require the appropriate software. To ensure the hyperlinks are working for Mac users, open the file with Adobe Reader.
Both are contained in this BUNDLED resource
as well as “Predictions Worksheets” for the songs featured. Students use the description of the sketches and paintings that inspired Mussorgsky to write his music to predict tempo, dynamics, instruments used and mood.These “Predictions Worksheets” are not sold separately but are included as a bonus for purchasing the whole package!
You will receive the story of how Mussorgsky came up with the idea for seven of his songs from Pictures at an Exhibition as well as listening glyphs (and the “Predictions Worksheets”) for each of the songs listed below.
Songs (recordings not included) featured in this resource:
♬ “First Promenade”
♬ “The Gnome”
♬ “The Old Castle”
♬ “Bydlo” (aka “The Ox Cart” or “Cattle”)
♬ “The Ballet of Unhatched Chicks in Their Shells”
♬ “The Hut on Fowl’s Legs”
♬ “The Great Gate of Kiev”
Other listening glyph products:
Other Listening Glyphs
Great to have to help with my Picture’s lessons! This really enhanced what I originally had.
I really enjoyed using this resource in my multi-level instrumental music class. Our class was playing “Pictures at an Exhibition”, and this resource really helped us learn more about the history of the piece as we rehearsed it! Although the pictures were a little juvenile for the high school level, my students still found it engaging!