music educator (M. R.) Hello, guys. Can you guys hear what beautiful music invites us into our room? Come in, please. Grab a seat.
This "Little night Serenade" by Austrian composer W. A. Mozart.
Listening to this music, imagine the ancient city of The City Of Salzburg, birthplace of composer.
Slide 1. The City Of Salzburg.
music educator (M. R). More than 200 years ago in this city, located in one of the most
beautiful places of Austria, was born a little boy. So that was the ancient city of Salzburg.
Slide 2. The City Of Salzburg.
In this city, every second person was dancing, every third or sang, and one in four played a musical instrument. Then one of these spring days and born W. A. Mozart. Fate touched tenderly cradles the newborn and said, "This town will have a famous composer! "
Some of the works of Mozart we know. Let's remember one of them. Sounds "Bells are ringing" from the Opera "the Magic flute".
(the kids call a work of the composer, in what version) .
M. R. Guys, what the nature of this music?
Children. The music is cheerful, light, lively, sensitive, playful, airy, delicate, fairy, crystal, etc.
M. R. Tune like a chime of bells and the sound resembles a harpsichord. It is an ancient musical instrument that was in the days of Mozart.
Slide 3. Harpsichord.
M. R. And which musical instruments will suit us to portray this song?
Children. Bells, bells, glockenspiel, triangle.
M. R. Let's imagine that we – the musicians of the orchestra. You'll get the tools and together we will fulfill this work.
Sounds "Bells are ringing" (noise orchestra) .
M. R. You know, the guys that Mozart's musical ability became apparent very early. In 5 years, he perfectly played the harpsichord and 6 together with her father and older sister performed in many European countries.
Slide 4. Mozart at the harpsichord.
These concerts everywhere caused a delight and admiration. Powdered wig with a pigtail, a camisole with a sword on her side gave the boy a serious look. He played alone or with my sister.
Slide 5. Mozart's sister and father. Slide 6. Mozart's sister.
Sometimes these concerts lasted 4-5 hours and was very tiring for children, but even in these circumstances, the child copes with the game. In Europe, the Mozart family visited with concerts in Holland, England, Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, France. When Mozart was 12, he performed in Paris before the king himself. After the concert, the king of France invited the boy on new year's eve dinner. Candles were burning, the ladies were resplendent in their gorgeous gowns! What do you think the dancing was performed at the ball?
Children. Minuets, waltzes, polonaises.
M. R. Right, in those days, danced these dances, and, of course the composers were composing new works. Want to listen to one of them?
Slide 6. At the ball.
Sounds To "Minuet"
M. R. Minuet is an old French dance. How it is executed?
Children: Slowly, slowly, slowly, important, solemnly, ceremoniously.
M. R. Correctly, the minuet is performed with bows, squats, small steps. The name "Minuet" comes from French menu small.
After that ball Wolfgang decided to walk around the city. He walked with happiness and singing softly. But suddenly he saw on the banks of the Seine beggar boy who stood, wrapped in rags, and held out to him blue from the cold hand. Mozart began to rummage through his pockets, but his money was not. And then he pulled himself velvet cloak, gave it to the boy and began to run. He was ashamed that he has everything – home, parents, success on stage, and this boy has nothing. Much later, reminiscing about Paris and about this little beggar, Mozart composed a lullaby – the embodiment of love and tenderness.
Slide 7. Lullaby.
M. R. let's talk about this song. What is it?
Children. Gentle, calm, affectionate and bright.
M. R. I want to call your attention to another work of Mozart. I think you'll know him.
"Rondo in Turkish style"
Slide – video # 8.
M. R. What is the nature of this music? The sound of music?
Children. Cheerfully, cheerfully, joyfully, loudly.
Slide 9. The instruments of the Symphony orchestra.
M. R. Yes, fine, elastic melody takes place on the background of a clear rhythm. In this work, Mozart gave the sound a Turkish orchestra, composed of brass and woodwind instruments, a large drum, which is still called Turkish, small drums, cymbals, and triangle. The word Rondo, this is the same that the round dance or circle dance. Well, why "in Turkish style"? Two hundred years ago, when Mozart created the music, in Western Europe first heard then unknown Turkish music, in which major role played various percussion
The slide 10. Drums.
instruments, especially a bass drum, invented in the East, widespread in Turkey and for many years was known as the "Turkish drum". Noisy beats of the drum Mozart is very clever and reproduced in his Turkish Rondo. It is also a piece called Turkish March. Want to try to March?
Stand up, trying to March to the music of a Rondo.
M. R. Children, marches and what do you know? Name them.
M. R. well Done guys. Here ends our meeting with Mozart. Did you like it? What did you like? (children's responses).
In following lessons we will continue to explore the music of this composer, and now let's say goodbye to our guests and come to the group under the Turkish March.
The slide 11. Statue Of Mozart.