- eee (twangy)
- Bub (Tongue out)
ee - AHH..
Jump up 5 notes the "Ahh" down the scale.
A strong push from your belly on the jump staying in your chest voice (without shouting.)
- Red lorry, yellow lorry
- Copper bottomed coffee pot
- Petter pipper picked a pepper
- Black beach beetle
- Proper Cup Of Coffee
- Fifty Frantic Fishes
- She Stood On The Balcony
- A Terrible Difficult Thing To Say
Clap these rhythms one bar at a time, then try putting them all together keeping in time.
Up and Down the scale
Sing these exercises, all to a "La" sound. Try on your own before doing it with the track.
Grade 1 Practice Tests
You will get a chord and a starting note. Then you will have 30 seconds to look through your part (top line). After 30 seconds, you will get the chord and starting note again. I will count you in and then the test will begin.
Remember to do it to a "La" sound.
A. Clap The Tempo
Clap in time with the beat of the music and identify whether it is in 2 or 3.
Sing back after each phrase. You will get a chord and starting note first then 3 phrases which you will sing back to a "La" sound.
C. Spot the difference
You will hear a piece twice with one difference the second time. Identify whether the difference was at the beginning or at the end.
D1 - Did the change from loud to quiet happen suddenly or gradually?
- At the start, were the notes played smoothly or where they detached?
D2 -Where was the loudest part of the music?
- Was the ending played with smooth or detached notes?