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Put both hands on the ribs of the person in front and everyone can feel the rib cage expanding and contracting as they all breathe. ) Finding out about breathing Take a breath in; hum on any single note and walk slowly and steadily round the room stopping wherever you are when the sound runs out. The more energy that is used in moving, the less you will have for humming. Try humming loudly or very Pitch and melody 31 quietly. Lots of variations and developments of this basic exercise can be invented.
We make sense of music we hear by listening for patterns in the sounds. These patterns might be short rhythmic ideas, a broad melody, or a group of elements. We can listen for the structural detail of a melody and also the way that melody is developed and how it relates to other ideas in a whole piece of music. This applies to all kinds of music, ranging from small-scale, like a pop song, to large-scale, like a symphony. In musical styles we know well we unconsciously develop an ability to recognise and even predict the patterning.
Here are some suggestions: • • • • • rub a hard beater up and down the bass xylophone a few times slowly and gently turn the shaker tap the drum steadily with a drum stick, gradually getting louder and then fading away again a single ting on the Indian bells a fast scrub on the guiro with a short, thin stick. Each one of these invites a quite different response and can introduce the idea of writing down sound in an imaginative way. As with the sound walk, it will raise questions of what the sound does physically and how we respond and relate to it.