Welcome today to another Free 15-Minute Music Lesson. This one is all about Music Inspired By Caves! I did something unique this time and put the entire lesson in a single video. Below it, you’ll see some other resources, such as a printable pack. Have fun with today’s lesson!
Music Inspired By Caves
Scroll down for a free printable pack to go with this lesson!
What did you learn in the Music Inspired By Caves lesson?
- Thought about descriptive words for caves.
- Listened to a choir singing a song inside of a cave: “The Lord Bless You and Keep You” by John Rutter.
- Learned that nature often inspires composers.
- Learned about composer Felix Mendelssohn.
- Listened to Mendelssohn’s Fingal’s Cave overture The Hebrides.
Listen again to Fingal’s Cave overture The Hebrides
Here is a public domain audio version of Fingal’s Cave overture The Hebrides.
Listen again to “The Lord Bless You and Keep You”
(This one has better audio than the one you heard above.)
Do a No-Sweat Nature Study on Caves
My friend Cindy West of Our Journey Westward has an amazing membership called No Sweat Nature Study that my elementary kids adore! Twice a month she teaches a science lesson live where kids learn about a new nature topic such as squirrels, seed dispersion, the water cycle, or caves!
If you’re seeing this before Tuesday, 6/16/20 afternoon, you can sign up to see the cave lesson live. But, they’re always recorded for future viewing as well.
Free Printable Pack on Music Inspired By Caves
Now for the free printable pack!
Download it below to use alongside the 15-Minute Music Lesson on Music Inspired By Cave.
You’ll get 3 pages:
Matching, Coloring page, and Listen & Draw page
Beautiful Cave Photos
Now, enjoy these gorgeous photos of caves. (All are “freely used” from the website Unsplash.)
Don’t these make you want to go visit them?
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