Experiments in sound new directions in musical education for young children by Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann

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Published by Universal Edition in London .

Written in English

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Statement[by] Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann ; adapted for use in English schools by Elizabeth and John Paynter.
ContributionsPaynter, Elizabeth., Paynter, John.
LC ClassificationsMT1 .M513
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], 52 p., [4] p. of plates, leaf of plates :
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4295089M
ISBN 100900938498
LC Control Number78323053

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Experiments With Sound (True Books: Science Experiments) Library Binding – Large Print, September 1, /5(1). The principles of sound are explored through experiments with vibration, pitch, and resonance.

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Maggy, of course blogs at Red Ted Art and Life at the Zoo. She has also been doing some great Science Hangouts lately over on G+. Today Maggy has a great sound science experiments to show us. Learn more about the physics of sound with these simple sound experiments.

You’ll investigate volume and pitch and what causes changes in their qualities. The sounds we hear – voices, music, birds chirping, dogs barking – are all caused by vibrations.

When objects vibrate, they transfer energy in the form of sound waves. Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

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Making Sound ‘Real’ Typically our sound unit takes place in the late spring, but this year our school was blessed with the opportunity to attend a Christmas Concert put on by the Kentucky Orchestra.

Our 1st grade team decided it was the perfect opportunity to integrate our science, arts, and music curriculum with a two week unit.

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Make Sound Make a spooky sound cup. We love this simple experiment to make a spooky sound cup see what kind of sounds you can make with it. Just click on this link to find out what to do 2. Feel Sound All you need is a balloon and a radio.

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Explore the subject of music and sound for kids with our range of experiments, fun quizzes, music games, science fair projects, cool facts and interesting videos. Learn about speakers, music, cell phones, the human ear and all kinds of interesting sound topics.

A demonstration to prove that a vibrating body can capable of producing sound. The glass with the most water makes the lowest sound because the sound waves travel the slowest. The glass with the least water makes the highest sound because the sound waves travel the fastest.

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Beats are a pattern of oscillating sound intensity (i.e., the volume of the pattern grows and fades with a regular cycle). They occur when two tones of almost equal frequency interfere. People can perceive beat frequencies below about 7 Hz. Figure out how to create sound files to play pure tones on your computer.

The Science Book of Sound by Neil Ardley is a great book that teaches students about the characteristics of sound. It allows students to explore their sense of hearing by teaching them about sounds and how it forms. The book also gives students many experiments they can try at school or at home to explore sound/5(4).

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Set up a speaker, a drum and rice first to see sound in action then make a drum, rainstick, guitar and lots more easy music science activities.

Sound: 1st Grade Science - The Brown Bag Teacher Our school has adopted the Next Generation Science Standards and one of my favorite units in 1st grade is our Sound Unit.

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A True Book. Experiments with Sound. By Salvatore Tocci. Grades. Genre. Non-Fiction. Salvatore Tocci's Experiments with Sound features simple experiments that show how sound is made and explain differences in sounds.

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Its heroes are Arseny Avraamov, inventor of Graphic Sound (drawing directly onto magnetic tape) and a note scale; Alexei Gastev, who coined the term “bio-mechanics”; Leon Theremin, inventor of the world's first.

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