Hello FLMS Band family! Without a doubt these are very interesting times. How do we teach and learn Band on the internet?

1) If you have your instrument at home: PRACTICE :) There is always something to learn and play, whether it is in your Band folder or something you find through helpful videos or sites online. Get playing and have a blast!

2) If you do not have your instrument at home, check out some of the links below for helpful information about rhythm practice, note reading and fingering chart activities and videos about how instruments are made.

The Fred Lynn Music Department has online class time every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00-1:45pm. I will not be doing any virtual classes for the remainder of the year (Zoom, Skype, etc.) but, if you find yourself on my page during those days and times, I'll be hanging out on my email during those times so drop me an email and I'll respond to you immediately :)

Musically,

Aaron C. Morneau

Band Director
morneaa@pwcs.edu


NEW FOR THE WEEK OF May 26–MUSIC TERM MATCHING GAME
Follow this link to play! See if you can claim the high score!
https://wordwall.net/play/1819/173/191



OLDER REVIEW MATERIALS
Rhythm Practice:
http://www.rhythmrandomizer.com/

Note Reading Activities
https://www.musicracer.com/

Instrument Videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH1YzGqt1HI
This link shows how saxophones are made

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgEIBGSI_7ir86_Nn7w90hHOomvaaC7hv
This link will bring you to videos that show how they make the following instruments:
-Flute
-Clarinet
-Trumpet
-French Horn
-Trombone
-Tuba
-Marimba (Xylophone)
-Snare Drum
-Grand Piano
-Drum Sticks
-AND MORE!!