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Key Words, Concepts and Musical Knowledge

Pitch, Note Names, Sharps, Flats, Bass Clef Notation, Lines, Spaces, Stave, Staff, Notation, Rock ‘n’ Roll from the 1950’s, Chords and Melody from Bass Lines

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Bass Clef Notation

Lines and Spaces

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Bass Clef Hip-Hop Riffs to Perform

Four famous Hip-Hop riffs given in the Bass Clef with and without note names to perform.

Bass Clef Rap Riffs to Perform

Four two-part famous Rap riffs given in the Treble and Bass Clefs with and without note names to perform.

 

 

 

 

 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Activity Sheets

Comprehension Questions and a Word Search of key terms relating to Rock’n’Roll

Can be done without using ICT.