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Anissa Danley

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Symphonic Poems: Danse Macabre

1. A Symphonic Poem is a story told through music. In a symphonic poem, there is usually no narrator or words, but the music is written in such a way to depict specific events or to create a story you can see and follow in your mind. Danse Macabre was written to tell the tale of a graveyard and a yearly Halloween party put on by the skeleton residents there. It's meant to be spooky, but in a fun way too. Read the packet attached (or follow along with the recording) that explains all the parts of the song. 2. Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSNTkiL8O5k 3. Select . Use the tool to make a picture about Danse Macabre. When you are finished, click the to save your work. You may also use the to record sound or talking to go with your picture.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Music
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