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THIRD QUARTER

CONTENT:
A. Timbre:
1. Quality of sound in music
2. Introduction to Voice Production
3. Differentiation in sound quality
4. Introduction to musical instruments

CONTENT STANDARDS:
demonstrates understanding of the basic concepts of timbre

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
determines accurately the sources of sounds heard, and produce sounds using voice, body, and objects,
and be able to sing in accurate pitch

LEARNING COMPETENCY:
1. identifies the source of sounds e.g. winds, waves, swaying of the trees, animal sounds, sounds
produced by machines, transportation

2. replicates different sources of sounds with body movements

3. identifies the common musical instruments by their sounds and image

4. recognizes the difference between speaking and singing

5. sings songs with accurate pitch and pleasing vocal quality

6. produces sounds using voice, body, and objects to enhance a given story

7. interprets through body movements the dynamics of a song

8. distinguishes between loud, louder, soft, and softer in music

9. relates movements of animals to dynamics e.g. elephant walking – loud


dog walking – medium
tiny steps of a mouse – soft

10. uses the words loud, louder, soft, softer – to identify variations in volume
CONTENT:
B. DYNAMICS:
1.Volume of sound in music
2. Distinction between loudness and softness in music

CONTENT STANDARDS:
demonstrates understanding of the basic concepts of dynamics

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
creatively applies changes in dynamics to enhance rhymes, chants, drama, and musical stories

LEARNING COMPETENCY:
11. replicates “loud”, “medium”, and “soft” with voice or with instruments

12. sings a given song with appropriate dynamics

1. Timbre refers to the quality of sound we hear


Refer to page LM 65

2. Musical instruments have its own sound accordingly to their image. They have differed in timbre
because of difference in image (size, materials, texture)

3. Speaking voice used when we talk, telling, reciting poem/declamation with our friends using our
natural voice.

4. Singing voice used when we are singing a song that is pleasing to once ears with quality. It shows in
a different timbre depend on singer's ability/skills.

5. All things surround us produce sound with different colors or timbre

6. Female and male voices and different musical instruments produce different quality of sounds.

7. Quality of tones can be distinctive through singing with pleasing vocal pitch.

8. Female voice has bright and thin voice.

9. Male voice has dark and full and rounded voice

10. All voices are of different colors and timbre.


11. Sounds surround us are fun and easy to create body movements

12. All things around us produce sounds with differences in timbre

13. Singing needs proper breathe control during inhale and exhale.

14. Breathe in every phrase of a song and correct body posture while singing is a good practice.