Music and Musicians

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Music and Musicians 1 Автор: учитель английского языка Цапулина Л.А. МОУ СОШ №7 имени Героя России А.А. Крупинова г. Городца Нижегородской области

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Методическая цель: создание на уроке условий для интеллектуального и эмоционального развития учащихся. Познавательная цель: знакомство с творчеством великих композиторов. Развивающая цель: развитие способности к комбинированию и трансформированию речевых единиц. Учебная цель: совершенствование речевых навыков.

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Different composers from different countries have conquered the hearts and feelings of people all over the world.

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Mach the names of a composer and the country they are from Bach Gershwin Mendelssohn Mozart Tchaikovsky Vivaldi Wagner Stravinsky the USA Germany Austria Russia Italy Germany Russia Germany

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Your ideas What countries do you think are internationally known as musical countries? What composers made their countries musical powers? Model: I think Germany, Russia and Italy overwhelm the world with their music. No doubt that Bach, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, etc. wrote music performed all over the world.

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Your ideas Do you know anything about the composers you’ve read about? What is special about them? What is their contribution to the world of music? I know that Mozart started writing music when he was 5. Tchaikovsky is famous for his ballets “Nutcracker” and “Swan Lake”.

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P.I. Tchaikovsky B. Britten J. Srtauss S.Rachmaninovff L. Beethoven JOHAN SEBASTIAN BACH Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Henry Purcell

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The greatest Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived only 35 years, but everybody admires his works and enjoys listening to his magnificent simphonies, concerts and operas.

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Johan Sebastian Bach He was born in Eisenach Germany on the 21st of March in 1685 in a family of musician. Johan Sebastian Bach wrote many compositions. His works include: - cello suites,- violin sonatas and parties,- lute suites, - sonatas for flute, violin, viola - organ and choral music for the church, some works for teaching haw to play musical instrument.

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Henry Purcell was a famous original English composer of the time. He composed for the church, stage and court. He was born in Westminster, England, in 1659.He composed music for 43 plays. Masterpieces are “Dido and Aeneas”, “The Indian Queen”.

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Ludwig van Beethoven is the greatest composer who ever lived. We remember him for many masterpeases such as The Moonlight Sonata and Ninth Sympony.

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Viennese Waltz King Johann Strauss Johann Strauss Jr. was born on the 25th of October 1825 in Vienna. His father, a famous musician himself, forbid him a musical career. When Johann II was 17 that he was able to concentrate fully on a career as a composer. He was successful and soon rose to be the most dangerous competitor to his father. He become the most popular of all waltz composers

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Viennese Waltz King Johann Strauss He is famous for his Operetta, Opera, Waltz. His first operetta "Die Fledermaus“had its premiere in 1871

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B. Britten Benjamin Britten was an English composer; also pianist and conductor, chief creator of Aldeburgh Festival and English Opera Group. He was much influenced by Purcell, and had stylistic links with Stravinsky. Benjamin Britten wrote many operas, ballets, concert works, string quartets and folk arrangements.

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Pyotr Tchaikovsky is a well-known Russian composer. He created wonderful music: 10 operas, 3 ballets, 6 symphonies, 7 large symphonic poems and many other musical pieces, a new type of opera, which was a great success all over the world.

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Tchaikovsky’s masterpieces The Nutcracker Eugene Onegin Swan Lake The Sleeping Beauty The Romeo and Juliet Overture The seasons Ballet"Swan Lake"

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Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff Sergei Rachmaninoff was a Russian-American composer, pianist, and conductor. He was one of the finest pianists of his day and, as a composer, the last great representative of Russian late Romanticism in classical music.

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Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff Early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov and other Russian composers gave way to a lyricism, expressive breadth and a tonal palette of rich orchestral colors.

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The 1917 Russian Revolution meant the end of Russia as the composer had known it. He emigrated to the USA. He was a popular figure in America.

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Rachmaninoff wrote five works for piano and orchestra—four Concertos plus the Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Of the concertos, the Second and Third are the most popular. He also wrote three symphonies. Rachmaninoff became famous around the world for his piano performances

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P.43 Ex.1 Work in pairs. Your time is limited to 3 minutes. These musicians made their countries musical powers. What is special about your composer? What is his contribution to the world of music? Henry Purcell Benjamin Britten Ludwig van Beethoven

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Listen to your group mates and fill in the table. Try to do it briefly. Use no more than 3 words.

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What countries are internationally known as musical countries? What composers made their musical powers? Use these expressions I think … overwhelmed the world with his music. In my opinion .. Filled the world with his music. No doubt … wrote music performed all over the world.

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Do you agree with your classmates? Why? I agree with … … is really musical country because… I’m afraid I can’t agree with … because…

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Sergei Rachmaninoff was the person that connected Russia with the rest of the world. Have you learned something new about the musician? What was Sergei Rachmaninoff? What was he famous for? What kind of music did he write? What are his greatest compositions? Using the plan tell about the composer you are impressed most of all.

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Have you ever listened to any of the compositions of the musician that were mentioned? What are they? Listen to some tunes and match them with the names written on the blackboard. Mind that some names are extra.

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Match the name of the composer and № of the tune Mozart Schubert Rachmaninoff Strauss Beethoven Khachaturian Mind that some names are extra. №5 №4 №3 №2 №1

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Match the name of the composer and № of the tune Mozart Schubert Rachmaninoff Strauss Beethoven Khachaturian Mind that some names are extra. №5 №4 №3 №2 №1

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Match the name of the composer and № of the tune Mozart Schubert Beethoven Khachaturian Strauss №1 №2 №3 №4 №5

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Tastes differ. What performer or composer is in your world of music? What tunes are there? You should be ready to tell us about your world of music next time.

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My world of music includes the music I love famous composers and musicians the sounds of nature happy memories my favourite groups & singers …

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