Friday, May 3, 2019

Week of April 27 - May 3, 2019

FINAL......STRETCH.....



Vocal Concentration, First and Fourth Period
Class Project - FORMAT Overview

These items MUST be completed IN THEIR ENTIRETY BEFORE YOU ARE COACHED: 
  •  Choose ONE musical theatre song selection from the list. 
  •   Complete the Song Information Sheet
  •   Download and print the music from my blog. 
  •  You will learn, study and perform ONLY A CUT of your selection.
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto
“There Are Worse Things I Could Do”, Grease
“And All That Jazz”, Chicago
“I Got The Sun In The Morning”, Annie Get Your Gun
“Colors of the Wind”, Disney’s, Pocohantas
 “If My Friends Could See Me Now”, Sweet Charity
“Good Morning Baltimore”, Hairspray
“In My Own Little Corner”, Cinderella

Tenor/Baritone
“Waiting for the Light to Shine”, Big River
“All I Need is the Girl”, Gypsy
“Almost Like Being in Love”, Brigadoon
“On The Street Where You Live”, My Fair Lady
“Cool”, West Side Story
“Luck Be a Lady”, Guys and Dolls
“All That’s Known”, Spring Awakening

Repertoire Chorus, 3rd Period
Class Project - FORMAT Overview
  • You will study and perform either a jazz standard OR musical theatre selection written BEFORE 1970. Your cut will NOT EXCEED 32 bars.

Repertoire Chorus, 4th Period 
Music Production UNIT
  • As a class, you will create an album in the blues style - from composition of music, accompaniment, lyrics and integrating the use of music production software, Garageband.
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Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)

Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.

Mr. d'H

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Week of April 22 - April 26, 2019


Spring flowers....



...because why not?


Vocal Concentration, First and Fourth Period
Class Project - FORMAT Overview

These items MUST be completed IN THEIR ENTIRETY BEFORE YOU ARE COACHED: 
  •  Choose ONE musical theatre song selection from the list. 
  •   Complete the Song Information Sheet
  •   Download and print the music from my blog. 
  •  You will learn, study and perform ONLY A CUT of your selection.
Mezzo-Soprano/Alto
“There Are Worse Things I Could Do”, Grease
“And All That Jazz”, Chicago
“I Got The Sun In The Morning”, Annie Get Your Gun
“Colors of the Wind”, Disney’s, Pocohantas
 “If My Friends Could See Me Now”, Sweet Charity
“Good Morning Baltimore”, Hairspray
“In My Own Little Corner”, Cinderella

Tenor/Baritone
“Waiting for the Light to Shine”, Big River
“All I Need is the Girl”, Gypsy
“Almost Like Being in Love”, Brigadoon
“On The Street Where You Live”, My Fair Lady
“Cool”, West Side Story
“Luck Be a Lady”, Guys and Dolls
“All That’s Known”, Spring Awakening

Repertoire Chorus, 3rd Period
Class Project - FORMAT Overview
  • You will study and perform either a jazz standard OR musical theatre selection written BEFORE 1970. Your cut will NOT EXCEED 32 bars.

Repertoire Chorus, 4th Period 
Music Production UNIT
  • As a class, you will create an album in the blues style - from composition of music, accompaniment, lyrics and integrating the use of music production software, Garageband.
________________________________________________________

Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)

Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.

Mr. d'H

Thursday, April 18, 2019

VC Class Project Information - Spring 2019

Wednesday Projects in Drama – VC 1st and 4th Period
Spring 2019


These items MUST be completed IN THEIR ENTIRETY BEFORE YOU ARE COACHED: 
  •  Choose ONE musical theatre song selection from the list. 
  •   Complete the Song Information Sheet
  •   Download and print the music from my blog. 
  •  You will learn, study and perform ONLY A CUT of your selection.

Mezzo-Soprano/Alto
“There Are Worse Things I Could Do”, Grease
“And All That Jazz”, Chicago
“I Got The Sun In The Morning”, Annie Get Your Gun
“Colors of the Wind”, Disney’s, Pocohantas
 “If My Friends Could See Me Now”, Sweet Charity
“Good Morning Baltimore”, Hairspray
“In My Own Little Corner”, Cinderella

Tenor/Baritone
“Waiting for the Light to Shine”, Big River
“All I Need is the Girl”, Gypsy
“Almost Like Being in Love”, Brigadoon
“On The Street Where You Live”, My Fair Lady
“Cool”, West Side Story
“Luck Be a Lady”, Guys and Dolls
“All That’s Known”, Spring Awakening


Monday, April 15, 2019

Week of April 15 - April 19, 2019





IT IS HERE!!!!!


Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)

Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.


Mr. d'H

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Week of April 8 - April 12, 2019



Only SIX WEEKS TO GO BEFORE THIS!

#schoolisalmostoutforsummer




Until then, here is your weekly reminder:



Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)

Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.

COMING UP NEXT WEEK!





See you there?
   

Mr. d'H

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Week of March 25 - March 29, 2019


SOON.....

It is coming.....




AND ANOTHER REMINDER BEFORE THE BREAK!



Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)
Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.


   Mr. d'H

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Week of March 18 - March 22, 2019





WEEKLY ALERT:


Wednesday Projects in Drama – (Musical Theatre Song Study)
Spring 2019

Still, here are some reminders to help you maximize your sessions BOTH with Mr. d'Haviland and Mr. Adams:
  1. Download and print the music from my blog - you’ve already been given on-line access.
  2. Download the vocal piano accompaniment track from my blog.     
  3. Download and complete the Song Information Sheet. Please answer each of the questions (on the sheet, in your journal or on a piece of paper) and hand it in to either Mr. d’H or Mr. Adams ON THE DAY OF YOUR IN-CLASS COACHING. This will be counted AS A GRADE toward your preparation.
  4. Before you present IN-CLASS, I will do an initial coaching with each of you, where we’ll cover the notes, rhythms, etc. and set the foundation. If you need it, I will record the vocal line onto your personal device.
  5. During your in-class coaching session, make sure you ask a classmate to take notes for you. You will need the notes given to you by Mr. Adams and incorporate them into your final performance at the end of the semester.


   Mr. d'H