Canons and Rounds

In this 4 week project we will be learning:

What an ostinato is?

Is there a difference between a round and a canon?

To play/sing the nursery rhymes “Row, row, row your boat” and “Frere Jacques”. Using the glockenspiels in UNISON and in CANON.

Students will record a solo, and canon performance each.

48 thoughts on “Canons and Rounds

  1. 1. An ostinato is a pattern that repeats
    2. A round and cannon is the same thing
    Thanks for the songs I watched and really enjoyed them

  2. A canon is a piece of voices (or instrumental parts) that sing or play the same music starting at different times.
    A round is a type of canon, but in a round each voice, when it finishes, can start at the beginning again so that the piece can go “round and round

  3. Is there a difference between a round and a canon?
    No, in music round & a canon are the same thing.
    What an ostinato is?
    Ostinato is a repeated phrase or rhythm.
    I listened to the song.

  4. Thank you for the song because I liked watching the song I watched it like about 9 time or 6 time I like it my favourite part was hey ho nobody home so i liked that song thank you so much for putting that song on the blog I really appreciate it!

    • What an ostinato is?
      An ostinato is a pattern that repeats.
      Is there a difference between a round and a canon?
      Ni there is not a difference between rounds and canons.

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