THIRD COAST PERCUSSION

“WAVES”

 

Virtual Educational Outreach Video for 5th-8th Grades

 

 

The Artists & Program

WAVES
An Interactive Digital Presentation Exploring the Science Behind Sound

Performances by Third Coast Percussion will be interspersed with teaching moments that connect scientific and musical concepts, including: 

– Amplitude and dynamics (how loud a sound is, and how tall or short a sound wave appears on an oscilloscope)

– Frequency and pitch (how low or high a sound is, and how many peaks and troughs of a wave appear on an oscilloscope)

– Noise vs. pitch (visualized on an oscilloscope)

– Musical timbre and sonic spectrum (a spectrum analyzer is used to show the frequencies and overtones that make the same note sound different on different musical instruments)

Ideal for students in 5th-8th grades. 

Sign up for this free educational outreach video presented by Beaches Fine Arts Series.

A link to the video will be sent directly to you from Tracy Morris, Director of Educational Programming.

We hope you and your students will enjoy the video!

BFAS EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH VIDEO

THIRD COAST PERCUSSION

“WAVES”

Best For 5th-8th Grades

The Artists & Program

WAVES
An Interactive Digital Presentation Exploring the Science Behind Sound

Performances by Third Coast Percussion will be interspersed with teaching moments that connect scientific and musical concepts, including: 

– Amplitude and dynamics (how loud a sound is, and how tall or short a sound wave appears on an oscilloscope)

– Frequency and pitch (how low or high a sound is, and how many peaks and troughs of a wave appear on an oscilloscope)

– Noise vs. pitch (visualized on an oscilloscope)

– Musical timbre and sonic spectrum (a spectrum analyzer is used to show the frequencies and overtones that make the same note sound different on different musical instruments)

Ideal for students in 5th-8th grades. 

Sign up for this free educational outreach video presented by Beaches Fine Arts Series.

A link to the video will be sent directly to you from Tracy Morris, Director of Educational Programming.

We hope you and your students will enjoy the video!