This is the third post in our Composer Series!
The basic idea of composer study is this:
Pick a composer to study, read great books about him and listen to the music often! I also like to incorporate coloring sheets, worksheets and even notebooking while they are listening the the music. The Charlotte Mason way of composer study is usually to take an entire term to study one composer. That would be one composer every 9-12 weeks. I prefer to do one a month or one every 6 weeks, that’s just my preference.
This week is all about Vivaldi! Below is a list of printables, resources and ideas for you to use to create your own Vivaldi Composer Study!
Antonio Vivaldi Biography from Classics for Kids – an audio story with music sample.
Vivaldi Biography History Lesson and Printables
Vivaldi Biography with art, photographs and links to his music from 52 Composers.
Lesson Plans, Printables and Unit Studies:
Vivaldi Activity Sheet and Quiz
Meet Vivaldi – biography and printables, worksheets and sheet music from Making Music Fun.
Vivaldi and the 4 Season Downloadable Teachers Resource Kit found at the bottom of Harmony Fine Art’s Vivaldi Post.
Music to listen to:
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Channel on an 8 Hour Loop. Perfect for listening all day long!
Books to read:
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Was
I, Vivaldi Was
The Red Priest: The Life of Antonio Vivaldi $2.99 for Kindle
Don’t miss the other posts in our Composer Study Series:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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