What is LMM Musicianship?
Who is LMM Musicianship for?
Getting Involved: the practical details
What does a school have to do to ensure LMM Musicianship is a success?
Programme Content and Focus
|Learning Focus||Learning Progression: By the end of the first year of LMM Musicianship, most children will be able to:|
|Use of voice||Find their singing voice and distinguish between their singing, speaking, whispering (and other timbres) and thinking voices|
|Pitch||Sing songs using pentatonic and major scales|
|Pulse||Distinguish between rhythm and pulse. They will be able to maintain a pulse during spoken , sung and played musical activities.|
|Rhythm||Copy rhythms and recognise key rhythms when played on an instrument or clapped|
|Musical Elements||Distinguish between the musical elements:|
|Ensemble Skills||Become practiced in using their thinking voice. They will sing partner songs and be able to explain the meaning of the related words|
|Melodic Notation||Recognise adapted visual notation (such as body solfa), and be introduced to reading unfamiliar patterns and to reading up and down the sol-fa scale|
|Rhythmic Notation||Read and manipulate pictorial rhythmic scores|