Explore music through the decades with an engaging video brought to you by the 5-part harmony acapella group, Pentatonix. Genuine musical talents sing through a variety of popular music from the 11th century to the 2010's. Artists...
We know that sound cannot be heard in space, but can space make sound? Artists use various techniques to turn radiation waves, the earth's magnetic field, and other scientific data into music. This is the 20th video in a series of 22.
Math will resonate with your young artists and musicians when they learn that a mathematical formula describes a musical sound that is pleasing to our ears. Beethoven uses the certainty of mathematics to convey emotion and creativity. In...
What's that sound? Transpose music proportionally using a ukulele. A ukulele artist explains how math is beneficial in transposing songs written in one key to another. The video demonstrates that transposing keeps the ratio between the...
Your learners will dance in their seats as this talented drummer connects math to music in a short video clip. Clayton Cameron shows how math puts the "cool" in various genres of music, including jazz, hip-hop, pop, R&B, and others,...
American Chemical Society
Why does music affect people so deeply? Explore how music impacts the human brain through a video from the American Chemical Society's Reactions series. The narrator discusses the anticipatory elements in different styles of music and...
Viewers of a short video learn about the development of the Broadway Book Musical in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Scholars explore the Golden Age of Broadway, which produced classics like Annie Get Your Gun and...
Can music enhance your academic achievements? This is the question posed in this video about healthy music. Teacher quotes and student pictures are presented, along with inspiring music in the background. Tip: Introduce your music lesson...
Why does music rely so heavily on repetition? This is an interesting video from which to explore not only the psychological answers to this question, but also the ways in which humans perceive and rate different types of music.
Take a fascinating look into the many ways in which music played an absolutely integral role in the culture of ancient Greece. Rooted in ancient Greek mythology and the common medium through which all core disciplines were taught and...
There were a lot of firsts for women in music. From being the first to sing and write about birth control to speaking out about issues of their time, female singers represent a voice that had not been heard by many before. Young viewers...
Common Sense Media
Scholars with a song in their hearts love the Musical.ly app! How do they use it safely? Discover best practices for budding song artists using a short digital citizenship video from an extensive playlist. The narrator explains the...
Masterfully mix math and music. Pupils first watch a video about the music instrument calliope on the riverboat Belle of Louisville. They then conduct an activity where they investigate how the length of the strings on a string...
Young musicians, using both acoustic and digital instruments, hook up with young poets to produce their own songs through a program imagined by Michael Medvinsky.
Joy 2 Learn
Ten informative videos make up a series hosted by Wynton Marsalis designed to share the musical triumphs of jazz musicians Scott Joplin, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and more!
Make music using math. Young mathematicians listen to a musical score in a video from the Numberphile Pi series. It turns out that the music in the video has all sorts of connections to pi and tau.
Use math to become pitch perfect. Music incorporates various aspects of mathematics. A musician/composer demonstrates the inverse relationship between the length of string and the ratio of the notes in a delightful video. The musician...
Importing music to accompany your podcast is the topic of part five of this nine-part series. Jill explains how and where to get music, how to use it, and how it works in the Audacity software. Your class podcast will be really great now!
The star of the show is ratios. The informative resource explains how to transpose music using ratios. Individuals transpose the song "Twinkle, Twinkle" in the activity by applying their ratio skills. The activity challenges class...
Focusing on music made with your mouth, this video explores the letter M. The music and songs in the video are terrific. All your students will be singing their M words.
An episode of Survivor involving a game of musical chairs can help preschoolers or kindergarteners practice basic counting skills. Three monsters and two chairs, then two monsters and one chair, lead to a sense of excitement. You could...
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