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Lone Star Middle School Choral Department

Lone Star Choirs
The First Concert is November 14th
6th Grade's Concert Choir has been hard at work learning to read music!  Check out this recording of their first song they learned by using sight-singing!  The first day they read the rhythms and then notes using solfege.  Over the next few days they learned the song without ever hearing it from the instructor!
Looking to practice identifying Solfege and Rhythms?  Maybe want to review the Theory? Use the links below!
Solfege Identification
Theory Sheet Practice
Theory 1.1 Solfege Practice
Theory 1.3 Ledge Line Practice - Letter Names | Solfege
Theory 1.5 Letter Name Whole Step/Half Step Practice (Note, M2 is Whole Step and m2 is Half Step)
Theory 1.6 Creating Intervals (Change the second note using the buttons to create the interval asked for)
Creating Scales (C, G, and D major)
Theory 1.7 Creating Scales (Adding E and A Major)
Theory 1.8 Creating Scales (Adding B, F#, and C# Major)
Rhythm Dictation
  • Easy Difficulty (Whole Notes, Half Notes)
  • Medium Difficulty (Whole Notes, Half Notes, Quarter Notes)
  • Hard Difficulty (Whole Notes, Dotted Half Notes, Half Notes, Dotted Quarter Notes, Quarter Notes, Eighth Notes)
Miss us at the Open House?  Check out the powerpoint below!
  • Treble Choir (1st Period)
  • Chamber Chorale (2nd Period)
  • Concert Choir (4th Period)
  • Advanced Concert Choir (6th Period)