Lying

December 18, 2014

Here’s a video of a duologue performance called ‘Lying’ that Anika and I did in drama class. The goal of the performance was to create realistic and honest characters using different techniques from practitioners such as Stanislavski (Stan the Man) or Sanford Meisner. Our story was about Stephanie (my character) trying to convince her friend […]

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December Music Reflection

December 18, 2014

On Tuesday we had a playing test in music that consisted of playing 6 scales and then a piece from our books (march from the nutcracker). Overall I think the test went quite well as I know I got an 8 on the scales despite getting a 6 on my chromatic. I had to play […]

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Scales for Playing Test

December 14, 2014

D Major Scale A flat Major Scale E flat Major Scale B Major Scale G Major Scale Chromatic Scale

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Figured Bass

December 9, 2014
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Design Day Reflection

October 30, 2014

Today was design day for grade 9s and altogether it was a very interesting and informative day. Soon we will be doing our design unit in English to create a graphic novel based on the cellist of sarajevo. To do this we will need to digitally ink a page as well meaning we will need […]

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Recording Assignment #65 and Reflection

October 17, 2014

This is my recording for track #65. Usually I can play flute reasonably well, I’m not an expert but in the past two months I’ve improved a lot and usually play pieces my level quite well which I am proud of. This being said I really struggled with this specific track and I can’t really […]

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Maj/Min/Dim/Aug Triads Worksheet

October 16, 2014
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F and C Major Scale

October 14, 2014

Here is a recording of my F and C Major Scales! Sound quality isn’t that good :0 I wasn’t sure what octave to do the C major Scale in so I did both the upper and lower scale though from listening it sounds like my lower notes sound better and richer than higher. In the […]

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