Link Up: The Orchestra Sings Teacher Resources 2017-2018

Revised Program Pathways page – please use this reference page instead of page 7 of the Teacher Guide. The Revised Program Pathways pages includes changes and additions we are making this year to our local presentation of The Orchestra Sings:  https://sasymphony.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/PROGRAM-PATHWAYS-REVISED-SAS-Link-Up-The-Orchestra-Sings.pdf

Concert Visuals – follow this link to view and download the Concert Visuals in PowerPoint and PDF format.  These are the slides that will be projected onscreen above the orchestra during the culminating concerts in May 2018.  At least some classroom preparation using the Concert Visuals is strongly recommended:

Carnegie Hall resources, including PDF guide books, piano-vocal scores, audio and video tracks, recorded webinars, Link Up Beginnings guide books, games, resources in Spanish and more:

“Cielito Lindo” resources – For our local program, we have added the song “Cielito Lindo” with three verses and refrain in Spanish.  Resources can be found here:
Movement for “Cielito Lindo” (instructional video – chorus only) can be found here:
https://youtu.be/tzZ5-_-cluk – NEW!

For our local program, we are adding a vocal part to the “New World Symphony” selection, in addition to the recorder part presented by Carnegie Hall.  Please see below links to resources for the vocal part:

“New World Symphony” vocal part
“New World Symphony” piano-vocal score

For our local program, we will be presenting the Copland “I Bought Me A Cat” from Old American Songs instead of the Cabaniss “Bought Me A Cat.”  Resources for Copland’s “I Bought Me A Cat” can be found here:

String parts including viola, cello and bass parts to several of The Orchestra Sings music selections can be found here: