The fourth phase of group development exemplified by task or goal accomplishment
Voice Instruments Movement Elementary children should be provided with many opportunities to perform, both for themselves and for the enjoyment of others Since the voice is the primary instrument, songs can be used at every level for fun as well as for specific instructional objectives Singing songs in a group can promote a wonderful feeling of unity in the participants Playing classroom instruments can be a motivating activity for children In elementary music, the instruments provide a concrete, manipulative means of learning about timbre, pitch, rhythm, expression, and musical literacy Creativity can be encouraged when a wide variety of both pitched and nonpitched instruments are available for use in the classroom Movement is a basic human response to music Using movement in the classroom increases the children's involvement in music Learning is significantly enhanced when the children are actively involved
This category permits and encourages costumes and choreography Couples will provide their own music This category encourages innovation and creativity, hitting breaks and accents are also encouraged 'Break Away's must not exceed two and can last for up to eight beats of music per 'Break Away' Adagio figures, with the exception of lifts and aerials, are allowed but not required Valid swing dance must be the basis of the performance, i e Hand Dance, Shag, West Coast Swing, East Coast, Lindy, Philly Bop, etc During all adagio figures one foot must remain on the floor
Huge cultural complex (opened 1971) in Washington, D.C., with a total of six stages, designed by Edward Durell Stone. The complex, surfaced in marble, makes use of the ornamental facade screens for which the architect was known. The three main theaters are entered from the Grand Foyer, which faces the Potomac River. The Concert Hall, the largest auditorium, has been designated a national monument; its acoustics are considered exceptional, and its embossed ceiling and crystal chandeliers have been much admired
Travertine-clad cultural complex on the western side of Manhattan (1962-68), built by a board of architects headed by Wallace K. Harrison (1895-1981). The buildings, situated around a plaza with a fountain, are the home of the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Ballet, and the Juilliard School. Harrison himself designed the Metropolitan Opera building, and Eero Saarinen designed the Vivian Beaumont Theater. Philip Johnson's New York State Theater incorporates a Classical facade and a four-story lobby. Johnson also rebuilt Avery Fisher Hall (home of the New York Philharmonic), originally designed by Max Abramovitz, to correct acoustic deficiencies and improve the lobby spaces
If someone or something performs well, they work well or achieve a good result. If they perform badly, they work badly or achieve a poor result. He had not performed well in his exams `State-owned industries will always perform poorly,' John Moore informed readers
If you perform a play, a piece of music, or a dance, you do it in front of an audience. Gardiner has pursued relentlessly high standards in performing classical music This play was first performed in 411 BC He began performing in the early fifties, singing and playing guitar
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