Fifth Grade Music: An Ancient Round, Vocal Music in the Renaissance
Fifth graders sing the melody for Sumer Is Icumen In, in unison and as a two-part round. They listen to a madrigal from Renaissance Italy and a lute song from Elizabethan England.
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