CMS Front Row: InspectorPulse@Home
Join the world’s greatest and only Private Ear, Inspector Pulse, as he talks to you about music from his own home every week! Don’t forget to leave a question for Inspector Pulse in the comments section and he may answer your question on a future episode!
Episodes stream every Friday at 11am EST beginning May 22, 2020 via the CMS Facebook page. Watch the videos again with accompanying activities on-demand from the CMS website following each broadcast.
Gelato and Tic-Tac-Toe
How are ice cream and pine nuts like music? Inspector Pulse has discovered the connection and wants to let you in on the secret! It has something to do with how the word gelato (ice cream in Italian) is like legato...stay tuned!
Can You Hear Me Now?
You can turn up or down the volume on a phone or computer, but how does that work in music? Inspector Pulse investigates the mysteries of dynamics!
Time On Your Hands
Many of us have plenty of time on our hands right now. So if you want to know how to beat time, check out Inspector Pulse's show about rhythm!
Discord and Datcord
Did you ever get food stuck in your teeth and then use dental floss to remove it? That is a lot like dissonance and consonance!
Time for a Tune Up
When Inspector Pulse gets a tune up, he makes UP a tune and writes it DOWN. Join the Inspector for a tune up in his home!
Moonlight and Music
Inspector Pulse discovers that moonlight is like music! Or maybe music is like moonlight. Hmmm. Better tune in!
In a Good Mode
Inspector Pulse has many different moods and he discovers that there are more MODES than major and minor that fit his moods! It is a major discovery!
No Nouns Aloud
Inspector Pulse discovers that he can make up music for verbs (running, falling, climbing) and for adjectives (sad, happy, angry), but not for nouns (hat, refrigerator, pencil). Be there when he tries out his theory!
Inspector Pulse discovers that not only can you open a door with a key, but a key can be your home!
Between the Walls
Inspector Pulse lives in the spaces between walls in his apartment and the word interval means the space between walls! But what are musical intervals?!
According to Inspector Pulse, if you change hats, you are like a musical theme with hat variations!
A Trilling Story!
We can spice up food, decorate our home, and put ornaments on a tree. What about ornaments and decorations in music?
Story Telling Without Words!
Inspector Pulse investigates how musicians can tell stories without saying a single word!
Is It Over?
! ? ; . Punctuation marks indicate the end of a sentence, but what about the end of a musical sentence?!?!!