UNIT 5A: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF
MUSIC
3 VOCABULARY, p. 70
 Instruments and musicians
1. Bass /ˌbeɪs ɡɪˌtɑˌ(r)/
2. Trumpet
3. P...
Pictures of the instruments
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MUSICIANS
 Tenor /ˌtenə(r)/ a man who sings with quite a high-pitched
voice (giọng teno, giọng nam cao)
 Bass : a man wh...
 Singer-songwriter : someone who writes and sings his
/ her songs
 Rapper : someone who speaks the words of a song
 Sol...
2 Adjectives and phrases to
describe music
 This song has incomprehensible lyrics. I can’t understand
what it’s about.
 ...
 Catchy (adj): if a tune or phrase is catchy it attracts your
attention and is easy to remember (dễ nhớ)
 Incomprehensib...
3 Idioms
He has a ……………………………. He can sing a tune as soon
as he’s heard it.
 Good ear for music
He’s not singing the same...
The others ran away, leaving him to ……………………..
He got punished for what he had all done.
 Face the music
When I heard the...
 blow your (own) trumpet
British
to proudly tell other people about your own achievements and
successes
I don’t want to b...
 in/out of tune
producing the right/wrong note when you sing or play
music
 [singular] the ability to hear and judge sou...
Kinds of music
 Hip hop
 Rap
 Dance
 opera
 Classical
 Jazz
 rock
 Country
 pop
 Soul : a type of African-American music that developed in the
1960s, combining r & b with pop, rock ’n’ roll, and gospel...
 Funk : a type of music that developed in the late 1960s
from soul and early rock and roll, containing lively
drum beats,...
More vocabulary
 Upbeat /ˌʌpbiˌt/ (adj) Informal: lạc quan, vui vẻ
happy and positive because you are confident that you ...
 Reflective (adj) showing a tendency to serious and
careful thought
 Intense (adj) feeling and showing emotions in a ver...
SPEAKING
Answer the questions with a partner.
1. What kind of music do you like?
 Do you have a favorite band / solo arti...
NO
 Have you ever tried to learn to play an instrument?
 Is there an instrument you would like to learn to play?
2. What...
Learn English through song
Pretty Boy (M2M)
I lie awake at night
See things in black and white
I only got you inside my mi...
CHORUS
Oh my pretty pretty boy
I love you
Like I never ever loved no one before you
Pretty pretty boy you're mine
Just tel...
I used to write your name
I'll put it in a frame
And sometimes I think I hear you call
Right from my bedroom wall
You stay...
CHORUS
Oh my pretty pretty boy
I love you
Like I never ever loved no one before you
Pretty pretty boy you're mine
Just tel...
BRIDGE
Oh pretty boy
pretty boy
pretty boy~~
Say you love me too
CHORUS
Oh my pretty pretty boy
I love you
Like I never ev...
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  1. 1. UNIT 5A: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC 3 VOCABULARY, p. 70  Instruments and musicians 1. Bass /ˌbeɪs ɡɪˌtɑˌ(r)/ 2. Trumpet 3. Piano 4. Keyboard 5. Drums 6. Violin 7. Saxophone 8. Cello /ˌtʃeləʊ/ 9. Organ Mr. B
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  11. 11. MUSICIANS  Tenor /ˌtenə(r)/ a man who sings with quite a high-pitched voice (giọng teno, giọng nam cao)  Bass : a man who sings with a low-pitched voice (giọng nam trầm)  Soprano/səˌprɑˌnəʊ/: a woman who sings with a high- pitched voice  Orchestra : a large group of musicians who play different musical instruments together (dàn nhạc)  Choir /kwaɪə(r)/ : a group of people who sing together, for example in a church service (Hợp xướng, ca đoàn)
  12. 12.  Singer-songwriter : someone who writes and sings his / her songs  Rapper : someone who speaks the words of a song  Soloist : someone who plays an instrument on their own  Lead singer : the main singer in a band  Conductor : the person who directs an orchestra  composer : someone who writes music  DJ (Disc Jockey) : the person who chooses, introduces, and plays music on the radio or in a club
  13. 13. 2 Adjectives and phrases to describe music  This song has incomprehensible lyrics. I can’t understand what it’s about.  it’s a very catchy song. I can’t get it out of my head.  This music is so moving. It almost makes me want to cry.  It’s a song with a very strong beat. The rhythm makes you want to tap your feet.  I think his voice is very monotonous. It almost sends me to sleep.  I don’t know what it’s called but I recognize the tune. The music sounds familiar.
  14. 14.  Catchy (adj): if a tune or phrase is catchy it attracts your attention and is easy to remember (dễ nhớ)  Incomprehensible /ɪnˌkɒmprɪˌhensəb(ə)l/ (adj) impossible to understand  Moving (adj) : making you feel emotional (cảm động)  Beat (n) : the main pattern of sounds in a piece of music (âm nhạc) nhịp  Monotonous (adj) : a monotonous sound or voice is boring and unpleasant (Đều đều, đơn điệu)  Tune (n) : a song or piece of music (Điệu (hát...), giai điệu
  15. 15. 3 Idioms He has a ……………………………. He can sing a tune as soon as he’s heard it.  Good ear for music He’s not singing the same notes as we are. He’s completely ……………………………….  Out of tune He’s always ………………………………. He tells everyone how wonderful he is.  Blowing his own trumpet
  16. 16. The others ran away, leaving him to …………………….. He got punished for what he had all done.  Face the music When I heard the news, it was ………………………….it was exactly what I wanted to hear.  Music to my ears
  17. 17.  blow your (own) trumpet British to proudly tell other people about your own achievements and successes I don’t want to blow my own trumpet, but I think it’s pretty good.  face the music informal to accept punishment or criticism for something you have done wrong  music to your ears something that someone says that you are very pleased to hear Their offer of help was music to my ears.
  18. 18.  in/out of tune producing the right/wrong note when you sing or play music  [singular] the ability to hear and judge sounds She has a very good ear for music.
  19. 19. Kinds of music  Hip hop  Rap  Dance  opera  Classical  Jazz  rock  Country  pop
  20. 20.  Soul : a type of African-American music that developed in the 1960s, combining r & b with pop, rock ’n’ roll, and gospel styles. Soul music usually has a strong beat and places emphasis on singing. It is often simply called soul.  Soundtrack : the music that is played during a film or television programm, or a CD of this music  gangsta rap : a type of black US rap music that talks about life in the city, especially about guns, violence, and sex  heavy metal : music a type of loud rock music that developed in the 1970s, played on drums and electric guitars  Blues : a type of slow and sad music that developed from the songs of black slaves in the southern US
  21. 21.  Funk : a type of music that developed in the late 1960s from soul and early rock and roll, containing lively drum beats, repeated electric bass lines, and often singing  Sonata : a piece of classical music for one instrument, usually the piano, or for one instrument and a piano  Symphony : a long piece of classical music played by a symphony orchestra
  22. 22. More vocabulary  Upbeat /ˌʌpbiˌt/ (adj) Informal: lạc quan, vui vẻ happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want upbeat about: The players seemed upbeat about their chances of winning.  Energetic (adj) /ˌenə(r)ˌdʒetɪk/ an energetic person has a lot of energy and is very active Her mother, now an energetic 73, was also present energetic movements. (mạnh mẽ, mãnh liệt, đầy nghị lực)  Rhythmic (adj) /ˌrɪðmɪk/ a rhythmic movement or sound has a clear and regular pattern (có nhịp điệu; nhịp nhàng)
  23. 23.  Reflective (adj) showing a tendency to serious and careful thought  Intense (adj) feeling and showing emotions in a very strong way Some people find her hard to get along with because she’s so intense. an intense person/personality/nature (mãnh liệt, sôi nổi)  Rebellious (adj) opposing authority (nổi loạn, chống đối)
  24. 24. SPEAKING Answer the questions with a partner. 1. What kind of music do you like?  Do you have a favorite band / solo artist / composer/ song? 2. Do you play a musical instrument? YES  Have you had lessons?  Can you read music?  Have you ever played in a band?
  25. 25. NO  Have you ever tried to learn to play an instrument?  Is there an instrument you would like to learn to play? 2. What do you think of classical music / hip hop / dance music / folk music / rock music? 3. Have you ever …?  sung in a choir  been in a talent contest  performed in front of a lot of people 4. What’s the best live concert you’ve ever been to?
  26. 26. Learn English through song Pretty Boy (M2M) I lie awake at night See things in black and white I only got you inside my mind You know you have made me blind I lie awake and pray That you will look my way I have all this longing in my heart I knew it right from the start
  27. 27. CHORUS Oh my pretty pretty boy I love you Like I never ever loved no one before you Pretty pretty boy you're mine Just tell me you love me too Oh my pretty pretty boy I need you Oh my pretty pretty boy I do Let me inside Make me stay Right beside you
  28. 28. I used to write your name I'll put it in a frame And sometimes I think I hear you call Right from my bedroom wall You stay a little while And touch me with your smile And what can I say to make you mine To reach out for you in time
  29. 29. CHORUS Oh my pretty pretty boy I love you Like I never ever loved no one before you Pretty pretty boy you're mine Just tell me you love me too Oh my pretty pretty boy I need you Oh my pretty pretty boy I do Let me inside Make me stay Right beside you
  30. 30. BRIDGE Oh pretty boy pretty boy pretty boy~~ Say you love me too CHORUS Oh my pretty pretty boy I love you Like I never ever loved no one before you Pretty pretty boy you're mine
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