The students know and present age-appropriate songs, pieces of music and dances, dances and scenes in order to build up a musical repertoire.
They make music and experiment with voice, instrument and movement, expressing their own ideas and feelings through musical means.
In their encounter with stylistically different songs, works, forms of movement and dance, they consciously perceive music in their diversity and present their impressions in non-verbal forms of expression (eg in movements or pictures).
Graphical notation translates the students into sound and develop sound-based individual forms of notation to gain initial experience of how music can be recorded in writing.
The children reflect and communicate about experienced music. They bring music in connection with their own world of experience.
Simple pieces of music explore them according to musical criteria (eg Tempo) and get to know basic design possibilities.
They distinguish exemplary instruments according to appearance, sound and style of play.