The music classroom is a suitable space for practice with musical instruments oriented towards the understanding of this language.
This classroom is adapted for music teaching and in many cases it is an acoustically isolated space or a space away from the other classrooms in order to avoid sound interference in the other classrooms that may occur during the development of musical activities.
As well as having the appropriate furniture for theory classes, there should be a space adapted for practice with the different instruments, initially simple ones such as the flute.
The same space can be used for the pupils’ singing exercises. There are also cabinets where the instruments are placed: cymbals, Chinese boxes, triangles, xylophones, pianos and other instruments with digital technology that simulate different types of music.
This classroom tends to be especially motivating for students because of its artistic component.
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In this video we can see how a music class should be thought of, taking into consideration that the space should be isolated and well equiped in order to be useful and helpful for this subject.
From my point of view, this video is an useful way to show us how a Music class should be. We can see that it is acoustically isolated and that it has special cabinets or “regions” for saving the different instruments (normally basic and common, like the flute or the triangle).