Flute concert

Elegy by John Tyndall

Come and listen to my flute

Mrs. Stotts 6th grade flute students playing their solos

Flute concert

Wednesday, April 15th, 8:45am

1717 40th Avenue South

Fargo, ND

John Tyndall

My song is Elegy composed by John Tyndall who has no biographical information.

Maddies biography

Hi I'm Maddie Amundson I've lived in Fargo, North Dakota my whole life. I'm 12 years old and was born on November 9, 2002. I'm a gymnast at American Gold on the level 8/9 competitive team, who loves art, food, my phone, sleeping, and gymnastics. This year at Discovery Middle School I've joined band and I play the flute. My favorite thing in the world is TAJAM.


Adagio- Playing music at a slow tempo.

Time Signature- A sign to indicate the meter, numerator is the number of beats, the denominator is the kind note getting one beat.

Mezzo Piano- Playing music moderately soft.

Mezzo Forte- Playing music moderately loud.

Slur- A line connecting 2 different notes in one breath.

Tie- A line connecting 2 notes that are the same played in one breath.

Forte- Playing music loud.

Piano- Played in a soft quiet tone.

Crescendo- A graduate increase in volume or intensity.

Decrescendo- Gradually decreasing force or loudness.

Treble Clef- G clef, read by flutes, oboe, saxes, trumpet, french horn, and mallets.

Information on Elegy

The song Elegy is a poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the dead. The song Elegy make me feel sad because the music has a slow tempo and is full of slurs. Since the song is for the dead it would be played a funerals. Elegy has a very slow and flowing tune. John Tyndall wrote Elegy probably to let people feel emotion.