Twitter post from Joshua Medcalf
This came from Debbie Freeman and I thought I would share it with you.
Waynel Mays, a first grade teacher at Briarwood Elementary, talks about the moment Monday’s tornado hit the school in Moore, Oklahoma.
http://www.openculture.com/2013/05/stravinskys_the_rite_of_spring_visualized.html This a great way to view what is going on in the orchestration. Way cool.
The Little Metronome That Wouldn’t Take a metronome. Then take another. Then another. Set them ticking at different times. Look. Lift. (That’s the key part.) Watch. Then Laugh. Because you will be dumbfounded. Read this story This email was sent … Continue reading →
New resource I recently came upon Warming Up with Rounds TEACHING MUSIC LITERACY USING ROUNDS IN THE CHORAL REHEARSAL Series: Resource Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: BOOK RESOURCE BK Author : Catherine DeLanoy Choral rounds have been used for recreational singing … Continue reading →
This activity is intended for children ages 3 and up. It is best played with 3-5 players. To begin, have the children draw a picture of an egg. Each child should color a section of the egg the same color … Continue reading →
This is an excellent talk.
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