Orff Day by Day PDF ePub eBook

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Orff Day by Day free pdf Alice Brass' approach to Orff music stressed improvisation and creativity. Teachers seeing the lively and inventive presentations of her groups often asked, 'How did you develop such a complex and interesting production?'. The answer was always, 'Step by step and day by day'. In helping teachers with Orff projects, Alice Brass realised there was a need for a guide that answered such practical questions as where to begin, how much to expect to cover in a class and how to encourage children to develop their own ideas. This book outlines nine projects, taking the teacher step-by-step through a process designed to teach basic music, improvisation and creative movement. It will be valuable and inspiring to all who teach music to young children.

About Alice Brass

Alice Brass started teaching the Orff program at Claude Watson School for the Arts, Toronto, in 1982, and remained over 20 years until she died in 2003. She conducted many workshops, and the performances of the CWSA Orff group were widely admired. She was also music director of Canadian Dance Tapestry, a group of young Canadian dancers and musicians who performed traditional Canadian dances at festivals in Canada, the USA, France, Italy and the Netherlands.

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Author : Alice Brass
Publisher : Robin Brass Studio
Data Published : 01 January 1997
ISBN : 1896941028
EAN : 9781896941028
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 80 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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