Orff and Kodaly adapted for the elementary school / Lawrence Wheeler, Lois Raebeck.
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Mullen Library stacks Music
Kodály, Zoltán, 1882-1967.
Orff, Carl, 1895-1982.
Rhythm bands and orchestras.
School music -- Instruction and study.
xxviii, 320 pages : illustrations, music ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-317).
Introduction: The Orff and Kodaly Approaches. What Is the Orff Approach? : Basic Objectives. Unique Devices. What Is the Kodaly Approach?: Rhythmic Counting. Chart of Rhythmic Counting and Clapping. Hand Signals. Chart of Hand Signals. Why Combine and Adapt Orff and Kodaly? Sequence of Activities Using Orff and Kodaly. General Teaching Suggestions. Combining Orff and Kodaly with Other Approaches to Music Education. Suggestions for Class Discussions or Reports. Speech and Rhythm : Basic Objectives. Responses to Speech and Rhythm. Sequence of Activities. Tempo-Dynamic and Echo Clapping, Patschen, Stamping, and Finger-Snapping. Experiencing melodic and rhythmic Ostinati. Experiencing meters. Using bodily movement. Creating rhythmic dramatizations. Cultivating rhythmic improvisation. Experiencing rhythmic canon. Melody : singing and playing : Primary grades. Intermediate grades. Upper grades. The recorder : Playing the recorder.
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