Teaching melodic contour with Debussy and ribbon sticks!

Teaching melodic contour with Debussy and ribbon sticks! once mastered, this could be used with scarves & blacklight for a Jedi reward

The Five Elements of Dance | KQED Art School. Wish that action was replaced with relationship, but I like it.

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In this Dalcroze Eurhythmics quick reaction game students learn to internalize tempo quickly when they are asked to jump so that they land on the fourth note that is played. It is being taught by Dr. Gregory Ristow, a Dalcroze teacher who is assistant professor of music and director of choral activities at DePauw University.

In this Dalcroze Eurhythmics quick reaction game students learn to internalize tempo quickly when they are asked to jump so that they land on the fourth note.

Bobby McFerrin Walking on the beat  could be an awesome lead into for tempo/beat discussions with younger kids!

Bobby McFerrin Walking on the beat could be an awesome lead into for tempo/beat discussions with younger kids!

Dance Improvisations: Warm-Ups, Games and Choreographic Tasks presents 73 individual and group activities to use as warm-ups, as games that stimulate creativity, and as choreographic tasks in creating movement materials. The improvisations offer extensions that further develop improvisation skills. The book supplies step-by-step instruction, making it a valuable tool for instructors of students from middle school through college.

Dance Improvisations: Warm-Ups, Games and Choreographic Tasks presents 73 individual and group activities to use as warm-ups, as games that stimulate creativity, and as choreographic tasks in creating movement materials. The improvisations offer extensions that further develop improvisation skills. The book supplies step-by-step instruction, making it a valuable tool for instructors of students from middle school through college.

My interview with NYC Dalcroze teacher Cynthia Lilley. Do  kids find classical music boring? No way, says Cynthia.

My interview with NYC Dalcroze teacher Cynthia Lilley. Do kids find classical music boring? No way, says Cynthia.

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