What is Eurhythmics? It is the oldest of the modern methods of teaching music, a method in which all musical concepts are taught through movement. Eurhythmics was developed by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze
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This teacher- and kid-friendly resource for music specialists and classroom teachers is designed to capture creativity and ignite imagination. Students will speak, sing, dance and play while embedding
Understanding the organization of movement sequences, exploring personal and general space relating to others, and discovering inner feelings connected to beautifully expressive musical selections and
This follow-up to the first volume contains 18 works in a wide variety of styles and is certain to appeal to early childhood specialists, elementary music teachers, dance educators, senior citizens and
Help! I'm running out of time to prepare for the music sub! Wouldn't it be great if John Jacobson would show up and help teach music class? He makes those choreography moves look so easy, and my students
On a hot, humdrum day, Ty meets a mysterious man who uses a washboard, comb, spoons, and a pail to create a one-man band out of thin air! This leads LeVar on an exploration to a concert in the park, where
The rhythms and dances of Guinea, West Africa spring to life in this multimedia collection. More than just a drumming book, this method immerses teachers and students in traditional West African music,
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