Music every day: transforming the elementary classroom

Auteur :

Langue : Anglais
Couverture de l'ouvrage Music every day: transforming the elementary classroom

Thème de Music every day: transforming the elementary classroom

Prix indicatif 65,73 €

Sous réserve de disponibilité chez l'éditeur.

Ajouter au panierAjouter au panier
Date de parution :
Ouvrage 416 p. · Broché
The ideal textbook for elementary education students who want to make music a part of their future classrooms, this book confronts the issues of skill and confidence that deter many elementary classroom teachers from bringing music to their students. It offers a program to put prospective educators at ease with music and with music teaching. By explaining the benefits of elementary music education, and by offering a practical introduction to music fundamentals, the text provides prospective teachers with the encouragement and the confidence they need effectively to integrate music into their classrooms. 14 studies, accompanied by follow-up discussion questions, allow students to think reflectively in the role of teacher.*18 teaching scripts show students how experienced teachers ask questions and deal with students responses in the classroom.*At the end of each chapter, readings provide material to use to prepare for class, for in-class activities, and for further practice.*
I. Music in the Elementary School Day II. Rhythm Fundamentals for Confident Singing III. Pitch Fundamentals for Confident Singing IV. Singing with Children V. Music Fundamentals for Listening VI. Music Listening with Children VII. Fundamentals for Playing Instruments VII. Playing Instruments with Children IX. Fundamentals of Movement X. Children Moving to Music XI. Music Fundamentals for Creating Music XII. Creating Music with Children XIII. Life in the Classroom Recordings for use with Music Every Day 1. Traditional: Galway Hornpipe. Cherish The Ladies. 2. Willson: Till There Was You. Judy Collins. 3. Traditional: Coal Quay Market. Cherish The Ladies. 4. Rutter: Pie Jesu. The Cambridge Singers. 5. Styne/Sondheim/Laurents: Some People. Ethel Merman. 6. Jones/Schmidt: Try To Remember. Jerry Orbach. 7. Postal Workers canceling stamps at the University of Ghana post office. 8. Traditional: Inanay. Tiddas. 9. Hassler: Tanzen und Springen. Collegium Vocale Köln/Fromme. 10. J. S. Bach: Jesus bleibet meine Freude from Cantata 147. Bach Ensemble / Rifkin. 11. Smallwood: Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Richard Smallwood Singers. 12. Ravel: L'enfant et les Sortilèges. University of Michigan Orchestra / Keisler. 13. J. S. Bach: Andante - Presto from Sonata, BWV 1033. Petri, rec., Jarrett, hc. 14. Copland: Circus Music from The Red Pony. Boston Pops / Williams. 15. Gould: American Salute. Boston Pops / Fiedler. 16. R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Suite (excerpt). Philadelphia Orchestra / Ormandy. 17. Mossolov: The Iron Foundry. Royal Concertgebow Orchestra / Chailly. 18. Traditional: Bes. Sowah Mensah. 19. Traditional: Leang Dai. Sam-Ang Sam. 20. Traditional: Kima Duinah. 21. Hensel: Lied from Trio, Op. 11. Trio Mersson. 22. Traditional: Slide, Frog, Slide. Dukes of Dixieland. 23. Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee. Marsalis, Eastman Wind Ensemble / Hunsberger. 24. J. S. Bach: Two-part Invention No. 13 in A minor. Andras Schiff. 25. Offord: Venus and the sickle moon from Earth Harp. Colin Offord. 26. Penn: I'm a Little Cookie. Claudia Schmidt. 27. Haydn: Symphony No. 94 - II (Andante). Cleveland Orchestra / Szell. 28. Pachelbel: Canon in D. Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra / Munchinger. 29. Rosauro: Eldorado. Evelyn Glennie. 30. Traditional: Hava Nagila. Yale Strom and Zmiros. 31. Traditional: Tokyo Dontaku. Sanna Longden. 32. Traditional: Water Drums. 33. Casel: Young and Positive. Sweet Honey In The Rock. 34. Palmer: Rap It Up!. John Palmer. 35. F. Longshaw: Reckless Blues. Bessie Smith, vocal, ouis Armstrong, cornet, Frank Longshaw, organ.