Christoph Maubach introduces Beach Rondo The beach is such an attractive place for play, imagery, sound, movement and even song. Some schools in New Zealand, Australia and many other countries are situated close to the beach. For those children lucky enough to experience the beach almost on a daily basis the images are tangible…
Christoph Maubach introduces a song based on a poem: The Light house by. Myles McLeod Llwyngwril, Wales 2010 Lighthouse Piercing Through the icy moonless mist A slice of radar ray clarity A beat A beam A wave A rock A bow A boat A shock Of foam Circle of warning To guide us…
Jo Charmon shows what can be done with a word – delicious.
Janine Wymer shares a favourite nonsense syllable song from some time ago.
Jeremy Hantler introduces a rap, echo song and rhythm words currently popular in his classes.,
Celia Stewart begins the Orff Bites series with a favouite song, Sarasponda.
Shirley Harvey uses a poem as a starting point.
More from ONZA Orff Bites: The song was provided by Richard Gill in Melbourne during an Orff workshop in the nineteen eighties. Some music and movement ideas: We can walk as we sing, and change directions after each phrase. We can create different hand movements as we walk e.g.: ‘Peanut Butter’, Marmalade’. There is room…
Caro counts the baboons in the marula tree!
Lindsey and Oliver play Nintendo switch meets rhythms from Music for Children Volume 1