Caro Zeeman shares an original Christmas carol which can be sung as a round with instrumental accompaniment.
Jo Charman and Hayley Hunter listen, identify and explore sounds in their environment, “our backyard” for inspiration to create a song or soundscape. https://youtu.be/iUXJqdQnLxo
Clare McCormack’s intro to: ‘ONZA Rondo’ – a cool body percussion piece.
Jeremy’s song is the perfect start to a cold and crisp winter’s morning!
A few years back in a remote area of the Far North of AOTEAROA I was able to observe a Monarch butterfly emerge from its Chrysalis. The beautiful birth of this insect sparked a renewed interest in butterflies with their varied and bright colors and visits to flowers. Butterflies are beautiful creatures and they…
Celia Stewart uses a very standard Orff process to turn a poem about frogs into our own Christmas song.
Debbie Graham shares some great ideas on how to use her original song Tawhirimatea. Check out he video and the notes are attached.
Learn how to sing, sign and play “Good Morning” with this happy song from Hayley.
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…