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
Caro Zeeman is strumming and singing about thunder, monsters and smelly slippers!
Clare McCormack has some great ideas for using the song Koko Elai.