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The eclectic curriculum in American music education: contributions of Dalcroze, Kodaly, and Orff

Author: Beth Landis; Polly Carder
Publisher: [Washington] : [Music Educators National Conference], [1972]
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Landis, Beth.
Eclectic curriculum in American music education: contributions of Dalcroze, Kodaly, and Orff.
[Washington, Music Educators National Conference, 1972]
(OCoLC)639526869
Named Person: Émile Jaques-Dalcroze; Zoltán Kodály; Carl Orff; Émile Jaques-Dalcroze; Zoltán Kodály; Carl Orff; Émile Jaques-Dalcroze; Zoltán Kodály; Carl Orff
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beth Landis; Polly Carder
OCLC Number: 496448
Description: 247 pages : illustrations, portraits, music ; 23 cm
Contents: Part One: Three Distinctive Approaches. The Approach of Emile Jaques-Dalcroze : Rhythmic Movement. Original Exercises in Rhythmic Movement. Solfege. Improvisation. Eurhythmics in Special Education. Historical Development. The Approach of Zoltan Kodaly : Sol-fa Teaching. The Instructional Repertoire. Historical Development. The Approach of Carl Orff : Speech. Singing. Movement. Improvisation. Instruments. Historical Development. Part Two: The American Curriculum and the European Plans : The Music Curriculum in the United States. Adaptation: Implications and Viewpoints : Judith Willour : Beginning with Delight. Egon Kraus: Zoltan Kodaly's Legacy to Music Education. Zoltan Kodaly : Folk Song in Pedagogy. Alexander Ringer : Kodaly and Education : A Musicological Note. Carl Orff : The Schulwerk --
Its Origins and Aims. Arnold Walter : Carl Orff's Music for Children. Ruth Frost : New Dimensions in Music Education. Grace Nash : Media for Human Development. Beth Landis : Realization in Movement as a Way of Comprehending Music. Stuart Ling : The Work of Anna Leachner, Viennese Music Educator. Selected Excerpts from Published Adaptations : Elsa Findlay : Rhythm and Movement. Grace Nash : Music with Children -Series ; Music with Children --
Series II; Chamber Music ; Rhythm Speech Ensembles. Aden Lewis : Listen, Look and Sing, Volume One, Teachers Edition. Elizabeth Nichols : Orff Instrument Source Book, Volume I ; Orff Instrument Source Book, Volume II. Mary Helen Richards : Threshold to Music. Arpad Darazs and Stephen Jay : Sight and Sound.
Responsibility: Beth Landis, Polly Carder.

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