by James Froseth, Albert Blaser and Phylis Weikart.
Rhythm is the organizing principle of musical performance-it’s what holds music together. The ability to move to music is an important prerequisite to the development of music listening, reading, writing, and performance.
This recording and its accompanying manual are designed to provide the motivation and the instructional sequence necessary for success. Fun, varied music in a variety of styles and meters are accompanied by a manual full of ideas. All activities in the manual are illustrated for students in a seated position, where students are most likely to feel safe and secure. Appropriate for students of all ages.
We are sure you will find these activities a moving musical experience.