Essays in Celebration of Margaret Murray, Edited by Sarah Hennessy.
Reflections on Orff-Schulwerk is a collection of essays by collegues and friends who have worked with Margaret Murray over the years. Each essay in this collection offers an insight into a particular aspect of the Orff approach, viewed from the perspective of the life and work of Margaret, whose contribution to the establishment and development of creative music teaching and learning in the English speaking world is immeasurable.
Orff-Schulwerk – Origins and Development. Barbara Hasselbach
An Exceptional Translator. Barbara Hasselbach
Inclusion and Orff-Schulwerk. Shirley Salmon
“Red Sky at Night, Shepherd’s Delight.” Kate Buchanan
Putting Theory into Practice. Ulrike E. Jungmair
Margaret Murray – An Appreciation. Lois Birkenshaw-Fleming
Personal Reflections on the Orff Approach. Peter Sidaway
Orff-Schulwerk in the United States: Cultivating the Wildflower. Jane Frazee
Exploring Recorder Models. Carolee Stewart
Orff-Schulwerk in the UK over the past 50 years – a personal perspective. Marjorie Ayling
Orff-Schulwerk and Instrumental Learning. Wolfgang Hartmann
Teaching for Creativity – some thoughts for primary teachers. Sarah Hennessy