Hello Everyone, here are some pics from last week's Stay & Play!
Thanks to Kim Stubbs for providing us with a summary of last night's Stay and Play:
"A few Edmonton and area music teachers gathered together at Michael Strembitsky School for a quick tour through the Orff Music for Children volumes. Our hour flew quickly by as we played through some selections in volume 1, including 'Tommy Tucker', 'Ding Dong, Diggi Diggi Dong' and a canon for voice or instrument. We enjoyed diving into and putting together the various parts, hearing how wonderful these intricate, yet very doable these selections are. Perhaps our favourite was 'Street Song' from volume 3. What a great way to teach our division 2 students about chord progressions!
Our thanks to Kim Friesen-Wiens for putting this event together, and showing us that the lovely pieces in the volumes are accessible, valuable and certainly fun!"
Hello Alberta Orff Chapter Members!
We wanted to take this one last opportunity to remind you of our very first every Stay & Play workshop. Kim Friesen-Wiens will take us through some pieces from the Orff Volumes. This workshop is being offered absolutely free of charge for current Alberta Orff Chapter Members. Come and join us!
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RSVP to Connie Ohlmann at email@example.com by January 20, 2014
We look forward to seeing you there!
President, Alberta Orff Chapter
The Alberta Orff Chapter is entering 2014 with a new resolution and project - a blog! Please join us here as we transition from the traditional newsletter format to the more current and real-time format of a blog.
On this blog we will be posting reviews of workshops, library updates, president's messages, and more.
We wish you a calm return to work and hope to see you at our February 8th workshop, featuring Wendy Rae with Recorder Tips! Registration form to be uploaded very soon.
Alberta Orff Chapter President
Alberta Orff Blog
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