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Orff Schulwerk: Reflections and Directions
Edited by Cecilia Wang and D. Gregory Springer
This new book from GIA Publications takes on the question of how best to
promote music education in the twenty-first century. Twenty internationally
practitioners of the Orff Schulwerk approach have contributed to this work, and
their writings reflect on the past, take a critical look at the present, and set a
vision for the future of Orff Schulwerk in the twenty-first century.
Orff Schulwerk: Reflections and Directions is intended for music teachers of
all levels, including teacher trainers, teachers of children with special needs, and
university professors and researchers. For those curious about Orff Schulwerk,
or those who want to have a deeper understanding of the best practices in
music—or are eager to explore innovative music teaching strategies—this book
is essential.Ten lesson plans are also included.Contributors
include: Carlos R. Abril, Judith W. Bond,
Jane Frazee, Ana Lucía Frega, Lori F. Gooding, Cindy Hall, Kuo-Huang Han, Jo
Hug, Terri Brown Lenzo, K. Michelle Lewis, Nicola F. Mason, Kimberly McCord,
Shamrock, David W. Sogin, Robyn Staveley, Arvida Steen, Margaret
ThongBook, 306 pages.
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