Espresso Too

For my Observed Practice, I am making plans to work with Community Music 1 students and possibly Community Music 2-4 students. In my lesson, I would like to share my creative approach to group music making that has been inspired by a Rhythmic Rondo, which I have entitled ‘Espresso Too’, that can be found in ‘Music for Children’, Volume 1, Page 67 (Orff & Keetman).

My creative approach and process will include work with movement, speech, body percussion, improvisation, paper cups and hand held percussion instruments.

I have created the speech for the rhythmic material given by Orff and Keetman:

Espresso Too (Vol I pg. 67)

My lesson plan is beginning to take the following shape:

PG Cert TA Observed Lesson Plan Work in Progress Page 2

One thought on “Espresso Too

  1. Shirley DAY-SALMON says:

    Dear Caroline,

    Great to read about your actiivities.

    I am sure you know that ISME will be held in Glasgow July 2016. I hope you will apply to present a workshop or two!

    All the best, Shirley

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