[Stonechats 9] Singing, Solfa and Kodaly with Guest RaeAnna Goss Part 2

[Stonechats 9] Singing, Solfa and Kodaly with Guest RaeAnna ...

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On Part 2 of our discussion about singing and the Solfa, we continue our chat with RaeAnna Goss, singing teacher, homeschool graduate, homeschooling mother, and Charlotte Mason follower, who has created Solfa Sofa, an early years approach for introducing singing in a CM-friendly way. (Part 1 can be found here.) We were also joined by Crystal Hosea of The Legends of the Staff of Musique, but we invited Crystal back for another episode about her own CM approach to combining story and music, which will air in a couple of weeks. Recorded April 15, 2019 Show Notes: Heidi Buschbach0:26 Free Resource IdeasChildren of the Open AirSing SolfaSolfa Sofa 3:00 Paid Resouce IdeasJohn M. Feierabend and Conversational SolfegeThe Kodály Center at Holy Names UniversityOrganization of American Kodály Educators5:02 Should you use a certain set of songs to teach?6:35 Canadian ResourcesKodály Society of CanadaMusic Play with Denise Gagné7:15 Crystal Hosea of The Legends of the Staff of Musique 8:14 Dalcroze and Movement9:01 Miriam's experience with Children of the Open Air10:13 An overview of Solfa as learned up to Form 310:45 What to do in the upper forms11:24 Skills to learn in the lower forms15:34 Ear Training (PNEU article: A Few Remarks on Teaching Music by W.H. Leslie) 17:36 Starting with an older studentArticle referenced by Heidi Buschbach for older beginnersOutschool19:42 Solfedge, Solfa and Solfedgio20:46 Find the joy and protect your children's voices27:07 Fun resources Music K-8 MagazineSmithsonian Folkways Recordings The Kodály Center at Holy Names University Workshops with chapters of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association29:46 Nature minutesCoyote's Guide To Connecting with Nature Book DiscussionFletcher and the Springtime Blossoms
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On Part 2 of our discussion about singing and the Solfa, we continue our chat with RaeAnna Goss, singing teacher, homeschool graduate, homeschooling mother, and Charlotte Mason follower, who has created Solfa Sofa, an early years approach for introducing singing in a CM-friendly way. (Part 1 can be found here.) We were also joined by Crystal Hosea of The Legends of the Staff of Musique, but we invited Crystal back for another episode about her own CM approach to combining story and music, which will air in a couple of weeks. Recorded April 15, 2019 Show Notes: Heidi Buschbach0:26 Free Resource IdeasChildren of the Open AirSing SolfaSolfa Sofa 3:00 Paid Resouce IdeasJohn M. Feierabend and Conversational SolfegeThe Kodály Center at Holy Names UniversityOrganization of American Kodály Educators5:02 Should you use a certain set of songs to teach?6:35 Canadian ResourcesKodály Society of CanadaMusic Play with Denise Gagné7:15 Crystal Hosea of The Legends of the Staff of Musique 8:14 Dalcroze and Movement9:01 Miriam's experience with Children of the Open Air10:13 An overview of Solfa as learned up to Form 310:45 What to do in the upper forms11:24 Skills to learn in the lower forms15:34 Ear Training (PNEU article: A Few Remarks on Teaching Music by W.H. Leslie) 17:36 Starting with an older studentArticle referenced by Heidi Buschbach for older beginnersOutschool19:42 Solfedge, Solfa and Solfedgio20:46 Find the joy and protect your children's voices27:07 Fun resources Music K-8 MagazineSmithsonian Folkways Recordings The Kodály Center at Holy Names University Workshops with chapters of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association29:46 Nature minutesCoyote's Guide To Connecting with Nature Book DiscussionFletcher and the Springtime Blossoms
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