First Steps in Music: The Lectures

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Alt. Part # DVD-875
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First Steps in Music: The Lectures First Steps in Music Series By John Feierabend Set of 5 DVDsThis set of 5 DVDs captures the ideas and spirit of one of the most dynamic music educators of our time, John M. Feierabend. In each DVD, Dr. Feierabend presents a compelling vision for the importance of
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First Steps in Music: The Lectures First Steps in Music Series By John Feierabend Set of 5 DVDsThis set of 5 DVDs captures the ideas and spirit of one of the most dynamic music educators of our time, John M. Feierabend. In each DVD, Dr. Feierabend presents a compelling vision for the importance of music and music education in our lives, starting from infancy. These DVDs also introduce Dr. Feierabend's best-selling music curriculum, the First Steps in Music series. These DVDs are essential viewing for anyone who cares about providing a well-rounded education for our children, and who wants to make sure music remains an essential part of our lives. DVD 1: Who Is a Musical Person? An introduction to the series with the proposition that all people can become tuneful, "beatful," and artful. DVD 2: Endangered Musical Minds A critical discussion of how the musical mind develops from prenatal through elementary school.DVD 3: Music for Infants and Toddlers Teddy bear in hand, Dr. Feierabend shares the rich repertoire of infant and toddler folk songs and rhymes that he has collected over the years.DVD 4: Vocal Development for Preschool and Beyond Practical and fun ideas on how to connect the voice to mjsical perception from age 3 on. Vocal warm-ups, echo songs and simple songs serve as the basis for early singing success and good vocal habits. DVD 5: Movement Development in Preschool and Beyond Understanding music through movement activities is discussed and demonstrated.
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