Move It 2! Expressive Movements with Classical Music by Peggy Lyman and John Feierabend is an essential volume of the First Steps in Music Series. This DVD, CD, and guidebook contain what is needed to inspire students of any age to move to great classical music. Eighteen works in a wide variety of
Move It 2! Expressive Movements with Classical Music by Peggy Lyman and John Feierabend is an essential volume of the First Steps in Music Series. This DVD, CD, and guidebook contain what is needed to inspire students of any age to move to great classical music. Eighteen works in a wide variety of styles sure to appeal to early childhood specialists, elementary music teachers, and dance educators. Every movement is demonstrated on the DVD, recorded on the CD for use in class and clearly and simply detailed in the illustrated guidebook. The expressive movements reflect both the form and the expressive quality of the music, embodying John Feierabend's theories of music and movement development and Peggy Lyman's belief in the emotional power of gesture. Move It! 2 is also perfect for use with senior citizens and the physically challenged. For all ages.
Contents: Schumann - Kinderszenen, Op. 15 Delibes Sylvia Faure - Pelleas and Melisande Beethoven - Six Ecossaises WoO 83, No. 1 Haydn - Symphony No. 94, Mvt. 2 Rachmaninoff - Italian Polka Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Bach - Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring Brahms - Hungarian Dances, No. 5 Bizet - L'Arlesienne Suite, No. 1 Tchaikovsky - Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66 Bizet - Carmen Suite, No. 1 Bach - Partita No. 3 in Major Prokofiev -Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67 Vivaldi - Gloria in D, RV 589 Gliere - The Red Poppy Boccherini - String Quartet in E, Op. 13 No. 5 Grieg - In the Hall of the Mountain King, Op. 46 No. 1 Orff - Carmina Burana Bach - Suite No. 2 in B minor Gounod - Funeral March of the Marionette Khachaturian - Gayane Suite No. 3 Soldier's Joy (Traditional)
Hayes, Peggy Lyman
Feierabend, John M.
Great for Getting them Moving to Great Music
The music selections are varied and wonderful It is always a good thing to allow students to move<br />and what better than to move to great music! This DVD is so worthwhile. ...Highly recommend!
Used it with K-6
I teach in an urban district, and I use both Move It routines with all my classes. The ones with the props are fun for the older kids, and with all of the students. Don't show the DVD to your class, or they may balk. It's the enthusiasm, expression, and fun that you bring to movement that will catch your students' attention.
suitable for younger students
I had purchased this with the intent of using with my fifth grade classes, but there is no way that my fifth grade boys would do this. Disappointing, because there is a need for interesting, creative movement for "classical" music for older students.