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use of music in dance education.

Lucile Brahms Nathanson

use of music in dance education.

The fifth annual conference on creative teaching of dance to children, December 28, 29, 30, 1958.

by Lucile Brahms Nathanson

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Published by Dept. of Teaching Training in Dance for Children in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance -- Study and teaching.,
  • Music -- Instruction and study -- Juvenile.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    GenreJuvenile.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 l.
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16771021M

    Older children dance to the music of their favorite bands, and use music to form friendships and share feelings. Try these activities and games with your children to experience the pleasure and learning that music brings. Infants and Music: Infants recognize the melody of . Bernstein says it is enriching and ennobling. To me, that sounds like a good cause for making music an integral part of every child's education. Studying music and the arts elevates children's education, expands students' horizons, and teaches them to appreciate the wonder of life." - U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley, July

      Children receive many artistic, cultural, cognitive and physical benefits from dance instruction. The importance of dance in childhood education extends across the curriculum. Dance . The diversity of means by which dance may be notated (including Laban; Benesh; Eshkol-Wachman) was compared with the universal use of musical notation – although not all musicians are able either to notate or read music and few dancers are skilled in the art of dance notation in any form.

    When combined with dance, music and drama, children can use language to understand and express more complex ideas. Music. Music is an essential tool and curriculum area in early childhood education, providing numerous opportunities for language learning. Music experiences include (but are not limited to): singing; playing instruments. How to Use This Book This book is designed to give every elementary school teacher the tools he or she needs to begin incorporating dance into every-day curriculum. On the next page, you will find teaching tips that are especially important when teaching dance. The subsequent lesson plans in this book .


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