Music Appreciation for Little Children; In the Home, Kindergarten, and Primary Schools Designed to Meet the Needs of the Child Mind During the Sensory

Music Appreciation for Little Children; In the Home, Kindergarten, and Primary Schools Designed to Meet the Needs of the Child Mind During the Sensory

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...the music did. You think Donald keeps with the music better? The music told Donald to skip, and Mary to fly, didn't it? Emma's hands and arms were much more like birds' wings than Mary's were, I think. 600 84 to0 Yes, Edward, you may try it. Oh, what a pretty bow Edward made just before he began to dance! He must have thought he was a fairy that came to dance for us. (Through such discussion several details will be brought out. The children with less initiative will have received suggestions and courage to try again.) LESSON II Perhaps you have been to a concert sometime with your papas and mammas. This morning we are going to have a concert right here in our own little kindergarten. A lady will play a violin solo for us. We cannot see her, but she loved little boys and girls like you, and loved to play for little people, so we must be just as still and polite while the music plays as if she were really here. Serenade--64281 or 64576 (It is better to play only first part, unless the children are able really to listen to the entire selection.) Teddy Bears' Picnic--16001 The next music we are going to hear has something in it that you would like to have for a toy. You like a train? A dolly, etc. (Allow children's discussion to anticipate what toy this one may be.) See if you can tell what this sounds like. (Play enough of record for children to find the bears, and to recognize them again.) I think these Teddy Bears are going to a picnic. Let's pretend we are going to the picnic, too. Be sure to listen to the music, and keep with the Teddy Bears. -- 85 - The Bunny--17776 I'm sure you know a bunny, too, don't you? He is such a nice pet. I should think he could hear everything "with his ears so long. But I guess the reason he's so...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236488628
  • 9781236488626