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RE: MUSIC in the art room

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From: Rebecca Stone-Danahy (RebeccaStoneDanahy_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Feb 14 2002 - 05:54:41 PST


I ordered them from Amazon.com
 
They have a ton of titles with the series to choose from. I tried to choose
music from various cultures that my students could relate to and some that
would be completely new to them. I have found all of the selections so far
to be upbeat and catchy. I recently played the "Gypsy Caravan" CD and my
students complained loudly. However, by the end of class I noticed several
were moving to the beat! I always live by the philosophy that the students
"only like what they know" and therefore I try to expose them to new things.
They can listen to their stuff and the radio anytime...just not in my class.
 
Becky

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From: Jean Gallagher [mailto:jeanalice2@wyan.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2002 8:34 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: MUSIC in the art room

  

Rebecca Stone-Danahy wrote:

Someone from this list suggested the Putamaya music series and I invested in
several of them and they are awesome! I also love the Afro-Celtic sound
system which is also an awesome series of CD's.

Rebecca--where did you get them and what titles do you suggest? Thanks
Jean in Michigan

  
 

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