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Re:[teacherartexchange] Music in the Art room

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mcartola_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Thu Oct 06 2011 - 03:04:39 PDT


John Bayless has a great jazz CD with each track inspired by a
different color. I've played it for kids and had them try to guess
the color that inspired him.

On Oct 6, 2011, at 3:00 AM, TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group digest
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> TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Wednesday, October 05, 2011.
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> 1. RE: Music in the artroom K-5
> 2. RE: Music in the artroom K-5
> 3. music in the artroom
> 4. Re: music in the artroom
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> Subject: RE: Music in the artroom K-5
> From: "Strandberg, Debra" <dstrandberg@mwisd.net>
> Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 08:11:08 -0500
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> I use pianist Jim Brickman for 4th, 5th and 6th grade art...more to
> the classical side, but his has many collections...
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> From: Fran Legman [fran.legman@gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 10:14 PM
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> Subject: [teacherartexchange] Music in the artroom K-5
>
> Any suggestions for music for K-5?
> Jazz, classical and popular (esp for 5th grade)?
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> Subject: RE: Music in the artroom K-5
> From: "Amy Broady" <ABroady@comcast.net>
> Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 09:57:34 -0400
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>
> Greg Percy is great to have on hand...fun tunes that teach kids
> about art
> concepts and artists. Fairly lively in a variety of styles. I love the
> "Picasso Polka," "Pop Andy" (about Andy Warhol), and "Where's the
> Tiger?"
> (about Rouseau).
> If you are not familiar with him, he has 5 DVDs called Songs in the
> Key of
> Art (Volumes 1-5). You can also get the lyrics.
> Here's a link to his website:
> http://www.songsinthekeyofart.com/
>
> For peaceful background music, I play the Native American flute
> music of
> Rick Roberts, who is one of the co-creators of Zentangle.
> (www.zentangle.com). Rick not only recorded the music, but he
> himself made
> the flute on which he performs!
>
> Instrumental Celtic tunes are another favorite.
>
> I also love the ukulele music of Jake Shimabukuru. I only have one
> CD of
> his; I don't know if he has other albums, but the one I play often is
> "(peace sign) (heart) ukulele"
>
> The Relaxation Company has lots of got soft, relaxing soundtracks. I
> bought
> a bunch of them when Borders was closing...40% off music is hard for
> me to
> resist. (Moment of silence here in fond memory of Borders. I feel
> the void.)
>
> Speaking of good deals, I found some good classical soundtracks at
> Tuesday
> Morning for good prices.
>
> Sorry to ramble on...I love having music in the background of my art
> room!
> Amy in TN
>
>
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> Subject: music in the artroom
> From: ruth campbell <campbellruthscott@yahoo.com>
> Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 17:51:41 -0700 (PDT)
> X-Message-Number: 3
>
> re: music in the artroom ( K-12)
>
> Here's a tip==
> If you google ITunes, open it and select Radio from the Menu, it
> opens to all
> genres== I often select Classical, which then opens to tons of radio
> station
> sub list choices; "calm radio" offerings are my frequent choice esp.
> " piano and guitar solos" great-- no commercials,
> no lyrics= I always choose specifically instrumental stations.
>
> In the initial list of genres you can find ambient, new age, jazz,
> techno,
> and many, many more.
> I keep the icon on my desktop, and open it first thing when I get to
> school. Haunting and eerie ones for the spooky season.
> Enjoy!
> R
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> Subject: Re: music in the artroom
> From: Gayle Parent <gayleparent@gmail.com>
> Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 20:35:22 -0700
> X-Message-Number: 4
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>
>
> Wow, what a helpful email! Thank you!
>
> Gayle
>
>
> On Oct 5, 2011, at 5:51 PM, ruth campbell wrote:
>
>> re: music in the artroom ( K-12)
>>
>> Here's a tip==
>> If you google ITunes, open it and select Radio from the Menu, it
>> opens to all
>> genres== I often select Classical, which then opens to tons of
>> radio station
>> sub list choices; "calm radio" offerings are my frequent choice
>> esp.
>> " piano and guitar solos" great-- no commercials,
>> no lyrics= I always choose specifically instrumental stations.
>>
>> In the initial list of genres you can find ambient, new age, jazz,
>> techno,
>> and many, many more.
>> I keep the icon on my desktop, and open it first thing when I get to
>> school. Haunting and eerie ones for the spooky season.
>> Enjoy!
>> R
>>
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