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Move with the Motion - Webinar Notes

Move with the Motion - Webinar Notes

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Susie Davies-Splitter

November 22, 2021
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  1. © Welcome to Music - Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter

    www.welcometomusic.net pg. 1 Website: Facebook: YouTube: Move with the Motion Webinar notes Presented by Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed.) A series of Orff-based lessons
  2. 'Move with the Motion' www.welcometomusic.net pg. 2 Index Page 3

    Page 4 Page 5&6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 8 Page 9 Page 9 Page 9 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 11 Page 11 Page 11 Page 11 Page 12&13 Page 14&15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21&22 Page 23 Page 24 About Susie & Phil Webinar Goals The 'Orff Schulwerk' approach Lyrics Notation - melody & Equipment Dance instructions Notation accompaniment with teacher notes including: Bass Xylophone & Metallophone ostinato Glockenspiel ostinato Shaker, drum ostinati Ukulele chord chart More teacher's notes Melody and music notation Graphic and number notation Improvisation Arrange, rehearse and perform Shapes and symbols notation Chinese number notation Phrase cards for section A Phrase cards for section B Bass xylophone xylo sheet Metallophone xylo sheet Glockenspiel xylo sheet Assessment Ideas Welcome to Music Early Childhood Courses Welcome to Music Membership © Welcome to Music - Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter Website: Facebook: YouTube:
  3. About Susie & Phil www.welcometomusic.net pg. 3 © Welcome to

    Music - Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter Website: Facebook: YouTube: We are music educators, musicians, performers, composers AND husband and wife and have been together since 1989!! We have 3 grown up kids between us, one gorgeous daughter in law and our beautiful lockdown kitten, Molly!! Our business is called ’Welcome to Music’ – building confidence and creativity through music. For many years now, we have been composing songs and creating resources for educators to make their job easy and fun! Our goal is to enrich lives through the joy of music - whether it's working with little kids, big kids, adults or those in aged care. To do this we use a multi modal, multi sensory, whole body and Orff-based approach to help make the learning stick! We believe that everyone can be a successful musical participant regardless of age or background.
  4. Webinar Goals www.welcometomusic.net pg. 4 © Welcome to Music -

    Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter Website: Facebook: YouTube: Movement and dance with leaders (3-8 years) Orff arrangement for non-melodic and melodic percussion instruments Improvisation for voice, recorder and percussion instruments Ukulele accompaniment Vocal harmonies Found sounds and games Techniques - imitation, pentatonic melody, ostinato, canon, rondo, whole song method Teaching manipulatives – an introduction to music reading through melody shapes and symbols, number notation and xylo sheets Assessment This song and dance activity will be the basis of a series of lessons including: For ages 7-9 years
  5. www.welcometomusic.net pg. 5 © Welcome to Music - Susie Davies-Splitter

    & Phil Splitter Website: Facebook: YouTube: The 'Orff Schulwerk' approach “Every phase of Schulwerk will always provide stimulation for new independent growth; therefore it is never conclusive and settled, but always developing, always growing, always flowing.” Carl Orff Orff, Carl: “Orff-Schulwerk: Past & Future” (1963) Sing Say Move Dance Play Listen Whole body Multi Modal Multi Sensory
  6. www.welcometomusic.net pg. 6 © Welcome to Music - Susie Davies-Splitter

    & Phil Splitter Website: Facebook: YouTube: Features of the approach Imitation Echo Ostinato Canon (a round) Rondo Whole song method Pentatonic scales Question and answer Call and response Bordun Improvisation at every opportunity Techniques used: The person is at the centre The social dimension – working within the group Music as an integral concept The instruments are inclusive and do not have technical obstacles The form as a ‘process’ - the work process and the artistic results have the same importance. Creativity in improvisation and composition Adaptability of Orff Schulwerk – can be assimilated in all education fields and in different cultures Seven principals of Orff Schulwerk Barbara Haselbach, Wolfgang Hartman, Orff Schulwerk Forum, 2013 Join an Orff Association in your city or country ANCOS - Australian National Council of Orff Schulwerk
  7. Lyrics © Welcome to Music www.welcometomusic.net pg. 7 Verse -

    A section Steppin’ in and steppin’ out Wriggle, round and round Wave your arms in the air Now let’s turn around Chorus - B section Move with the motion, off you go Zip bap bobbity boo Move with the motion, let it show Zip bap, that’ll do © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  8. © Welcome to Music pg. 4 www.welcometomusic.net 2 x sticks

    (claves or mallets) per person Melody shapes and symbol notation cards Chinese number notation cards 3 x paper xylo sheets Instruments – recorders, ukuleles and various Equipment percussion instruments Dance with the recording Section A Imitate the actions and movements Section B Invite dancing leaders – 8 in total Spotify, Apple Music and ITunes –search Susie Davies- Splitter & Phil Splitter Vocal and backing tracks available on Beat Street Hear this piece on: © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter pg. 8.
  9. © Welcome to Music pg. 9 www.welcometomusic.net Say then sing

    each ostinato Add solfa with hand signs Hand out a paper xylo sheet for each part and 2 sticks per person Use the sticks to play each part on the paper xylo sheets Sing the words then the note names Transfer to instruments – xylophone, metallophone and glockenspiel Say each part and put the rhythm on your body Transfer to instruments Bass, harmony and colour part accompaniment Shaker and drum part accompaniment Ukulele accompaniment Play the Em, C and G chord ostinato for more advanced players To hear all the instrument parts, see the animation video on YouTube Accompaniment - ostinati (repeated patterns) © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  10. © Welcome to Music www.welcometomusic.net Em / C / I

    G / / / :II Ukulele chord chart Ukulele chord chart Play all the way through Play an ostinato - a repeated pattern pg. 10 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  11. Melody and music notation Sing, play on a recorder or

    other instrument Read the traditional music notation Graphic and number notation Introduce the cards for the ‘Melody shapes and symbol notation’ and ‘Chinese number notation’ as jigsaw puzzles comprising 8 cards for each (one for each phrase) which both clearly demonstrate the rhythm and pitch. Students are asked to rearrange the cards to complete the melody without talking Improvisation – over notes from an E lah pentatonic scale – E G A B D E Improvise vocally, on recorder, xylophone, glockenspiel and other instruments Arrange, rehearse and perform In small groups, create a rondo form with melody, accompaniment and improvisation © Welcome to Music www.welcometomusic.net pg. 11 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
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  18. www.welcometomusic.net 'Move with the Motion' - Bass Xylophone ostinato G

    pg. 18 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  19. www.welcometomusic.net 'Move with the Motion' - Metallophone ostinato B G

    pg. 19 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  20. www.welcometomusic.net 'Move with the Motion' - Glockenspiel ostinato G A

    B pg. 20 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  21. © Welcome to Music www.welcometomusic.net Assessment ideas Assessment ideas Procedure

    – with the recorded music, all follow the steps in section A. After lots of modelling from the teacher, each student has a turn to make up their own moves for the B/C/D/E sections – it goes through 8 times. Come out of the circle so you can observe and record their movement improvisation marking 1,2 or 3 besides each name. You may have to play the piece twice one week and again the following week to get through all the students. Video if possible and observe. 2.Playing the melody and rhythm on recorder using the notes DEGA&B (section A or B) - Grades 3 & 4 assessment 1.Movement improvisation Foundation (first year of school), grades 1 and 2 Procedure – There are 8 x section As and section Bs in the piece. Have 2 students play one section each with the recording to get through 16 students at a time. Video if possible and observe. pg. 21 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  22. © Welcome to Music www.welcometomusic.net Assessment ideas Assessment ideas 3.Recorder

    improvisation using notes DEGA&B - Grades 3 & 4 assessment 4.Playing the melody and rhythm of the bass, harmony or colour parts on melodic percussion using the notes DEGA&B Grades 3 & 4 assessment Procedure – divide the class into groups of approx. 4 and allocate an ostinato to each group – bass, harmony and colour part Layer in the entries to get through 12 students at a time Video if possible and observe pg. 22 © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter