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Body Percussion on Vimeo

Body Percussion on Vimeo

These charts include three types of body percussion (stomp, pat, clap) arranged in three-line staff notation. The patterns are all my original compositions in the style of Orff/Keetman. Exercises are in duple, triple, and compound meter and include quarter note, eighth note and sixteenth note rhythmic values.

These charts include three types of body percussion (stomp, pat, clap) arranged in three-line staff notation. The patterns are all my original compositions in the style of Orff/Keetman. Exercises are in duple, triple, and compound meter and include quarter note, eighth note and sixteenth note rhythmic values.

O For Tuna Orff: body percussion

O For Tuna Orff: body percussion

Body percussion warm ups - YouTube

Body percussion warm ups - YouTube

Pass the rhythm around the circle and add some in as you go till you are playing 2 or 3 rhythms at the same time... great for getting the the kids to focus and listen!

Pass the rhythm around the circle and add some in as you go till you are playing 2 or 3 rhythms at the same time... great for getting the the kids to focus and listen!

DIDACMUSICA: MARCHA RADETZKY

DIDACMUSICA: MARCHA RADETZKY

samba rhythm!

samba rhythm!

This is a free printable for my body percussion card sets. This printable as well as the cards contain the basic four body percussion activities SNAP, PAT, CLAP, and STOMP.The cards can be used to introduce body percussion or as a visual reminder in students' folders.

This is a free printable for my body percussion card sets. This printable as well as the cards contain the basic four body percussion activities SNAP, PAT, CLAP, and STOMP.The cards can be used to introduce body percussion or as a visual reminder in students' folders.

“I heard the bells on Christmas day, their old familiar carols play...” What do Longfellow, the Civil War, and Jesus have to do with this classic Christmas hymn? Learn the meaning behind this song!

“I heard the bells on Christmas day, their old familiar carols play...” What do Longfellow, the Civil War, and Jesus have to do with this classic Christmas hymn? Learn the meaning behind this song!

NEW! Hymn for Christmas Day Christmas Carol

NEW! Hymn for Christmas Day Christmas Carol