The Orff Echo Beegle, Amy Campbell, Patricia Shehan Research All Ages
The authors surveyed music educators about teaching music in a time of crisis. The study looks at questions about changes in lesson plans/performance, the reasons for the changes, and how they encouraged students to express understanding of events through music.
The Orff Echo Gadberry, David Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic Social/Emotional Learning All Ages
The Day of the Dead celebrations, associated with the Christian celebration of All Saints day, are prevalent in Mexico and Hispanic families and culture groups througout North America.
The Orff Echo Schuck, Celine Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
This article recounts Schuck's experience helping her students in Stuttgart, Germany create a Wayang- a Chinese opera.
The Orff Echo Woody, Linda Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
Woody discusses reasons to use folk songs in the Orff classroom.
The Orff Echo Hetrick, Pam AOSA Historical Significance All Ages
Norm Goldberg has contributed to AOSA and Orff Schulwerk for nearly 40 years. This article is based on Hetrick's interview with Goldberg.
The Orff Echo Goodkin, Doug Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
Goodkin interviews famous folk musician Jean Ritchie about her life and her music.
The Orff Echo Campbelle-Holman, Margaret Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
Campbelle-Holman discusses the many threads that led to the African American culture and it's music.
The Orff Echo Flowers, Patricia J. Research All Ages
Flowers explores the connections between language and music with implications for teaching.
The Orff Echo Weyman, Linda Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
Hawaiian music teacher, Linda Weynman describes the Polynesian origins, dance-accompanied chanting, and other traditions, that are the foundations of Hawaiian folk music.
The Orff Echo Spurgeon, Alan Multi-Cultural / Multi-Ethnic All Ages
A short list of Spurgeon's favorite folk songs for teaching children.