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June Songs

All June songs can also be found in our YouTube June Playlist. Song List: 1. Improvisation 2. Rounds 3. Playing bells from staff 4. Dance expression to music of Mozart, Beethoven, Prokfiev, Gershwin 5. Music of Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, Australia, Russia, North America, India 6. Solfege 7. Drum echo, and improvisation 8. O […]

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May Songs

These May songs can also be found in our YouTube May Playlist. Song List: Bombalalom Hello Down by the Bay Frère Jacques Scotland’s Burning Jazz Row your Boat   May Songs Most of the new lesson topics are based on notation. We suggest you explore these new songs to continue the musical development and expansion […]

19Apr
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Audio: I Hear the Mill Wheel

  This song covers three important musical concepts: beat, rhythm, and phrasing. Students are tapping along with the beat, but also criss-crossing for faster rhythms. Students change between this action and slow, wide-spread arms to represent different types of phrases. This song can be an introduction to group musicianship, as the group can be divided […]

12Mar
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June Tips

Here are some June Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. Rounds Singing rounds is an activity children enjoy and should be introduced towards the end of the school year. The children should be very comfortable in singing the songs, on pitch, with accurate beat before attempting to sing in round. A round is a […]

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May Tips

Here are some May Tips from the creator of Montessori Mozarts. Montessori based her teaching philosophy on establishing a concrete basis of knowledge before introducing abstract concepts. This belief is directly compatible with the now popular sound-before-symbol teaching process in which the child experiences music aurally, kinesthetically, and orally first, before labeling and reading its […]

08Mar
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Montessori Mozarts Curriculum

Montessori Mozarts Curriculum “The secret of good teaching is to regard the child’s intelligence as a fertile field in which seeds may be sown, to grow under the heat of flaming imagination.” M. Montessori A well documented program demonstrating the need for music to be treated as a basic and integral part of every young […]