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Joy in the Experience of Music
Here are some scenes of students learning an assortment of thinking skills with singing, experimenting with sound and playing musical instruments. Roll your cursor over each photo to read another caption.
If you can make a sound on a tube in this way, then you will also be able to play the Pan Flute! These children came to ask me if I would sing some songs with them when I played for a birthday party.
Here students are experimenting with a column of air.
Children automatically gather around a musical instrument, especially when it is made to look like fun!
We made a huge rainstick.  With imagination and determination, anything can become a musical instrument.
Children experience greater self-esteem when they make things for themselves.
A scene from our Instrument-Building class.
I can still remember the joy the children experienced when they made these instruments.


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