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RHYTHMIC ETUDES FOR BALLET STUDENTS By TARKAN SONGUR
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There are some rhythmic music notations which helps dance and ballet students for developping their understanding of rhythmic appreciation and aural appreciation
Zoo Dance By J. R. Poulter
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The animals are in party mode in this humorous look at the fun to be had with friends enjoying dance. The poem celebrates the joys of group activity and dance as healthy, rhythmic exercise that... More > encourages interaction, innovativeness and self expression. J.R.Poulter's fun verse plus Jade Pott's lively illustrations get everyone in the mood to groove!!!!!!< Less
Zoo Dance By J. R. Poulter
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The animals are in party mode in this humorous look at the fun to be had with friends enjoying dance. The poem celebrates the joys of group activity and dance as healthy, rhythmic exercise that... More > encourages interaction, innovativeness and self expression. J.R.Poulter's fun verse plus Jade Pott's lively illustrations get everyone in the mood to groove!!!!!!< Less
I LOVE TO SING AND DANCE By J. HALE TURNER
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I LOVE TO SING AND DANCE can only draw its readers to do just that. Children will happily join in the rhythmic beat of the drummers and their dancers.
Five African Dances By Godwin Sadoh
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The 5 African Dances was composed between June 11 and 23, 2007, in Memphis, Tennessee. It is a collection of 5 pieces based on distinct Nigerian folk melodies and traditional rhythmic patterns, with... More > the exception of “Tribute to Highlife,” “Ijo Faaji,” and “Palongo,” which are original in conception and realization. African music could be conceptualize from various parameters: dance, communication, social, political, economical, ritual, utilitarian, organology, melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, theoretical framework, creative and performance procedures, religious, and linguistic perspectives. The 5 African Dances celebrate and demonstrate significant aspects of African music through the use of tuneful melodies, repetitions, simplicity, call-and-response technique, harmonic organization, scale system, traditional creative procedures and irresistible dance rhythms. In addition, this work is a true summation of intercultural creativity–the amalgamation of Western idioms with African idioms.< Less
THREE DANCES FOR PIANO - Sadoh By Godwin Sadoh
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The first 2 pieces in 3 Dances for Piano were composed on Nov. 11, 2001. These pieces were inspired by Nigerian socio-cultural ideations. The first movement Atilogwu Dance is reminiscent of the... More > music played for the performances of the Atilogwu Dancers among the Igbo of southeast Nigeria. The piece is built upon interplay of duple and triple meters. The Beggar’s Chant is a recreation of songs often performed by blind beggars as they plead for coins on the streets of Lagos where I was born and raised. The famous African call-and-response technique permeates the entire piece between the left hand and right hand. Yungbayungba was composed on December 14, 1994. It was submitted as a term paper project for the graduate seminar in Creative Ethnomusicology, at the University of Pittsburgh. It is an original work built on the rhythmic patterns introduced in the first two measures of the piece. The middle section is an ostinato passage. The piece is exclusively based on pentatonic scale: C, D, E, G, and A.< Less
THREE DANCES FOR PIANO - Sadoh By Godwin Sadoh
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The first 2 pieces in 3 Dances for Piano were composed on Nov. 11, 2001. These pieces were inspired by Nigerian socio-cultural ideations. The first movement Atilogwu Dance is reminiscent of the... More > music played for the performances of the Atilogwu Dancers among the Igbo of southeast Nigeria. The piece is built upon interplay of duple and triple meters. The Beggar’s Chant is a recreation of songs often performed by blind beggars as they plead for coins on the streets of Lagos where I was born and raised. The famous African call-and-response technique permeates the entire piece between the left hand and right hand. Yungbayungba was composed on December 14, 1994. It was submitted as a term paper project for the graduate seminar in Creative Ethnomusicology, at the University of Pittsburgh. It is an original work built on the rhythmic patterns introduced in the first two measures of the piece. The middle section is an ostinato passage. The piece is exclusively based on pentatonic scale: C, D, E, G, and A.< Less
Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids By Susan Kramer
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For grades K-12. This manual includes 16 rhythmic dance steps illustrated and described; 9 little dances; 18 sequencing combinations; and 4 advanced group dances - for learning kinesthetically about... More > basic math, sequencing, and language phrasing and rhythms. Fulfills many of the US Arts in Education requirements. Can be adapted for special needs students. The basic motor skills described and illustrated make this a useful text for parents and teachers. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 100 pages.< Less
Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids By Susan Kramer
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For grades K-12. This manual includes 16 rhythmic dance steps illustrated and described; 9 little dances; 18 sequencing combinations; and 4 advanced group dances - for learning kinesthetically about... More > basic math, sequencing, and language phrasing and rhythms. Fulfills many of the US Arts in Education requirements. Can be adapted for special needs students. The basic motor skills described and illustrated make this a useful text for parents and teachers. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 100 pages.< Less
Folk Dance for a Percussion Ensemble of Four Players By Godwin Sadoh
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Folk Dance is written for a percussion ensemble of four players. The idea behind the music was to create African rhythmic patterns for a limited number of instruments to reminisce traditional dance... More > music. Each individual player is assigned specific patterns to be realized on two to three instruments. The entire piece is based on three basic rhythmic cells. All other rhythmic patterns are derivations, elongations, or permutations on these three cells.< Less