Drip, Drop, Pitter, Patter, and Explore! Spring is in the air, or so we hope! The weather is often a topic of conversation, and the sounds of spring offer a wonderful opportunity to sing, say, dance and play in the music classroom. Music educators usually agree that some important goals for the youngest learners through…

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instrument storage

The Active Music and Movement Classroom: So Much Fun “in Store!” Drue M. Bullington A glimpse into one teacher’s answer to the challenges of having students manage the use and storage of a variety of instruments in an active elemental music and movement classroom. One of the best things about being a classroom music teacher…

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labeling storage

In this episode of Instrument Repair Hospital, “Dr. Lissa” shows us how to label and store Orff instruments. Her method ensures that your bars remain with the instrument they came with while being transported or stored. Take good care of your Studio 49 Orff Instruments for their long lasting health and great sound! Materials: – Address…

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buzzing

In this episode of Instrument Repair Hospital, “Dr. Lissa” shows us how to heal a glockenspiel with a buzzing resonator box. Take good care of your Studio 49 Orff Instruments for their long lasting health and great sound! Materials: – Wood glue – Rag

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