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    Tales and Tunes Units (Primary, Junior, Intermediate)


    The Tales and Tunes units each include 5 lessons that work through the creative process and engages critical analysis as outlined in the ministry of education’s curriculum documents. The unit can be taught by both new and experienced music educators; experienced music educators are encouraged to incorporate the suggested extensions included in the lessons themselves, […]

    Elementary Unit Plans
    • 2021 Con Fuoco

    Con Fuoco Conference Handouts

    Music Technology Solutions For All Ages John Mlynczak Music Rehearsal Concepts: Rehearsing a Phrase to Excellence Richard Saucedo Saucedo_Music Rehearsal Concepts- Rehearsing a Phrase to Excellence! Con Fuoco 2021 Expanding the Musical Canon: Achieving Equity and Diversity through a Critical Examination of the String Repertoire Andrew Kizas Andrew_Kizas_Expanding_The_Musical_Canon Crazy for Classics! Chris Marti Marti_Chris_CrazyforClassics Snare […]

    Conference Handouts
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