Music Learning Theory

ELEMENTARY GENERAL

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THE GENERAL MUSIC SERIES

Our sequential, research-based K–8 general music series offers groundbreaking educational power, convenience, and affordability.
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  • Is based on how children learn music, rather than how it has always been taught
  • Can be used with ease by teachers of any methodological background

  • Focuses on helping children learn to audiate and become independent, creative musicians
  • Allows teachers to adapt all lessons to meet the needs of individual children
  • Incorporates outstanding folk repertoire from all over the world
  • Conforms to the National Standards - Includes comprehensive lesson plans for each song and activity
  • Features high-quality CD recordings of every song
  • Contains four components for each grade: a full-color, hardcover student book; a spiral-bound teacher resource guide with lesson plans, indexes, and scope and sequence information; a complete set of recordings on compact disc; and a piano accompaniment book
Currently we have resources available for K through 4 general music—grades 5 through 8 are currently in development.

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KINDERGARTEN THROUGH FOURTH GRADE

Together Again in Harmony
Together Again in Harmony

Combining Orff Schulwerk and Music Learning Theory
Diane M. Lange

OTHER JUMP RIGHT IN RESOURCES

LEARNING SEQUENCE ACTIVITIES

RECORDER

Additional Elementary General Resources

The Ways Children Learn Music
The Ways Children Learn Music

An Introduction and Practical Guide to Music Learning Theory
Eric M. Bluestine
Learning Sequences in Music - 2012 edition
Learning Sequences in Music - 2012 edition

A Contemporary Music Learning Theory
Edwin E. Gordon
Preparatory Audiation, Audiation, and Music Learning Theory
Preparatory Audiation, Audiation, and Music Learning Theory

A Handbook of a Comprehensive Music Learning Sequence
Edwin E. Gordon
Together in Harmony
Together in Harmony

Combining Orff Schulwerk and Music Learning Theory
Diane M. Lange
Buffalo Music Learning Theory
Buffalo Music Learning Theory

Resolutions and Beyond
Edwin E. Gordon
The Aural / Visual Experience of Music Literacy
The Aural / Visual Experience of Music Literacy

Reading and Writing Music Notation
Edwin E. Gordon
Improvisation in the Music Classroom
Improvisation in the Music Classroom

Sequential Learning
Edwin E. Gordon