Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman - Music For Children (Schulwerk): Volume One album flac
|Nursery Rhymes And Songs|
|A1||Cuckoo, Where Are You?|
|A8||Little Tommy Tucker|
|A9||Wee Willie Winkie|
|A10||Bye, Baby Bunting|
|A11||Ring A Ring O' Roses|
|A12||Improvisations: I - II - III|
|A13||Tommy's Fallen In The Pond|
|A14||Tom Tom The Piper's Son|
|A15||My Little Pony Needs New Shoes|
|A16||The Baker Is Baking|
|A17||Trees And Flowers|
|A19||For Tuned Glasses, Glockenspiels And Violoncello Pizzicato|
|A20||For Glockenspiels And Timpani|
|Songs And Canons|
|A22||Farewell To The Old Year|
|A23||The Day Is Now Over|
|B1||A Small Hand Drum|
|B2||A Pair Of Big Barrel Drums And A Small Hand Drum|
|B3||A Piece In 3/4 Time For Hand Drums, Barrel Drums And Wood Block|
|B4||The Grand Old Duke Of York|
|B6||The Campbells Are Coming|
|B7||1. Melody Played On A Glockenspiel Over A Xylophone Ostinato|
|B8||2. Melody Played On A Glockenspiel Over A Xylophone Ostinato|
|B9||3. Melody Played On A Xylophone Over A Glockenspiel Ostinato|
|B10||4. Metallophone Solo Over A Glockenspiel And Xylophone Ostinato|
|B11||5. Glockenspiel Melody Over A Xylophone Ostinato|
|B12||6. Glockenspiel Melody Over A Xylophone Ostinato|
|B13||7. Glockenspiel Melody Over A Xylophone Ostinato|
|B14||8. Metallophone Melody Over Glockenspiel And Violincello Accompaniment|
|B15||9. Glockenspiel And Viola Da Gamba (Playing Harmonics)|
|B16||10. Glockenspiel, Viola Da Gamba And Whistling|
|B17||The Cuckoo Is A Clever Bird|
|B18||Where Are You Going To, My Pretty Maid?|
|B20||Old Angus McTavish|
|B22||Boomfallera / Curly Locks|
- Recorded By – E.M.I. Records Limited
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Published By – B. Schott's Söhne
- Adapted By [English Version], Translated By – Margaret Murray
- Chorus – The Chorus Of The Children's Opera Group
- Chorus Master [The Chorus Of The Children's Opera Group] – Margaret John
- Composed By – Carl Orff, Gunild Keetman
- Directed By – Carl Orff, Gunild Keetman, Walter Jellinek
- Ensemble – Speech Ensemble From Italia Conte School*
- Instruments – Studio 49
- Photography By – P. Keetman*
NotesOn Label, "Recording First Published 1958"
Released on solid blue label
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): XAX 1220-3N L
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): XAX 1221-5N GD
- Other (On Label): XAX.1220
- Other (On Label): XAX.1221
|CX 1549, 33CX 1549||Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman||Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman - Music For Children (Schulwerk): Volume One (LP)||Columbia, Columbia||CX 1549, 33CX 1549||UK||1958|
Music for Children (Schulwerk) Volume .
Music For Children (Schulwerk) - Студийный альбом от Carl Orff, Gunild Keetman. В альбом вошло 85 треков.
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On Label, "Recording First Published 1958". Matrix, Runout (Side 1): XAX 1220-3N L. Matrix, Runout (Side 2): XAX 1221-5N GD. Other (On Label): XA. 220.
Album · 2012 · 44 Songs. Three Instrumental Pieces (For glockenspiels, matallphones and Violoncello). By Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman - Children's Instrumental Ensemble. By Carl Orff, Gunild Keetman & Traditional - Chorus of the Children's Opera Group.
The German educator Gunild Keetman (5 June 1904, Elberfeld – 14 December 1990, Breitbrunn) was the primary originator of the approach to teaching music known as Orff Schulwerk. Keetman was responsible for most of the actual teaching that was done in the early stages of the movement, perhaps most prominently as the teacher for the radio and television broadcasts that popularized the Schulwerk throughout Germany in the 1950s.
Carl Orff and colleague Gunild Keetman co-composed much of the music for the five volume series, Music for Children. Music played on Orff instruments is often very simple and easy to play even for first time musicians. Some of the instruments within the approach include miniature xylophones, marimbas, glockenspiels, and metallophones; all of which have removable bars, resonating columns to project the sound, and are easily transported and stored.
Schulwerk, a collection of teaching pieces begun in 1930 and further extended in the 1950s, is a collaboration between Orff and colleague Gunild Keetman that celebrates the primacy of rhythm and pulse in our musical makeup and shows that educational music need never be dull. This disc, the first of a series that appeared in the centennial year of Orff's birth (1995), features performers who worked with the composer during his lifetime. Music for Children (Schulwerk) Audio CD. Carl Orff & Gunild.
Orff-Schulwerk: Music for Children (5 volumes). Over five decades, composer Carl Orff and colleague Gunild Keetman established a compendium of short didactic pieces that introduce basic musical concepts to very young children. Most of these involve simple rhythm instruments, such as clapping hands, but more often xylophones, glockenspiels, triangles, drums, and bells. This became the basis of the Orff program, although pieces would continue to be added for nearly 30 more years.
Orff Schulwerk: Music for Children (5 volumes) by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman, English Trans. by Margaret Murray (Mainz: Schott Music International, 1950-1954, 1966). Volume 1: In pentatonic space Volume 2: Major: bordun patterns Volume 3: Major: dominants Volume 4: Minor: bordun patterns Volume 5: Minor: dominants Paralipomena (additional material). Compositions by Carl Orff. 1930: Entrata 1932: Cantus Firmus Sätze 1937: Carmina Burana 1939: Der Mond 1943: Die Kluge 1947: Die Bernauerin 1949: Antigonae 1953: Astutuli 1953: Trionfodi Afrodite 1968: Prometheus.