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Rhythm & Movement in Beginning Piano Study (from The Beginner Course)

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Course Description

Rhythm & Movement in Beginning Piano Study offers teachers practical pedagogy for the teaching of rhythm and the use of movement activities with beginning piano students.

This is a fully online course comprised of video and written materials from The Beginner Course: Establishing Strong Foundations for Young Pianists, a comprehensive course offered by the Frances Clark Center. The full course is available in self-guided and facilitated versions at https://www.claviercompanion.com/courses

This is is a self-guided micro-course. Reflection questions serve as a way to reflect on the material as well as your own teaching and performing experiences. You will not respond to these questions on the platform, but you may wish to complete the activities for your own personal use.

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Session 1: Rhythm & Movement (December 3, 2020)
How to integrate movement into private lessons. Compare and contrast counting systems
14 lessons
1. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 1
2. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 2
3. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 3
4. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 4
5. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 5
6. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 6
7. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 7
8. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 8
9. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 9
10. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 10
11. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 11
12. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 12
13. Lecture by Lesley McAllister, Part 13
14. Transcript of McAllister Lecture (PDF)
Session 2: Movement Activities (December 10, 2020)
Video demonstrations of movement activities
5 lessons
1. Steady Pulse with Diana Dumlavwalla
2. Ball Passing with Angela Triandafillou
3. Meter with Inflection with Rebecca Pennington
4. Meter Comparisons with Angela Triandafillou
5. Compound Meter with Amy Glennon
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Students are responsible for maintaining their own devices and internet connection. This course requires the following technical abilities:

● Internet connection (sufficient for video streaming) for accessing the course website

● Navigate the course website, clicking links, and downloading files

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Copyright

All materials in this course are the property of the Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy, Piano Teach Learn, unless otherwise indicated. Any use or sharing of this material beyond the scope of this course is prohibited.

Publisher Permissions

Thank you to the following publishers for permission to use their teaching materials in this course:

  • Alfred Music Publishing
  • Faber Piano Adventures
  • FJH Music
  • Piano Safari