Archive for Music
Summer vacation has begun for me….this means time to do some things that have been much less plausible during a busy year of study and teaching. I’ve had to place my blog postings by the wayside, and am now looking forward to offering a few reflections. A few weeks ago, Mike Marcionetti […]
This post links to a download of a presentation keynote, specifically on Colombian and Cuban drumming traditions.
The third video in a set of three.
A brief pondering of the value one’s relationship with art, and of the value of “recipes.”
For the first time, music therapists have a resource that connects them to the rich musical heritage that has given us the most-used instrumental category in the field.
In our first submission to the MTD site video series, Kalani introduced the axatse (ah-hah’-tsay), a gourd shaker originating with the Ewe people of Ghana (click here to see that video.) There are many similar gourd shakers, as well as many other types of gourd shakers, scrapers, drums, and other instruments. Gourd instruments are often […]
Here is the first in a video series of 3.
Here is part 3 in the frame drum accompaniment series, with Carolyn Koebel.
Here is Carolyn Koebel offering the second video in a series on frame drum accompaniment!