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Posted by lbbartolomeo on January 1, 2015

I’ve taught different pieces of “world” music, done basic drumming, gone to a few seminars (World Music Drumming with Will Schmid), but never taught an ongoing world music class!  Starting January 2015, I will be teaching world music classes to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.  Here you will find everything that I’m using in my class.

Resources

Notation of patterns from different countries HERE.

Kurry Seymour, public school world music teacher, HERE.

Zimbabwe Shona Music Info and Notation, HERE.

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