Join us for our SPRING SEMESTER!
Featuring TAMBOURINE Collection
The Center for Music and Young Children (CMYC) has developed nine non-sequential song collections, each characterized by its own graphic, color, and instrument. These collections each include a recording and songbook and are designed to be used one collection per semester. The collections are not sequential. A family can begin Music Together®® classes at any time with any collection. Each family enrolled in the program takes home a beautifully illustrated songbook and two cd's each semester.
The music is pitched in just the right range for children’s voices and includes songs, rhythmic chants, tonal and rhythm patterns, and instrumental play-alongs, all in a rich variety of tonalities and meters. Original songs and arrangements by the program coauthors make these collections especially unique. Each of the nine Music Together Song Collections also includes traditional american folk songs and chants, music from many other cultures, always including at least one song per collection in another language. Outstanding instrumentalists play a variety of instruments, such as guitar, bass, flutes, keyboards, and percussion. And all of the songs are suitable for mixed-age groups, perfect for childcare centers or families with children of different ages.
Music Together's song collections are research-based and artistically conceived and produced. They are also classroom- and family-tested. Since 1987, the feedback of hundreds of teachers and thousands of families has been incorporated into these constantly evolving materials.
Enjoy this playlist for a sample of Music Together songs.
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Our 10 - Week SPRING SEMESTER 2016 will feature the TAMBOURINE Music Collection.
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