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1. Music listening in early childhood education + CD
Teresa Malagarriga, Asumpta Valls
This work presents a selection of didactic proposals to work on musical audition with children aged 0 and 6. Based on the classic works of various authors, different activities are collected that reflect, in a practical way, how to work on hearing with children in Early Childhood Education, in accordance with the global and very exhaustive approach of the value of music education at this stage .
2. Learning to compose + CD
This work presents a selection of didactic proposals to work on musical audition with children aged 0 and 6. From the classic works of various authors, different activities are collected that reflect, in a practical way, how to work on hearing with children in Early Childhood Education, in accordance with the global and very exhaustive approach of the value of music education at this stage .
3. History of music for children
Hans-Günter Heumann, Monika Heumann
When Clara arrives at the house of her friend Federico's grandparents to spend a vacation, she cannot imagine how much she will learn in those days. Federico's grandfather is an expert in musical themes and, when he was young, he was lucky enough to be gifted by one of his teachers a time machine with which to magically and easily navigate to any previous historical moment. This is how the two children meet in person the great musicians of the past.
Also this entertaining and fun book is a time machine that allows readers to take a journey through the history of music from cavemen to the Beatles. Rich in illustrations, it shows us not only essential data and names of the great composers (from Adam de la Halle and Vivaldi to Mahler and Gershwin), but also that music has always been present in the lives of human beings.
4. Musical intelligence + CD
Ferrer Filipoto Orchestra
Every touch, every image, every sound stimulates the brain of babies. During the first three years of life, more than 125 million neurons are activated and each new stimulus reinforces the connections that are established between them. It is a powerful educational tool as it activates processes that affect the entire nervous system and stimulates the two cerebral hemispheres. Apart from the many benefits that it brings to the child in terms of intellectual, verbal and motor development, music provides him with an effort learning as a metaphor for adult life in which to achieve his goals he will have to strive and learn by making mistakes.
5. Music therapy. Self-transformation through music
In this work, which also includes practical exercises, the author explains how to make good use of music in our daily lives; how to make it truly become a part of our living experience; or how to let it penetrate our soul so that we can become One with the tones, rhythm, harmony and cadence of the melodies that we compose, perform or listen to. Music is applied successfully in most modern therapies, and music therapy (encompassed within the so-called creative therapies) is in itself, in addition, an extraordinary tool for personal transformation.
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