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Folk Songs – A Southern Artistry

Day
Friday, January 11, 2019
Time
7:45 AM - 8:45 AM
Venue
Tampa Convention Center
Room
16
Format
Movement/Hands-On
Topics
Elementary General Music
Grade Levels
Elementary
Sponsored By
FMEA
Handout(s):
Folk Songs: A Southern Artistry

Bring out the talent in your students with their performance of folk song gems! Create dances, accompany traditional melodies on ukulele and barred instruments, and improvise with folk instruments to create a spark that leads to artistry in your next performance.

Mrs. Sandy Lantz 

Edison Park Creative & Expressive Arts Elem.
retired

Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg are national board certified teachers who have taught elementary music in Florida for over 38 years. For the past 18 years, they have taught Orff-Schulwerk Level I teacher training courses sponsored by the Central Florida Orff Chapter, Stetson University, Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida International Univ. They have co-taught workshop sessions at National Orff Schulwerk conferences, as well as, numerous state music conferences throughout the US. Together they have written the books, “Drum It Up”, “Creative Bits with Children’s Lit” and “Strum It Up”.

Ms. Gretchen Wahlberg 

Veteran's Park Academy for the Arts
Retired

Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg are national board certified teachers who have taught elementary music in Florida for over 38 years. For the past 18 years, they have taught Orff-Schulwerk Level I teacher training courses sponsored by the Central Florida Orff Chapter, Stetson University, Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida International Univ. They have co-taught workshop sessions at National Orff Schulwerk conferences, as well as, numerous state music conferences throughout the US. Together they have written the books, “Drum It Up”, “Creative Bits with Children’s Lit” and “Strum It Up”.


Session Coordinator:
Michelle King





The FMEA Professional Development Conference and All-State Ensembles are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.