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ALL-STATE CONCERT: All-State Elementary Orff Ensemble

Day
Friday, January 11, 2019
Time
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue
Tampa Convention Center
Room
Ballroom A
Format
All-State
Topics
Grade Levels
Sponsored By
FEMEA

Literature will be selected from:

Moon Canon/ In the Night Sky, Cyndee Giebler (not published)

Everyone Come Out to Play, Carl Orff, arr. Keetman (Schott) Music for Children, Volume II p. 74 #1

Circle 'Round the Moon, Mark Hierholzer arr. Giebler (Colla Voce Music)

March Sap Moon Poem, K. Smith/ M. Przybylowski (not published)

Night, Carl Orff, arr. Keetman (Schott) Music for Children, Volume II p.58

Fast Dance, Slagel, arr.Giebler (Schott) Music for Children, Volume II American Edition p. 166 #215

Kanon 19, Gunild Keetman (Schott) Spielbuch II p. 18 #19

September Moon, Cyndee Giebler (Schott)

By The Moon We Sport and Play, Carl Orff arr. Keetman (Schott) Music for Children Volume V p. 2 #2

Full Moonlight Dance, Karen Beth, arr. Giebler (Libana (out of print))



Cyndee Giebler 

Cyndee Giebler lives and teaches in northeast Wisconsin. She is a graduate of the University Of Wisconsin, received her Master’s Degree from the University of St. Thomas, and received the first Barbara Potter Scholarship for study at the Orff Institut in Salzburg, Austria. In addition to teaching, she enjoys composing and arranging music for classroom use, children’s chorus, strings, and beginning band.

Michelle Przybylowski 

Michelle Fella Przybylowski, B.S, M.Ed., NBCT, Orff Schulwerk Certification, AOSA Teacher Educator, Choral Music Experience Teacher Education, and Kodaly Certification. Michelle has been teaching music at Cheltenham Elementary School; K-4 General Music Teacher for the past 27 years of the total 36 years in education. Michelle has served the American Orff Schulwerk Editorial Board for The Orff Echo, National Board of Trustee member, and past Trustee for The American Center For Elemental Music. Michelle is presently the Course Director for the UARTS @ Villanova Orff Teacher Education Program and Level I, II & III, Teacher Educator for AOSA Teacher Education Certification Program; Level II & III instructor at Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio and University of Hawai’i, Adjunct Senior Professor for the University of the Arts. The Cheltenham Elementary Music Ensemble, under Michelle’s direction, performed at the opening Ceremony of the American Orff Schulwerk National Conference in Atlantic City, 2016. “Sailing the Seven C’s.” Michelle also presents for workshops across the nation. Michelle’s major instrument is harp. Michelle is the wife of Ted, the mother of 3 children and 4 grandchildren.


Session Coordinator:
Holly Mullenix





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.