This episode was recorded live at the Wisconsin State Music Educator's Conference! This episode features two different songs as well as stories from music teachers around the state. Thanks for listening!
One music teacher speaks about the Christmas Festival at Carthage College in Kenosha. For more information about Christmas Fest, visit https://www.carthage.edu/events/christmas-festival/.
Thanks for listening to the Bluejay Beat! You will hear fifth grade students perform two different rounds during this episode. We practice making music in a round so students can experience creating harmony. We create harmony in fifth grade music to prepare students to join band, orchestra, and choir at the middle school!
I presented at the Wisconsin Music Educators Association. My session was about podcasting in the general music classroom. This episode is a summary of my presentation for music teachers. I talk about the history of the Bluejay Beat, why I love podcasting, and how we produce our podcast at Riverside. If anyone wants to talk more about podcasting, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This episode includes an arrangement of "The Darby Ram," arranged by Vivian M. Caputo. We share our recording of her arrangement with Mrs. Caputo's permission. You will also hears sneak peaks of two other program songs, "Old House" and "The Old Brass Wagon." Enjoy!
Thanks for listening to the Bluejay Beat! In this episode, you wil hear Riverside's fifth grade singing two different songs, "O Music" and "Kookaburra." "Kookaburra" was arranged by Vivian M. Caputo, and we use this recording with her permission.
This episode features our awesome fourth grade class. Stay tuned for music from our third and fifth grade classes! Music in this episode was arranged by Margaret Jerz, and is used with her permission. Enjoy the music!