As part of last year’s Transform Your Teaching Workshops, Paul spent time showing us the Orff approach to improvising in his Breakfast Improv.
If you’ve explored my No Book Beginner Framework, you will have seen this idea included in there.
The approach is relatively simple: start with words to create a rhythm, then transfer that rhythm into music.
Paul shows you exactly how this can be done in an individual or group setting in today’s training.
What you’ll learn
- How the Orff approach can work in your studio
- How audiating can assist the learning of rhythms
- Simple ideas that you can re-develop for your own teaching
- Breakfast Improv Lesson Plan
- More idea about the Breakfast Improv in No Book Beginners Lesson 6
- For more of Paul’s awesome teaching resources, head to easilearnmusic.com
Feel free to leave questions below.