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Written to provide teachers a rich selection of "tunes"-- including songs, melodies and melodic themes, and "grooves" or rhythms, for use in both elementary and secondary classrooms. This text offers music from a variety of sources including folk/traditional music, world music, Latin music, and art/classical themes. Each of the more than 200 songs, melodies and rhythms is prefaced with descriptions of its cultural origins, function and meaning along with suggestions for applications in the classroom.
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Tunes and Grooves for Music Education: Music for Classroom Use, by Patricia Shehan Campbell. Pearson Prentice Hall. New Jersey. 2007.

Who knew that Benjamin Franklin went to France, to teach the ladies how to dance? Or that the “Buzzard Lope” is a song for a ring dance with a high-stepping male dancer in the center who pantomimes the bird’s approach to a carcass? These and many other interesting facts are found within the pages of Tunes and Grooves for Music Education.

As a specialist in early childhood music and group piano instruction, I find “Tunes and Grooves” an invaluable resource. This compilation of music from around the world including Africa, Asia and the Americas may be used by classroom teachers, university students and music therapists. Included are lullabies, singing games, story songs and ballads, songs of love, dance music, work and worship, percussion ensembles, and traditional European rounds and canons. Campbell provides a wealth of material as well as practical suggestions for incorporating melodies (“Tunes”) and rhythms (“Grooves”) in classrooms, performance, and early childhood classes. The “Grooves” include a culturally diverse set of rhythms from which percussion pieces and drumming ensembles may be developed.

This comprehensive volume is organized alphabetically by title. Those of us who work with folk music will surely appreciate the detailed background given for each of the more than 200 selections. More than just a collection of repertoire, “Tunes and Grooves” is an essential handbook for ethnomusicologists. It includes a description of cultural origins, genre, function and translation for each, along with suggestions for instrumental play, eurhythmic movement and creative improvisation.

I find this collection to be highly useable, especially the indices of chords and meters, and the glossary, which includes definitions not found in the Harvard Dictionary. The melodies are approached through singing, with moveable Do(La-based minor) solfege syllables and numbers suggested. Most of the examples have “fake book” style notation, with chord symbols, suitable for simple piano, guitar, or autoharp accompaniment. The three CDs have about 60 selections to aid in learning stylistic nuances of the music. For the rest of the songs, the authors posted an iTunes list on the Pearson website. In the author’s own words, “Listening has always been important to us who perform, and so the point of playing these notated tunes and grooves is to consider how they are played by those from within the culture…”

Reviewed by Stephen Reen, Greensburg, IN

Patricia Campbell. Tunes and Grooves for Music Education—music for classroom use. Upper Saddle River, NDZJ: Pearson Education. 2008. 478 pp. 3 Compact disk set available.

Tunes and Grooves for Music Education is an expansive anthology containing more than 200 traditional songs, melodies, and rhythmic phrases from various cultures including Africa, Latin America, Europe, the Caribbean, and North America. This text is designed to serve as a resource for developing a comprehensive understanding about teaching and performing music in authentic contexts.

An extended introduction sets the stage for using this resource in the music classroom. After discussing cultural and musical identity and a rationale of use of world music, Campbell offers a description of curricular and community uses of world musics in and beyond the music classroom, then provides a brief description of what is found inside the book. Finally, suggestions for use of guitars, piano, percussion and singing to teach the songs and rhythmic phrases contained within Tunes and Grooves for Music Education.

Songs are presented alphabetically. For each song, there is a transcription, brief background statement about the tune and its origins, a cultural context and brief discussion of the culture in which the song originated, a list of suggested learning experiences, and recommended listening. Each song or rhythmic activity is contained on a companion set of three compact disks.

Tunes and Grooves for Music Education is arguably the most diverse single-text resource for teaching world musics. The sheer number of songs and the range of cultures explored within this book make it unique among currently available teaching materials. For the music educator with a limited budget, Tunes and Groves for Music Education provides “one-stop shopping” for multicultural songs for classroom use. This text will quickly become one of the most used resources in the multicultural music classroom.

Reviewed by Bryan Burton, Westchester University, PA

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131941465
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 12/13/2007
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 508
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

A la Rueda de San Miguel

A Mi Querido Austin

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Aeyaya Balano Sakkad

Afshari

Ah, Poor Bird

Ajde Jano

Ala De'lona

All Around the Kitchen

All the Pretty Little Horses (Hushabye)

Allons Danser, Colinda

Amores Hallaras

Andean Panpipe Melody

Arirang

Arkansas Traveller

As I Roved Out

Atsiagbeko

Bach: “Little” Fugue in G Minor

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, in F Major, Third Movement

Ballad of César Chávez, The

Bambodansarna

Barb'ry Allen

Batman and Robin

Benjamin Franklin

Better Days

Billie

Billy Boy

Bonjour, Mes Amis

Buzzard Lope, The

By the Waters Babylon

Caiqiu Wu

Cajueiro Pequenino

Calypso Freedom

Chaang

Chawe Chidyo Chem'chero

Cherokee Morning Song

Cielito Lindo

Cinderella

Cô Hàng Xóm

Coo-Coo Bird, The

Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man

Copland: Hoedown

Cripple Creek

Cuban Rumba Groove

Cumberland Gap

De Colores

Deirdre's Fancy

Do Doc Do Ngang

Dok Djampa

Domino

Doraji

Dowidzenia

Down by the River

Down by the Service Station

Drowsy Maggie

Drunken Sailor

Dúlamán

Dulce, Dulce

El Barreño

El Juego Chirimbolo

El Rabel

El Siquisíri

En Cada Primavera

Erdo, Erdo

Fast Mambo Groove

Feng Yang

Fish and Chips

Follow the Drinkin' Gourd

Forty-Niner

Freight Train

Froggie Went A-Courtin'

Galbi

Gimpel the Fool

Go Down, Moses

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Guajira Guantanamera

Haere, Haere

Hai Wedi

Haida

Haliwa-Saponi Canoe Dance

Handel: Minuet No. 2

Hands, The

Hashewie

Hava Nagila

Hava Nashira

Haydn: Symphony No. 47 in G Major, Minuet and Trio

Here Comes Sally

Hindewhu

Hotaru Koi

How Can I Keep from Singing?

I Walk in Beauty

I Went to California

If All the World Were Paper

If You See My Savior

ija li je Taraba

Ikokou

In the Pines

Jo'Ashila

John Wayne's Teeth

Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier

Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho

Juanatia

Jubilee

Jump in the Fire

Kalinka

Karaw

Keep Your Hand on That Plow

Khang Khaaw Kin Kluay

Khmer Changkeh Reav

Kneebone

Kommt ein Vogel

Kum Bachur Atzel

Kwaheri

Kwa-Nu-Te

K'wejina Ch'ing Ch'ing

Kye Kye Kule

La Bamba

La Macchina del Capo

Lak Gei Moli

Las Mañanitas

Le Jig Français

Let's Get the Rhythm of the Band

Lian Xi Qu I, II

Lo Yisa Goy

Loop de Loo

Los Machetes

Loy Krathong

Lua Afe

Maitreem

Majka Rada

Mama Lama

Maramica Na Stazi

Máru-Bihág (Raga)

May Day Carol

Mbube

Meda Wawa Ase

Merengue Groove

Mi Bajo y Yo

Mi Tierra

More Sokol Pie

Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Theme, First Movement)

Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor (First Movement)

Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro (Overture)

Mutubaruke Emihanda

My Mother, Your Mother

Nine Hundred Miles

Noble Duke of York, The

Northfield

Oats, Peas, Beans (and Barley Grow)

Oh, Freedom

Old Joe Clark

Old Roger

One August Morn

One Cold and Frosty Morning

Over My Head

Paddy Works on the Railway

Piki Mai

Poor Wayfaring Stranger

Pullin' a Skiff

Qiugaviit

Qua Cu Gió Bay

Quien es ese Pajarito?

Rabbit Dance: “Uncle Sam”

Reggae Groove

Rich Irish Lady, A

Riddle Song, The

Rio Grande

Rise Up, O Flame

Rumba Groove

Sakura

Salsa Groove

Salty Dog

Samba Groove

Sambalele

San Serení

Sansa Kroma

Santa Clara

Santa Lucia

Santo de Otavalo

Sarika Keo

Savalivalah

Sea Lion Woman

Separala Tambien

Shalom Chaverim

Shehuo Gudien

Shenandoah

She's Like the Swallow

Shi Naasha

Ship's Carpenteer, The

Shortnin' Bread

Singabahambayo

Soldier's Joy

Somebody's Knocking

Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child

Soran Bushi

Staliá, Staliá

Streets of Laredo

Sumer Is Icumen In

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Tabla Solo in Jhaptal

Tafta Hindi

Tamborcita

This Little Light of Mine

Three Sisters

Tihore Mai

Tinga Layo

Tito Timbero

Toei Khong

Tommy Peoples

'Ulili E

Uncle Jessie

Viva Jujuy

Viva la Musica

Voice of Trong

Wai Bamba

Walkin' Blues

Wedding Dance Groove

Were You There?

When Jesus Wept

Where Did You Sleep Last Night?

Wildwood Flower

With Laughter and Singing

Woke Up This Morning

Wolf and Turtle Song

Wondrous Love

Wren Song, The

Xiao Qi Che

Ye Jaliya Da

Yeysh Lanu Tayish

Yo Soy Indiecito

Yo, Mamana, Yo

Zane Nil Abedeen

Zui Zui Zukkorobashi

Zum Gali Gali

Zuni Sunrise Call

Glossary

Appendix

Indices

Chords

Meter

Key

Vocal Use

Contents of CD

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