HELBLING Music Education
Discover the variety of music education materials – methods, piano music, rhythm and more for classroom and music school!
the music-learning app for the classroom
tabDo! is an innovative app and teaching method for teaching music in grades 1 to 7.
A comprehensive guide for teaching rhythm with body percussion arrangements and rhythm action songs. Set a clear course with rhythm games and arrangements for body percussion in English in every music and English lesson for children aged 6 or 7 years up to the advanced level. Many Groove Games are terrific as dynamic ice-breakers or warm-ups and also as in-between active break. Perfectly suitable for substitute teaching and for working with adults.
Which singer would not like to see exactly what is happening in his or her body while singing? Instrumentalists, such as string players, pianists or guitarists, can observe their sound generation at any particular point in time. However, this is not readily possible for singers, since the crucial movements of the larynx and the diaphragm, as well as the tongue and the velum (soft palate), are hidden inside the body and not visible from outside.
What actually happens inside the body while someone is playing a wind instrument?
This question is especially interesting for players of wind instruments since they normally cannot see the processes going on inside their bodies. This DVD-ROM shows for the first time – with the aid of state-of-the-art examination techniques offered by high-tech medicine – what happens inside the body while someone is playing a wind instrument.
Beatbox Complete - Sounds, Patterns, Styles is the compact standard reference on beatboxing by the renowned beatbox performers and coaches Indra Tedjasukmana and Andreas Kuch. Percussion performed with your mouth, without instruments and for all music styles: This course book for teaching practice and self-study imparts the fundamentals of beatboxing technique in a compact and motivating manner.
With Bossa Nova, Cha-Cha-Cha, Funk, Disco, Jazz, Salsa, and Samba, Stephan Genze guides you through seven popular musical styles which drummers encounter wherever they go. Each of the chapters offers a step-by-step approach: after a short introduction to the style, an intensive practice unit with training grooves follows. These grooves gradually become more advanced and challenging. At the end of each chapter there is an authentic band arrangement (with a photocopiable lead sheet), which emphasizes the stylistic peculiarities and paves the way for the practical use of what has been learned.