Kalani LIVE Episode #15 explores two types of play, coordinated and cooperative, and introduces a new song about Summer. Consider registering for the Summer DCM Course and learn how to create and facilitate community drumming and music making in general by visiting the DCM website when you’re done listening ot this PODCAST.
It’s Summer Song
Everyone LOVES Summer so why not sing about it! You can learn and download this song for FREE – and enter to win a CD
YOU can win aÂ Rhythm Spirit CDÂ by writing and submitting your own lyrics for the song. Just send your ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org by June 23rd, 2013.
Download Â the music for “It’s Summer.” Â Â It’s Summer in C.
Here’s an example of a COORDINATED PLAY experience in the form of Guided Interactive Drumming. Notice that the facilitator is structuring, directing, and leading the kids through a number of different tasks to achieve the desired outcomes. He is also explaining how to think about their actions and what they represent and mean. This example features Kenya Masala, an X8 Interactive Drumming Facilitator.
Here’s an example of a Community Drum Circle, which is a COOPERATIVE PLAY experience where everyone is making their own choices about what they play, how they play, and even IF they play. Notice that there are some people playing, some listening, and some are dancing.
To learn more about facilitating drum circles, guided interactive drumming, and HOW to design a PROGRAM that reaches specific goals for any type of population, attend the Summer DCM course in Los Angeles with Kalani. Visit PLAYSINGLAUGH.COM now.