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Natasha Thurmon

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The Move Happy Movement Podcast EPp 20 Natasha Thurmon

Move Happy Movement

A Spectacular 🎶 Podcast With Childhood Friends. I’ve known this guest since we were 11 years old. Natasha and I were in band together, and choir, and an elite music group in high school (see episode 1 for an interview with our director, Mr. C). ⠀⠀She and I also sang in college together. Now she is an elementary music teacher in Texas getting numerous awards, grants and is a pedagogy teacher to other music teachers all around the globe 🌎!


16 Sep 2019

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E013 Recorders with Natasha Thurmon

Afternoon Ti

Natasha Thurmon shares ways to introduce the recorder to students and how to incorporate alto and tenor recorders.  You'll hear tips on how to help students with tone and breathing, as well as ideas for how to use the recorder in our classrooms.   At the end of the episode, we talk about our love for running, how to stay motivated, and finding time to train. Afternoon Ti Website: www.afternoonti.blogspot.com Intro/Outro Music: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes www.scottholmesmusic.com 


19 Mar 2019

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#026: Orff Schulwerk & Recorder with guest Natasha Thurmon

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

In this episode I get a chance to discuss everything recorder with my friend Natasha Thurmon. In this conversation we talk primarily about ways to approach teaching the recorder, some common practices, resources to consider, and more! Resources mentioned in this podcast: Music For Children CD Recordings (English): https://amzn.to/2pDMzJD Musica Poetica CD Recordings (German): http://bit.ly/2DSllU0 Recorder Resources -- Recorder Routes (Carol King): https://amzn.to/2pEcHnL Recorder Improvisation & Technique Bk 1 (Isabel McNeill Carley) : https://amzn.to/2DSlPJO Music for Children Vol. 1 (Orff & Keetman): https://amzn.to/2GavH3o American Orff Schulwerk Association Website: www.AOSA.org


25 Mar 2018