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This is part of the 2011-2012 Musical Explorers
Two lessons: rhythm and lyrics of “Almaya”; rhythm, dance, and story of “El Hilwa Di.”
This is part of the 2011-2012
Two lessons: lyrics tell a story in Mexican song; what are the rhythms of Son Jarocho?
Two lessons: sounds of Balkan singing and drumming; rhythms of Balkan music.
Two lessons: singing and speaking in Haitian Creole; the rhythms of Haitian music.
Perelman American Roots 09-10 Lesson 1 Perelman American Roots 09-10 Lesson 1 Discovering Unity through Music
Perelman American Roots 09-10 Lesson 2 Perelman American Roots 09-10 Lesson 2 United by the Rhythms of Work
Perelman American Roots 09-10 Teaching Guide Perelman American Roots 09-10 Teaching Guide