“Often a single experience will open the young soul to music for a whole lifetime. This experience cannot be left to chance. It is the duty of the school to provide it.” -Zoltán Kodály, 1929
When you sing, you use an instrument that belongs only to you. You open and share a part of yourself through its use. We know that early childhood presents a window of opportunity when children are open to all experiences, as they explore their voices and their relationship to the world around them. They are actively forming organized pathways for current and future thinking. Full story.
Marissa Curry, Ingrid Ladendorf, and Caroline Moore (National Association for Music Education) / July 28, 2015