Every Day I Have The Blues
Fifth graders sing and play the song "Every Day I Have the Blues" using the human voice, suspended cymbals, tambourines, hand drums, alto and bass xylophones, and alto marimbas. This lesson emphasizes the use of the Orff teaching method.
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