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    What do Michael Buble and Carl Orff have in common?

    Michael Buble
    Michael Buble

    Would you believe the answer is “ta ta ti-ti ta?”   Enjoy this short video, courtesy of VH1 Save the Music, where Michael Buble recalls Orff rhythm syllables he learned as a first-grade student.  It’s amazing how long our musical memories last.  The work of Carl Orff and music educators everywhere continues to shine through musical artists of all ages, shapes and sizes.   Just think what pearls of wisdom will be recalled by your students over the years. 

    Video:  http://www.vh1savethemusic.com/node/5143

    Orff Resources:  http://www.tr.im/orffresources

    Music of Michael Buble:  http://www.tr.im/michaelbuble

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