The holiday edition of Rhythm Cup Explorations will be the highlight of this year’s group party, partner lessons, or music class! Another supplement to the fun, reproducible rhythm curriculum (Rhythm Menagerie, Rhythm Manipulations, and Rhythm Cup Explorations), Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations takes advantage of “the cup craze” to re-enforce rhythms you’ve been teaching all year! And the holiday edition adds new elements like music to play while students tap, reaching and cup tapping each other’s cups, tossing cups, and more!
What’s included in Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations?
Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations includes:
- 3 piano arrangements
- Carefully composed cup tapping routines for these arrangements in 3 levels!
This means that you can have different cup tapping routines for your elementary, one for your early intermediate and one for your late intermediate students!
How difficult are the levels in Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations?
Rhythm Concepts Covered:
- Level 1 (quarter, half)
- Level 2 (up through eighths)
- Level 3 (sixteenths)
What pieces are included in Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations?
Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations contains 2 secular and 1 sacred arrangement:
- Deck the Hall
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
- Joy to the World
Tell me more about the Accompaniment Tracks!
Be sure to get the option that includes the beautiful, full-sounding Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations Accompaniment Tracks because that’s going to knock the socks off your audience and your students! Sure, you can just play the piano music that’s included with the cup-tapping, but a piano is not the same as playing with an orchestra or band! These tracks are stunning and full-sounding. You can listen to samples of the tracks here.
How can I use Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations?
There are many ways to use Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations. Here are just some of them:
- Group lessons
- Holiday parties
- Holiday programs
- Classroom activities
- Holiday recitals
- Bring-a-friend lessons
- The sky’s the limit!
Musicians of all ages love Holiday Rhythm Cup Explorations. But don’t take my word for it, take a look at the picture below!