Early Childhood Music Education in the Mediterranean

Music Education Manual, Pieridou Skoutella, A. & Anselmi, P.

 

CONTRIBUTORS

 

 

PRODUCTION

C.C.R.S.M. PUBLICATIONS, Nicosia, Cyprus

C.C.R.S.M. Cyprus Centre for the Research and Study of Music

 
DESIGN and EDITING OF THE PUBLICATION

CHAPTER ONE AND CURRICULUM MAPS

Avra Pieridou Skoutella and Paola Anselmi

 

SOUND MATERIAL COLLECTION AND CULTURAL INFORMATION

Amaya Epelde Larrañaga

Paola Anselmi

Zoe Dionyssiou

Avra Pieridou Skoutella

 

SOUND MATERIAL SELECTION

   Paola Anselmi y Avra Pieridou Skoutella

 

TEACHING UNITS

AUTHOR(S)

TEACHING UNIT(S’) TITLE

Avra Pieridou Skoutella

A comparative perspective of musical elements (rhythm, tempo, dynamics, melodic contour) and musical performance styles, across the European Mediterranean region.
The fairy tale of Dhónis the Swallow and Ría the Butterfly
(Dhónis Chelidhónis and Ria Poumbouría)

Avra Pieridou Skoutella and Evi Loizou

An imaginary journey across the Mediterranean sea
The elf and the lost hat

Avra Pieridou Skoutella and Amaya Epelde Larrañaga

A multicultural perspective of musical games across the Euro- Mediterranean Region
Babá Elefánte adventures in the Mediterranean

Amaya Epelde Larrañaga  and  Avra Pieridou Skoutella 

Babá Elefánte’s musical journey to Spain

Paola Anselmi

Cyprus and Italy, a wonderful meeting

Paola Anselmi, Ines Melpa and Sonia Russino

The Mediterranean treasure: amongst maps and treasures,boats and pirates, towards an intercultural music tree

Zoe Dionysiou and Paola Anselmi

The crab’s wedding

Bianca Albezzano, Arantxa Riera Bergas and Paola Anselmi

The Journey of a boat, a castle, a demon and a magical butterfly  around the Mediterranean sea

The following “Early Childhood Music Education in the Mediterranean” trainees who applied the course for three months in their ECME practices, contributed to the teaching units of this publication as shown in the previous table:
Evi Loizou, Ines Melpa, Sonia Russino, Bianca Albezzano and Arantxa Reira Bergas.

Production of the recordings of the songs:

Chelidhónisma, Yíro Yíro óloi, To dachtilídhi, Perná perná i mélissa, Simarió, Avká avká pouló ta, Aurtxo seaskan, Basque Lullaby, El elefante, Una pulga y un raton, Al pasar de la barca, Corre en trencito, My barba tiene tres pelos La bella lavanderina, Il mio cappello, Oh che bel castello, Giro tondo, Sardina and  Niniya moumou

Recording, mixing, mastering: Efthivoulos Theocharous, City Studio Nicosia, Cyprus

Female solo voice: Sona Gargaloyan

The copyrights of the above mentioned songs’ recordings remain only to the singer and to C.C.R.S.M. Cyprus Centre for the Research and Study of Music, Nicosia. 

 

Production of the recordings of the songs:

Mílo mou kókkino, I tráta mas i koureloú

Recording, mixing, mastering: Efthivoulos Theocharous City Studio Nicosia, Cyprus

Male voice: Marios Charalambous

Instruments: Xenios Evangelou: Mediterranean percussions, Efthimios Papadopoulos: Cypriot lute, Theodoulos Vakanas: violin, orchestration

The copyrights of the above mentioned songs’ recordings remain only to C.C.R.S.M. Cyprus Centre for the Research and Study of Music, Nicosia. 

 

Production of the recordings of the songs:

Alla fiera dell’est, Alla fiera di mastrandrè

Recording: Alessio Dagianti, in the Scuola Popolare di Musica Donna Olimpia, Rome, Italy.

Mixing, mastering: Efthivoulos Theocharous City Studio Nicosia, Cyprus

Voices: The children’s choir ‘Note incantate’ of Scuola Popolare di Musica Donna Olimpia

Choir director: Maria Grazia Bellia

Instruments: Marzia Mencarelli: piano, Carlo Montuoro and Luca Zarbano: percussions

 

Production of the recording:

Carosa di Santu Vitu from the CD “Jesce fore” – Taricata group

Recording: Oasi Studio Paolo Modugno, Rome, Italy.

Voices: Rocco Capri Chiumarulo, Anna Nacci

Instruments: Vincenzo Gagliani: tamburello, vibraphone and arrangement, Francesco Ballanti: drums, Cristiano Califano: guitar, Joe De Marco: electric bass, Gianluca Casadei: fisarmonica, Redi Hasa: cello, Erma Castriota: violin, Franco Gagliani: mandolin.

 

Production of the recording:

Pizzica TarantataTaricata group

Recording:  Oasi Studio Paolo Modugno, Rome, Italy.

Mixing and mastering: Efthivoulos Theocharous City Studio Nicosia, Cyprus

Voices: Silvana Gagliani, Giuliana Gagliani and Stefania Ancora

Instruments: Mario Ancora: accordion and arrangement, Vincenzo Gagliani: tamburello, Salvatore Ancora: electric bass, Franco Gagliani: mandolin, Fabio Di Viesto: guitar, Piero Errico: drums, Daniel Bulgaru: clarinet.

 

The copyrights of the above mentioned songs remain to the performers.

 

Production of the recordings of the songs:

Pantrévoune ton kávoura, To kokoráki, Chelidhónisma, Perná perná i mélissa

Recording: Ionian Academy, Corfu, by Dionissis Batjakis

Mixing, mastering: Efthivoulos Theocharous City Studio Nicosia, Cyprus

Voices: The Children’s Choir of the Philharmonic Society of Corfu

Choir Directors: Antonia Dalanika, Rania Dakanali and Maria-Emma Meligopoulou

Instruments (for the songs To kokoráki, Pantrévoune ton kávoura): Foteini Anastasiadou: accordion, Anastasios Emmanouel: guitar, Zacharias Zachoulis: bendir, touberleki, Zoe Dionyssiou: defi (tambor)

 

All the above mentioned recordings took place during the period June-August 2015.

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