Ward method intro. video series
  • Geremia
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    Are there recordings of the songs (or even some or all of the exercises) in Ward's books? (It's not that I can't sing, but I would like to expose my students to other voices singing these things.) thanks

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  • bonniebede
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    There is some stuff about the ward method in a series of videos on youtube which you will find here
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUiajiJXXc8

    If you go to youtube and look for ward method you will find the series, uploaded by musicmavn1

    I don't know who put it up, but it is brilliant and I wish she would do more, it really helped me understand some stuff in the ward books.
  • bonniebede
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    Oops, just realised you had already posted about these videos, geremia.
  • Geremia
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    Yes, she did a very good job introducing Ward in those videos. I was just wondering if there were CD recordings of all the songs in Ward's books.
  • jgirodjgirod
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    CUA press has (had), in its Justine Ward music method catalogue section, a pack of two cassette tapes with the material from book I.
  • jgirodjgirod
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    There's also this one with explanations in German (but there's still the music, which is a universal language): https://youtu.be/Yisb_DjwSJI

    By the way, searching for "Ward method" returns a lot of results for an homonym mathematical method. Specifying: "Justine Ward method" yields more focused results.