Music Education

Orff Schulwerk

The American Orff-Schulwerk Association is a professional organization of educators dedicated to the creative music and movement approach. The Orff Schulwerk method was originally developed in the 1920's by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman in Germany.

Joia Tubes® has three models that are specifically designed for the Orff Schulwerk method of music education for children:

ORFF SCALE INSTRUMENTS (C-C)
Orff Alto: One Octave C-C F# Bb w/mallets JT/Orff $289.00
Orff Bass: One Octave C-C F# Bb w/mallets JT/OrffBass $349.00
Orff Two Octaves: C-C F# Bb w/mallets JT/ORFF2octv $399.00

Go to our products page to view a list of all of our Joia Tubes® instruments.

 

Young girl playing joia tube instrument

Classroom Ensembles

Many teachers feel that Joia Tubes® have been a great addition to their classroom ensemble.

 

Group of kids playing Joia Tubes with other instruments

Percussion Ensembles

Joia Tubes® are great instruments to add to your world percussion ensemble. They have a unique sound that captivates the players and audience members alike.

Music Teachers across the country have incorporated Joia Tubes into their percussion ensembles with great success. But don't take our word for it, read their words yourself.

 

Group of kids playing Joia Tubes with other instruments

High School Band

Many high school bands have enjoyed adding Joia Tubes® to their outdoor ensemble.

 

Group of kids playing Joia Tubes with other instruments

Tube Dance Ensemble

This video is a 6th grade class percussion ensemble using Joia Tubes®. The video shows the learning progression from a single Joia Tube instrument, to an entire ensemble with other percussion instruments.

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Dr. Artie Almeida Plays Joia Tubes

International Music Educator and Author, Dr. Artie Almeida, served seven years on the Board of Directors of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and was an early childhood music consultant for Walt Disney World. She was also included in Who's Who in American Education and the publication Great Minds of the 21st Century.