hEAR DROPS

An online series of non-verbal, animated cartoons for an audience of children, parents and teachers. Each video contains playful ideas on sound and music that invite subtle sensory interaction. All exercises are extensivelytested in Musica’s practice sessions. Each episode is accompanied by an artlink that refers to the broad world of the arts.

You can find hEAR DROPS on YouTube.

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  • hEAR DROPS #14: BLOOMING DITTY

    hEAR DROPS #14: BLOOMING DITTY

    hEAR DROPS #14 revisits what can be considered the most universal tonal sequence in existence: pentatonics. Only five tones are needed to make a melody. You’ve probably already done it yourself, without realizing it! A pentatonic melody is created when you play only the black keys of a piano. It doesn’t even matter in which …

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  • hEAR DROPS #13: RULE THE RULER

    hEAR DROPS #13: RULE THE RULER

    In hEAR DROPS #13, you get to work with an everyday object that houses a lot of surprising sounds: the ruler. An action you might perform every day can still inspire the creation of music. A simple object in your daily environment can be used to make sounds. If you keep repeating one sound, you …

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  • hEAR DROPS #12: CITY LAYERS

    hEAR DROPS #12: CITY LAYERS

    The 12th episode of our educational animation series hEAR DROPS makes you stop and listen to the many layers of sound that you encounter in a city every day. Each city is a rich soundscape brimming with life. You are invited to listen carefully. Often you don’t even notice how many sounds you hear all …

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  • THE NEW HEAR DROPS VIDEO: PAPERWORK

    THE NEW HEAR DROPS VIDEO: PAPERWORK

    Paperwork is boring? Musica doesn’t think so! Our new hEAR DROPS video #11 transforms ‘Paperwork’ into a game with paper. Paper is a rich material for producing all kinds of sound. You can experiment with different types of paper, or different ways of making sounds with them: creasing, ripping, rubbing and rustling. Evolve from playing …

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