There are many areas where you will find Orff activities such as in the song list, in units, and in instruments. The search engine is the most powerful tool to use when searching for Orff-related activities.
There are Orff arrangements available throughout the song list. An easy way to quickly tell if a song has an Orff arrangement is to look at the Notes column when you're on the song list page.
When you click on a song, you will find the Orff arrangement under the Supporting Resources > Arrangements.
Click on the yellow "Expand" at the bottom of the Support Resources box if you aren't seeing all the content.
Learn more about using the song list here: What is available in the song list on MusicplayOnline?
We have created an easy-to-use Orff Directory in the Units section that includes all the tone sets, extra resources, and links to all the virtual instruments. Check it out here.
Bethany Ellen created a fabulous set of lessons that are in the Orff style. Check it out on MusicplayOnline or purchase her book here.
There are three methods that will pull up search results for Orff on MusicplayOnline.
- Search the keyword "Orff" in the search engine. Click here to view the search results when searching Orff from the Discover page (searches the whole site).
- Go into the filters and click on Concept and select Orff from the secondary dropdown menu. Click here to view the search results.
- Go into the filters and click on Directory and select Orff from the secondary dropdown menu. This works best in the song list area. Click here to view the search results.
Learn more about using the search engine here: How do I use the search engine on MusicplayOnline?
We have several different interactive tools available here.