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LUDOPHONES: MUSIC THE WAY YOU WANT IT!

MELODIC EDUCATIONAL PERCUSSION THAT IS INTUITIVE, ATTRACTIVE AND ORIGINAL,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH EUROPEAN HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS, 
DESIGNED FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD, SPECIALIZED AND HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENTS AND MUSICAL EDUCATION!

THE OPTIMAL QUALITY OF SUBMERSIBLE STAINLESS STEEL & TITANIUM FOR AN INCREDIBLE RICHNESS OF SOUND, ROBUSTNESS, EASE OF USE, STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE: CLEANABLE & STERILIZABLE!

Evolution or regeneration of traditional and ancient instruments: Kalimbas, musical bows, psalterion, metallic harps, nail violin, etc., tuned in the same mode, offering a palette of sound games from SOUND EXPLORATION and musical awakening TO MUSICAL LEARNING , the elaboration of soundscapes, ACCORDING TO THE POSSIBILITIES OF EACH !

 NON-OBSOLETE, MAINTENANCE-FREE EQUIPMENT, GUARANTEED FOR LIFE

"A HEALTHY MUSICAL PRACTICE WITHOUT PREALABLE SOLFEGE ACCORDING TO THE POSSIBILITIES OF EVERYONE ! Towards a PEDAGOGY OF SOUND ", Dr Frédéric Bousquet, designer & pedagogue

 

EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLE 

A NON-STEREOTYPED OPENING TO THE SOUND WORLD !

 

For 25 years, LUDOPHONES™ has been created in connection with COMPOSERS, PEDAGOGUES, TEACHERS, SPECIALIZED EDUCATORS.

A philosophical principle is at the base of the GAMES SOUNDS proposed around LUDOPHONES™, the blossoming by the artistic expression:

"WONDER - CURIOSITY - LEARNING - KNOWLEDGE - CONCEPTUALIZATION "

From musical awakening to practice, according to each person's possibilities, the LUDOPHONES™ are the basis for individual and collective sound games. If their circular layout is favoured, various geometrical and colourful paths can be invented. As an extension of the pedagogies known as "creativity awakening", the practices encourage awareness of the sound environment and of others. From the curiosity and desire aroused, listening and psychomotor involvement are mobilized. A process of psycho-socialisation and a behavioural attitude linked to the expression and understanding of the musical project are established. The passage to action and the recovery, the elaboration and the realization of a common work bring the practitioner back to live the present moment. This opening to the collective creates a virtuous spiral, a motivation by example, which allows an awareness of what has been learned, a shift between abstract and concrete systems.

 

LUDOPHONE™ PRIZE

Your educational projects are submitted to a jury made up of personalities from the world of education, music, schools, specialities and hospitals, who award you the first prize! NOMINATE BEFORE DECEMBER 1th to be the winning project of the year and win the instrumentarium you need for your practice!

 

NETWORK

More than 1.200 ESTABLISHMENTS on five continents have now acquired our educational instruments. 

To know the LOCATION of the establishments selling our instruments and/or our educational instruments near your activity, please CONTACT the association Stolon Art & Science contact@stolon.org at 0033(0)632 670 796 !

The musical and educational practices are plural and DIVERSIFIED in teaching, education and public health.

 

SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY (2)

1.    Proceedings of the National Training Meeting in Traditional Music of NOTH, May 12 and 13, 1994. FAMDT, 1995 
2.    ARBARETAZ, M-C., Reading music through intervals. CHAPPELL, France, 1979
3.    BOUSQUET, F., Aproximación a una metodología para el uso continuado del instrumentarium Baschet en la escuela. Aulas de verano, Universidad de Santander. Ministerio de la Educación, Madrid, 2007.
4.    BUSTARET, A. H., The child and the means of sound expression. Collection enfance heureuse. Les éditions ouvrières Dessain et Tobra, Paris, 1985.
5.    REVISTA DE INVESTIGACION APLICADA Y EXPERIENCIAS EDUCATIVAS EDUCACION Y FUTURO, págs. 101-110, ISSN 1576-5199, No. 10, Barcelona, 2004
6.    CELESTE B., DELALANDE F., DUMAURIER E., L'enfant du son au musical. INA-Buchet/Chastel, Paris, 1982.
7.    Music and deafness symposium. Cité de la Musique. Musée de la musique, Paris, June 24, 2003.
8.    DELALANDE, F.; RENARD, Cl., Suggestions pour une pédagogie musicale d'éveil, Programme-bulletin, n°4, February. Dossier GRM, Paris, 1974
9.    FULIN, A., The Child, Music and School, vol. 1 & 2. Nathan, Paris, 1977
10.    HOLLAND, J., Practical Percussion: A Guide to the Instruments and Their Sources. P. 85. Scarecrow press, Lanham, 2005.
11.    JOLIAT, F. La Formation des enseignants en musique : état de la recherche et vision des formateurs, edited by, L'Harmattan, 2011 [76.3 FOR]. Why teach music? Propos sur l'éducation musicale à la lumière de l'histoire, de la philosophie et de l'esthétique, Claude Dauphin, Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2011
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16.    PIAGET, J., Where education goes. Poche, Paris, 1972
17.    POSTIC, M., The educational relationship. Pedagogy today. First edition 1979. 7th edition. PUF, Paris, 1996
18.    PROUST, J., Perception and intermodality. Current approaches to the Molyneux question. PUF, Paris, 1997
19.    REBEIL, G., Jeux Musicaux - Volume 1: jeux vocaux. Salavert, Paris, 1984
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(2) BOUSQUET, F., Une approche de la facture instrumentale du Titanium Euphone à travers l'étude de l'orgue de verre Lasry Baschet et du Cristal Baschet, étendue à celle de l'Euphon de E. F. Chladni. Doctoral Thesis, EDESTA, Paris 8, 2018

 

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