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School classes of Unnerdorf visited the touring exhibition in the city museum in Bad Staffelstein PDF Print E-mail

Guided tour for children  on October 16, 2009 for the school classes (4th grade) of UnnersdorfGuided tour for children  on October 16, 2009 for the school classes (4th grade) of Unnersdorf

"Valentin Rathgeber" was swingingly written on the facade in the schoolhouse in Unnersdorf. This was the motivation for both school classes (4th grade ) to visit the identically named touring exhibition in the city museum in Bad Staffelstein. At the entrance a life-sized figure with a cowl greeted the visitors as the componist was a Benedictine monk in abbey Banz. Additionally, a scalled model of his birthplace in Oberelsbach drew the students' attention. "This house has a lot of windows as it was a school building", said the leader of the museum, Adelheid Waschka, to the children. She introduced them into the lifetime of the  musician, "and at the time of construction, they exercised carefully to facilitate plenty of light in the crassrooms".  Due to their numerousness of students, the children of Unnersdorf were divided into different groups. One part practiced with museum co-worker Annette Krusenbaum after a "Body Percussion"-warm up some of the songs of Rathgeber Guided tour for children  on October 16, 2009 for the school classes (4th grade) of Unnersdorf"Von der edlen Musik“ and „Alleweil ein wenig lustig“. Afterwards, they painted the birthplace or the figure of Valentin.

The others were introduced to the time of baroque by the leader of the museum and her co-worker Chrtine Liebl. In addition to a short overview of Rathgeber's life and history, the students got a questionnaire and had to handle with various tasks, in which they had to deal with newest technique:  For example, how can you use an audioguide? The particular of this touring exhibition is, that music examples can also be practiced to the appropriate texts. The childred were very enthusiasticly minded and left sincere words of thanks in the guest book. 

 If you are interested in a guided tour for children, you can contact the museum (tel. 09573-331030). The exhibition can be visited till 29th November at the opening hours or by arrangement. 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 January 2010 13:28
 

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