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The game starts out by players standing around in a circle and asking, "Hey Fred Schneider, what are you doing?" Then one at a time, people sing a non-sequitur line in the voice of Fred Schneider. Once everyone has gone, the warm up is complete.
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The game starts out by players standing around in a circle and asking, "Hey Fred Schneider, what are you doing?" Then one at a time, people sing a non-sequitur line in the voice of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Schneider Fred Schneider], the lead singer of the B-52's.
  
===Purpose===
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Fred Schneider is a simple warm up that focuses on letting loose, imitation, and having fun.  
Fred Schneider is a simple warm up that focuses on letting loose, imitation and having fun.  
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===Fun Fact===
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==Variations==
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Schneider Fred Schneider] is the lead singer of the B-52's who is known for his unique way of singing.
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Sometimes this warm-up is played by passing focus: after a person answers the question, he poses the question to somebody else.  Once everyone has gone, the warm up is complete.
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A higher-energy version can be played where the circle keeps a rhythm by clapping (hands, hips, hands, sides).  The group asks the question in unison, and one person answers; then the group asks again and the person to the left or right answers this time, continuing around the circle.
  
 
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[[Category:Warm Ups]]

Revision as of 22:09, 12 October 2008

The game starts out by players standing around in a circle and asking, "Hey Fred Schneider, what are you doing?" Then one at a time, people sing a non-sequitur line in the voice of Fred Schneider, the lead singer of the B-52's.

Fred Schneider is a simple warm up that focuses on letting loose, imitation, and having fun.

Variations

Sometimes this warm-up is played by passing focus: after a person answers the question, he poses the question to somebody else. Once everyone has gone, the warm up is complete.

A higher-energy version can be played where the circle keeps a rhythm by clapping (hands, hips, hands, sides). The group asks the question in unison, and one person answers; then the group asks again and the person to the left or right answers this time, continuing around the circle.