Elemental Recorder Playing (Student Book)

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Item No. 812613
Alt. Part # 49012184
UPC Code 073999471243
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Elemental Recorder Playing Student's Book By Gunild Keetman and Minna Ronnefeld Translated and adapted by Mary Shamrock  Softcover Book 55 pages Ages 6 - 9 (second grade at the earliest)This soprano recorder method book encourages the development of musical creativity, with instructions for ensemble
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Elemental Recorder Playing Student's Book By Gunild Keetman and Minna Ronnefeld Translated and adapted by Mary Shamrock  Softcover Book 55 pages Ages 6 - 9 (second grade at the earliest)This soprano recorder method book encourages the development of musical creativity, with instructions for ensemble playing and improvisation. The book includes technique exercises, echo exercises, dialogue exercises, songs with sections to complete, pieces for playing, improvisation exercises, canons, duets, rondos, and texts to use for making rhythms and melodies.    Note progression:  High C, A, high D, G, E, D, B, C, F.    Contents: Ane Dane Diadee At the Outdoor Market Au Clair de la Lune Bought Me a Cat Can You Find Me? Les Clochettes Cock-a-doodle-doo Counting "Out" Dance Piece Day Is Done Ding Dong Doodle Donket Donkey East West Engine Engine #9 En Ten Tina First White as Snow A Flock of White Sheep Get On Board Girls &; Boys Good Luck Bad Luck Groundhog Hey Bogie Man La Herfanita (Little Orphan Girl) In May Juan Pirulero Kella Buk Li'l Liza Jane Little Sally Walker Lucy Locket Mother's Advice Name Calls Night Skies Oats Peas Beans One Two Tie My Shoe Pizza Pepperoni Riddle Song Sailor Sailor Scarborough Fair Spinning Song Star Light Star Bright Takenoko Ippon 3 Blind Mice Tinga Layo Tinker Tailor Twine a Wreath Wait I'll Go Along With You Warning What Has 6 Legs? Zero One Two
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