Free Recorder Note Rest Value - Preview B A G Lesson
The purpose of this resource is to get students playing quicker than they normally would. That means more time for them to work on their timing and tone, experience muscle memory, or for you to explain the theory....but most of all, for everyone to have fun!
These recorder lessons are modeled after the same proven techniques I use in my harmonica class. You can download the preview free here: Beginning Harmonica - Preview
This is a preview of 3 lessons now available. These B A G lessons were written especially to be used before Hot Cross Buns
, Gently Sleep
and Merrily We Roll Along
. There is a full explanation in the download.
✫ big notation
✫ all note names
✫ fun recorders showing the fingering for the notes
✫ crisp images (still gorgeous when using an "economy ink" setting)
✫ beautiful projections (300 dpi )
✫ low ink usage duplicate
✫ written on Lilypond (software which renders the highest-quality sheet music)
✫ short and effective exercises
✫ eight classroom-practice mp3's at at (2x) 55, 60, 65, 70 beats-per-minute (tempo)
A "Teacher Key" is also included. I recommend you use a translucent recorder when you show your students.
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The 3 lessons can be found using these links:
“B” Lesson whole, half, quarter notes and rests
“A” Lesson whole, half, quarter notes and rests
“G” Lesson whole, half, quarter notes and rests
Download the free song I've posted, Hot Cross Buns
If you have any questions or would like something "tweaked" (even removing beat numbers for eg.) do not hesitate to ask.
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