Halloween Recorder - Recorder Sheet Music
This song is transcribed in the key of C major. The notes used are D, E, F, G and A.
It's mostly in quarter notes with just a few half notes, so it makes a great note review. Listen to the preview. It's the melody.
✫ all bars are numbered..that's a big help when you're teaching a a song to a class.
✫ big notation
✫ all note names and a duplicate with no note names
✫ colored notes with corresponding colored recorder
✫ fun recorder faces showing the fingering for the notes
✫ crisp images (still gorgeous when using an "economy ink" setting)
✫ beautiful projections (300 dpi )
✫ low ink usage duplicate ***included in every resource
✫ written on Lilypond (software which renders the highest
-quality sheet music)
✫ five classroom-practice mp3's at 75, 80, 85, 90 beats-per-minute (tempo)
A "Teacher Key" is also included. I recommend you use a translucent recorder when you show your students.
Good to know.
There's a real shortage of good, easy Halloween songs out there, so I took it upon myself to write three...here are the words to this one.
Deep within the London fog, the frantic call of hunting dogs.
Looking to disprove the claim, the Wolfman's on the prowl again.
No one knows where he may roam. The people hide inside their homes.
Hoping they will find him soon, before they fear the next full moon!
Please download Hot Cross Buns
for free, to try before you buy. The quality and layout of that resource is identical this one. A complete list of songs
available is in the product description.
If you have any questions or would like something "tweaked" (removing bar numbers for e.g.) do not hesitate to ask. Thanks for popping in. :)
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