This song is in the key of G major. The notes used are D, E, F#, G, A, B, C, D and E.
This song is written in 4/4 time. This is a good slur and dotted quarter - eighth note lesson. Because the song is already familiar to students, they "get it" when they see the rhythm on paper.
✫ all bars are numbered..that's a big help when you're teaching a class.
✫ big notation
✫ all note names and a duplicate with no note names
✫ colored notes with corresponding colored recorder
✫ 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 (the highest
quality music software)
✫ three classroom-practice mp3's at 86, 96 and 106 beats-per-minute. (tempo)
A "Teacher Key" is also included. I recommend you use a translucent recorder when you show your students.
Just thought I'd mention this: there's no "funny stuff" in these song arrangements. I've notice some people like to put their own "personal touch" to Christmas songs. I'm not one of those people. They are transcribed traditionally, as most of us remember them.
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available is in the product description.
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