Recorder Sheet Music - Ode To Joy:
This beginner recorder music is transcribed as it is most often taught in schools. The song arrangement mirrors the most popular recorder program used in schools.
All songs and lessons are with easy recorder fingering and letter notes. The notes used are D, G, A, B, C and D.
✫ 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 (software which renders the highest
-quality sheet music)
✫ six classroom-practice mp3's at 65, 75, 85, 95, 105, 115 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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You may want to play this song as duet.
Ode To Joy Duet – harmony
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.
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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. :)
Good to know:
I'm always looking for the best way to transition from one song to the next. It's how I get the most out of my students and concepts to flow together seamlessly.
If your looking for another dotted quarter-eighth note lesson to "doubledown", London Bridge
is a good one to do.
is the perfect song to put between Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
and Ode To Joy. It shares the same notes, introduces that high C and the timing is easier.
is just an excellent song all around to teach dotted quarter-eighth notes. It runs through the entire C major scale, so there is that F natural to learn.
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