Struggling to make recorders and Orff's and uke's cool and relevant? Tired of the old school Hot Crossed Buns? Turn your class into a backing band!
This package contains four variants of the I V vi IV chord progression found in much pop music, a twelve-bar-blues, a doowop chord progression, and ragtime chord progression, arranged for recorders, ukes, and Orff.
Have fun with pop hits while learning about the elements of a triad. For example, "Don't Stop Believing," Hello," "Renegade," "Fireproof," "Johnny B. Goode," and so much more can be sung along to these chords. Even Eminem uses them, such as "I'm Not Afraid." Or, write your own lyrics and add it.
There are three unique parts for the recorder:
Recorder 1, easiest fingerings
Recorder 2, medium difficult fingerings
Recorder 3, more difficult fingerings
Ukuleles are written in tablature.
Orff's are divided into Roots, Thirds, and Fifths; the three parts cross each other melodically but provide smooth voice leading to the ear.
All parts are visible to the student, so they see the full score at all times.
All you have to do is choose the rhythm and let it rip!