The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)

The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
The Ultimate Recorder Hero: Classics to Pops (Dynamite, Lego Movie, Sam Smith)
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This amazing package includes a pdf for print and projection on "Recorder Hero Classics to Pops."

Includes 10 songs from beginner to advanced playing ability. Most songs include a version with the notes written and another copy is without the note letters.

*Use the recorder finger scale on the front page to guide students through fingering, you may require a different scale depending on your recorders.

**Advanced Jamming is fun to do with a C backing track, easily found on youtube. Feel free to have children create their own pentatonic melodies and play them as a solo and call and echo.

***Daily Warm-Ups are to be played very slowly to begin with, each quarter note can take the value of a whole note if needed.

ENJOY and let me know if you have any questions or needs, I'm happy to chat and work on a piece before feedback is given.

CLASSIC / BEGINNER:

Hot Cross Buns

Three song focusing on simply playing B,A,G and with different patterns.

Crashing Waves

Beethoven

POP:

Counting Stars

Stay with Me

Dynamite

Everything is Awesome

****Songs are not full length, but enough to get your kids excited about recorder and practicing. Most of the pop songs for example only have 8-16 bars as they can be repeated and are very repetitive songs (not to mention copyright)
Total Pages
21 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
1 month
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