Recorder Music Practice Levels 1,2 & 3.

 

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A whole class can be taught in front of an Interactive Whiteboard in the Classroom. It is a most effective way of learning to read music. Learn to read as you play. Note by note. ‘Pupils will learn and improve more quickly because they’ ll want to practise more often.’ The annual price, £25, includes an extra 30 Licenses to encourage each pupil to practise at home on their own or family personal computers. Music reading and music theory skills will be developed and can later be transferred to another instrument or be used to carry on and explore the wonderful Recorder repertoire. Level 1 Recorder has 10 tunes. Here is a list of the tune titles and what notes each uses: B Happy – B; Star Code – B; Go for A Walk – A; Two Note Blues – A, B; GEE! – G; A Quiet Salsa – G, A; Old RockDonald’s BAG – B, A, G; The Banjo BAG – B, A, G; Be Happy Again – B, A, G; (this tune also can be used as a duet for B Happy).

Level 2 Recorder has 10 tunes and the price includes up to 30 extra Licenses for Pupil Home Practice. ‘Pupils will learn and improve more quickly because they’ ll want to practise more often.’ The annual price, £25, includes an extra 30 Licenses to encourage each pupil to practise at home on their own or family personal computers. Here is a list of the tune titles and which notes each uses: High CD Rock – Top C, Top D Bing Bong – G, A, B, Top C, Top D Bing BongED – E, D (and a duet to play Bing Bong in two parts) BeachED – E, D (extra practice to help cover all the holes) Old RockDonald – D, E, G, A, B F# and G Polka – F#, G Sharp Sailing – E, F#, G, A, B Banjo – E, D F#, G, A. B, Top C, Top D Giant Leaps – Top C, D, Top D, E, Top E, G, Top G Jingle Bells – D, E, F#, G, A, B, Top C, Top D, Top E, Top G

Level 3 Recorder develops playing from where Level 2 has taken you. The new notes to learn and practise are Top C#, F, and Bb As with Levels 1 and 2 it is a most effective way of learning to read music. Learn as you play note by note and the whole class can be taught using an Interactive Smartboard. ‘Pupils will learn and improve more quickly because they’ ll want to practise more often.’ The annual price, £12, includes an extra 30 Licenses to encourage each pupil to practise at home with their own or family personal computers.

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