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Last week in part 3 of our Recorder in the Classroom series, we saw some of our most enthusiastic students getting together to practice together in small groups. This week we will look at music practice as an ensemble.

 

Practice Makes Perfect

  • After warming up and having fun performing extra pieces some students had learned, our recorder students then focus on practicing their group piece as an ensemble.
  • Through lots of hard work week-on-week, the students learn to listen to each other and play in harmony.
  • Recorder in the Classroom is one of our most successful music programmes with tangible results.
  • Students starting out with no musical experience are able to read music notation and improve their musical awareness through fun, interactive practice every week.

 

Classroom Music Programmes

To find out more about what’s involved in our classroom music programmes, please visit the classroom music page of our website.

 

Get in Touch

To learn more about how our classroom music programmes and how they can benefit your school, please get in touch with us to discuss these options in further detail.

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Stay Tuned!

Inside ‘Recorder in the Classroom’ – Part 4: Performing as an Ensemble coming next week!

 

Missed Out?

Catch Part 1: Full Music Warm-up

Catch Part 2: Learning Beyond the Lesson