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Carrying on from last week’s music workshop for primary schools, this week’s music lesson will demonstrate how to teach the note of A using the clap, sing, play method. Try these two examples with your class and let us know how you get on!

 

 

 

Music Workshop for Primary Schools

Example 1

  • Start by clapping the note of A and saying ta, ta, ta, ta
  • Then, sing along by singing re, re, re, re
  • Finally, position your thumb on the back hole and place your index and middle finger on the first two holes on the front of the recorder
  • Play along to the note of A on the stave!

 

Example 2

  • Start by along to the rhythm, saying ta, ta, ta-a this time
  • Now, we are going to sing the note of A and B – try singing me, re, me
  • Remember to practice tonguing between the notes of A and B on the recorder

 

 

 

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Recorder in the Classroom – Series 3, Part 3 coming next week

 

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Catch Recorder in the Classroom – Series 3, Part 1 here