Recorder Resource Kit 2 with Digital Resources
This sequential resource is intended for second-year recorder students, but reviews the notes in the event that you have students in your class that have never played recorder. There are 24 songs for two-part soprano recorders. Your students will enjoy playing recorder duets. There is an optional alto recorder part, giving your students the option of playing easy three part ensembles. Digital resources include:
4. Two Part Soprano KIDNOTES with Performance/Accompaniment Audio
The Recorder Resource Kit 2 PowerPoint Edition is the perfect complement to the Recorder Resource Kit for the thousands of teachers that already have and use the Recorder Resource Kit 2. If you don’t have the kit, the PPT can be used as the teacher resource in conjunction with student books for your students.
This version of the Kit includes the Digital Resources: PowerPoints, Smart Notebook files and videos of all components of the Recorder Kit.
Two-part arrangements for soprano recorders, or soprano and alto recorders. This sequential resource is intended for second-year recorder students but reviews the notes in the event that you have students in your class that have never played the recorder. 75 photocopy pages allow you to use the entire program, or to choose repertoire to supplement your existing music curriculum. This kit includes regular and kids notes notation.
Print Book + Download Edition - $40
- Printed Book
- Digital Book PDF
- Audio MP3
- Projectable Files
- Performance Videos
Download Edition Only - $35
|1.||Review BAG||13.||Ode to Joy|
|4.||GED Blued||16.||Review FED|
|5.||Blueberry Hill||17.||The Scale|
|6.||Old Brass Wagon||18.||Il est né, le Divin Enfant|
|7.||Chatter With the Angels||19.||Au clair de la lune|
|8.||Ho Ho Watanay||20.||Do Lord|
|9.||My Paddle||21.||Birch Tree|
|10.||This Little Light||22.||Surprise Symphony|
|11.||Review C and D||23.||My Country 'Tis of Thee / The Queen|
|12.||Good News||24.||O Canada|
Kids Demo Sample:
Please note: This product does not come with ukulele fingering, but we wanted to share some unique ways teachers have used this resource!