Teaching about the Flute and Piccolo in the classroom

Here are a few lesson planning ideas for teaching students about the flute and piccolo Hi-Lo Game: Play or sing a variety of melodic intervals, both ascending and descending. Ask students to discern which note comes first, the high note or the low note, by describing the interval as flute-piccolo (low-high) or piccolo-flute (high-low). This

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A Lesson plan all about the Clarinet

Here are a few lesson planning ideas that you can use when learning about the clarinet in the music class. Have fun making this simple single reed instrument You will need: pieces of paper and plastic combs, about 5cm x 5cm (two inches by two inches) Instructions: Hold a comb with the teeth pointed toward

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What are the Benefits Of Choosing A Quality Musical Instrument?

It’s so easy to think when buying student instruments that cheaper is better! But is it?......... This is simply NOT true and here are some reasons why you should not always go for the cheapest model or price available to you rather than a better known model range. Reason1: Tuning: some of the lesser priced

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