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YOUSTART. BEFORE
look Assemb eyourrecordorlo

Handand Finger Position


yoLrihumb lhe over Place deol ronehole theunders on youriirsl Place $e rcorder overloneholes lhree ilrgrs 3. 1 .2 and P aceyourthumb lhe on oithe underside recorder Placelhe restolYourlingers o v err oneho l e s 4 ,a n d 7 . 5,6, looljoinlsothal Folale the y comlorlabonthe7lhhole. wilh f lhe . Cutoe yourfinge6 nalurally cover toneholes your nqedips. and

TONE. A GETTING GOOD


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. FORYOURRECORDER CARING
or a usewiih linffreeclolh swab . Dry insdeofyourrecorderaltereach lhe . Keeplhe mouthp cban. ece put alwavs ibackin ts case yo! . When arenollslngyourrecorder,

THEBASICS
STAFF

PIANO KEYBOARD

I I Ttl t I I tl ! I I I T I I

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A B C DE F G

MUSICAL ALPHABET

MEASURESTIMESIGNATURE
oeats eacrmeasure ln 4 = iour one ceives bear 4 = quadffnore

OUARTER
NOTE

oear J = one in!r me REST

QUARTER

in or | = orebeai sirence? I me

1. THEFIRST NOTE

pay * wnle In rhecolnins andilap lhe rhylhmsbeloeyou

2. THESECOND NOTE

FEATUBE 3. DOUBLE

* Areyouplaying a steady s?am produce smooth, wn lone? wirh air to a

IT 4. MIXING UP

* Nodoube bar keepongoingl

MARCH! 5. FORWARD

* Aryo! playing lh qoodhandposlon? w

cJ---+--f----

6. G WHIZ

WE 7. MEBRILY ROLLALONG

ly

O er th deep blue sea.

8. NAMEGAME

IC

o o

HALFNOTE

) )

,)

4 4
= iwo bals ol

Jll:.1 i.l
1 2 3 ,4

HALFREST TIE

-::-

Ime sibncsina

in?time

A e sa cu r u e d lin e lhal 1wo connecls nolesol lhe same p rch. the Hold noleforlhe olihe cornbinedvalue lwo notes.

TOGETHER 9. TIE'EM

you plaJi befc're * Wit6 n lhe counlinqand ciap lh6 rhrnhms

SHOW 10. HALFTIME

BREATHMARK
BUNS fl. HOTCROSS
Foll Enghsh Sonq

w
Hot

12. WHO|S|T?
,

it?

it

i! 1

It

BEPEAT SIGN

Play prsvious ths seclion

DE 13. AU CLAIR LA LUNE

* Fepeal rhabeginnlng. lo

14. C-SAW

15. JUBA

16. TRICKY RHYTHM

MELODY 17. NORWEGIAN

REVIEW 18. RAVE

you * wrle mlhenol names belor play

't9. IN HARMONY

Duel

20. AREYOUREADYFORA NEWNOTE?

2|, LEAPIN'LIZARDS

22. LITTLEROBINREDBREAST

fall

ing of

rhe

yeu.

23. RHYTHM RIODLE


you t Draw lhebar ines n belore play,

24. AURALEE

lee,-

Aur

a Lf,e,

Maid with gol den

hair

25. ODETO JOY

26. NOTEDECODER

R--OB

ST U-

NT

I\,I K S

T H,

* Wite in lhe nolenameslo6mp etelhe secrel message.

WHOLE NOTE WHOLE REST

= r o u r b e a lsln ; e lim

= fourbeals or siLencef ti'" in

4 4

||l

"=) )-

J.l JJ

1234

27. WHOLE LOTTACOUNTIN'

you * wire il rh .ounh! anoc apih 14hns@lote p av

24. PLAY TOGETHER

Duet Elledge

B.

pitch The shapralsesthe ol a noleonehalf in lor srep.11mdnselfect thesnltemeasure,

SHARP

!-r

YOURSKILLS 29. SHARPEN

+*

E= I=

* ii";"l$ *' *" *"0 '"..*."-"o .,,n"ln, '"-"*..,

30. coAslNG

you betore play * Wdten thenolnames

ROW 3.I. LIGHTLY

B.

KEY SIGNATURE 32. LOOKSHARP

you When sselh s keysignatu, play allFs as F shaps.

SINGSTHE DONKEY 33. SWEETLY

Tradiliona 2-Parlround

34. MARY ANN

35. MATCHMAKER
2 F n rhelngenngcharllo malchlhenot6.

DOTTED HALFNOTE

) = )_)

"l_J_J

THEDIFFERENCE 36. THEDOTMAKES

p blorovouay lh and * Wnle thecounling clap rht4hms in

HAYDN 37. HELPING

* DEwinlhe barlnesberoyoup av

TIME SIGNATURE

3 4
r e c e v e s o n e b e a l c o u n lin g

DIODLE DIDDLE 38. HEY,

SONG 39. GERMAN

* Wrllein lhe @unlng andclap1ne lhylhmsbelo youp av

40. KNUCKLEBUSTER

4I. THECUCKOO SONG

BEANS 42. OATS,PEAS,

an - y - one knor, Hos

orK, peas,bee,, a4d

rN 43. LUCYLOCKET llJ


Kil ty Fish er found On -ly rjb bon lound

,I4. LOTUS FLOWER

45. SADSONG

B6la Baddk

46. WETHREEKINGS

47. ICHABACKA

low * 8!owsoftytor D, Ich-a back a

Ou t

48. GOODKINGWENCESLAS

s ---1------t

_'----:

le WI ena pooroan k ne i n s ig h t , Ca r h : r in g win r

49. JOLLYOLDST.NICK

Ame ouer-Traditional canCarcl

EIGHTH NOTE

= on"-nu,to," o"rt iniand rime. i Aneighrh ishaltas nore .[

4 4
I & 2 .& 3 & 4 &

"' ).l) = J
50. DOUBLE PLAY

J! .fl:'.b.b.fr.

tW te n lh counung claplhe ftylhmsbeto youplay and

5I. CALYPSO SONG

52. EIGHTH NOTE EXPLORER

* W re'nihcolnlnAandclaplhe you rhylhmsbebre play.

DOODLE 53. YANKEE CHACHA

54. FEEL THEPULSE

* Wrire'.lhecounli.g andc aplhe

bofor-yor olar. 'ryihms

55. CRAZY CAMPTOWN

NOTE EXPRESS 56. EIGHTH

* Wil i- ihe colnlingd_dclp''6 ft/'ns

you belore pat

SHOW 57. TALENT

58. UNEXPECTED EIGHTHS

59. F IS FORFUN

lhanFsharpl lo " * Bmember p ay F ralher

BUNS 60. HOTCROSS

Folk English Song

61. HOP, OLDSQUIRREL

Eidledun,idledun,Eop,old squirrI,

Hop,old squirel.

el ! in ledun. eidledM. Hop,old squin

RISE SUGAR, 62. RISE,

63. PAWPAWPATCH

oh ded ht tle Nel Uel Where, where, is

Wher. where.is oh

ded lrtb Nel_lie? 'Wavdownvon derin the taw pawpatch

NATURAL
64. CHROMATIC CAPERS

ora Thenaturalsign cancsls asharp in lor llal.ltrsmains efiect ihentire

65. WILLYOUPLAY THERIGHTNOTES? ALL


t

$
play you When seeihis si9natuf6, key sha.ps tlats or onlywhen appear they inircnloi a nolenlhernusic.

KEV SIGNATURE 66. TOP CAT

* L@kcarclullyai lhe key signatuei

67. COPY CAT

68. MINUTEMAN MARCH

69. THE ERIECANAL

Fif- teenmiles o!fie

E.ieCa-nal,She\a

goodoldwork-e! and a soodold pai,

FiI - teen nneson tle E ne Ca- nal.

70. FINGER POWER

71. CAREER BLUES DAY

Elledg/Hsnry-Ouet

ke-yer, as- tro-naut. B.

B.

ol ths owers pitch a noleonehafslep TheJlat measure lor in ft.amains elfeci theenlire
B tlat

NATURAL SEEMONLY 72. FLATS


B ilai

STAIRS 73. CLIMBING

KEYSIGNATURE

yo! When seelh s keysignalure, PaY

74. LOVESOMEBOOY

LnvesonFbodybut I won ttell who

SONG 75. THELAUGHING

Tradilional -2-Parl Bound

Laus!,ha,ha!

willlaughbestl Heresa mer-ly jestl Burif vou willauehlasr,vou

76. BAFFLING "8"

77. ANOTHER BAFFLING ''B''

Ths rime lirsr through pisce, the

FIRST and ENDINGS SECOND

playlhe lirst ending and repeal as

usual. sscond thrcugh, The lims skip in$ ending p ayths rhe and

DOODLE WOLLY 78. POLLY

A 79. BRING TORCH


lr. lt-

il BandMethod lry pLayirg withthe bandl * Thiseng alsoappeaB lhe BESTlN CLASS ln

80. LULLABY

TWSTER 81, FINGER

82. SOBRE LASOLAS

MY 83. CANYOUGUESS NAME?

84. BALANCE THE SCALES


nolesio balancelhe s@les.

).
3,

Jt
5.

1,

2.

* ae sur lhal lh nobs and resls add up lo the samenumberol beals on each side ol ihe scale.

2
TIME SIGNATURE
11- a*n* -t I I

J -::; . lj, . l)
counrng 1'&

2l&

85. THE LITTLEBELLSOFWESTMINSTER

PICK.UP NOTES

the Note noleslhat comebelore or iilsllul measure a piece music. ot ot

86. CARNIVAL OFVENICE

TELLOVERTURE 87. WILLIAM

DOTTED QUARTER NOTE

I +12 =1h beals Feminder:a dot aflei a note addshallthsvalueol ihe nole.

r. : J_) ", U_.l)


88. TWOWAYS PLAYIT TO

:J . l - : ,.f:.1 )
1

&

* W Iinlhcounling claptherhythfrs and beloeyouplay.

89. RHWHM RAMBLE

90. PATRIOTIC MELODY

9I. MOLLY MALONE

t.

, ll2.

92. HOWLOWCANYOUGO?

SONG 93. MORNING

Gneq

TEMPOS

And,ne

moderalelyslow

Tenpos i.dicaieihe speedai

vodersto

moderdle

nusicistobeperomo wl^ich

94- THEME FROMTHE NEWWORLDSYMPHONYo*onrn o_ia*

PLAYER 95. HARPSICHORD

Bach Johann Sebaslian

BARLINES 96. BAFFLING


beab 1. DEwlhe baiines5othaleachmasureconlainslour rhfhms 2. Wile inlhecounlingandcraplhe

SLUR
97. SMOOTH SOUND

rwo nores d/t6rrtpitchs. Tongue ol


lheli6t noteandmovetothesecond not wilhoutlonguing, Keepthearmoving.

Asllris a curyedinelhatconnecls

98. SLIPPERY SLURS

I
TIME SIGNATURE

c=

99. AUSTRIAN MELODY

* Wile in lh not6 namsbloreyou p ay.

IOO. SIMPLE GIFTS

Sh .ke r So i g

FERMATA
(somelimes leda ' hold) ca

a\

Pl.y thefole longer thanils usualvaue.

SONG IO1. HERITAGE


rn

102. KOOKABURRA

Found Auslralin FolkSong 3-pad

2,

r3_

riugh, kooka- buFra,

DYNAMICS 103. BTNGO

1'=

wilh Play a soltvolume.

104. E-Z DOESlr

* Bsuraralvor l6hll^unbon y @ve" hal,o'rh lonehole

105. DO IT WITHE'S
rn
withlhe samenameis calledan oclav. * The distancel@ma nole Io th6 n6xth ghesior lowsl1016

106. OLD MAC'SFARMYARD

/:\

D.C. FINE AL

you r,C. dl rire, When seeihe D.C (Da Capo = beEinning ) and backlothe beginning 9o stopwhenyoucomsto the Fire

IO7. STAR GAZER

Mozad wollgang Amadeus

How I

11

TIME 1O8.TEMPO
lo wite n lhe iol owingtenposlromslowest laslsl

109. THISOLD MANHASRHYTHM

DYNAMICS

Play wilha medium volume. son Play llll wilha medium volume.

THENIGHT 110.ALLTHROUGH

God will send thee, AI

Soft and drowey

hoursarecEep.ins,

SYMPHONY THE FOURTH 11.I.THEMEFROM


PeleryichTschiakovsky

DANCE I12. ROUND


Tielman Susalo/arr, Ede 1o

B.

a.

Tr i ssp e c al pagers l ex faprac lc a . d lln o . y o l' r e c o r d e r . o

COME.FOLLOIiV
l,

Tradilional-3-parl Round

fol - low, fol -ios,

fol low, lol-lov,

2.

lo r lo w, t o l. lo v , wt n h - e r s h a l. lo f lo $ , f ol l o w !h e e ? I

3.

lo fte gieen-wood, lo lhegreeNood. To lhe gFen w@d, greenwood tree.

JINGLE BELLS

Ln ele all

ft.

t 12.

o n e or r o - p e n sle icn ,He yl n

IN THESAINTS MARCHING GO WHEN

Oh, when the sinh,-

so mech ine In, -

Oh,whenthe saintsgo

oh, I

GLOSSARY
and R6ats RHYTHM-?|ot3

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Slgnatutsa RHVTHM-Time
FOUFFOUfiNME I lHuEsB nE I

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BASTCS

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dl-d-E-

-e""tao"no

pl4thspl@sglonolmlgc4ff

muic +F

rcr sdne. rd p4 rhesmdsd4 'ha

(.HOo') FciMAr.A

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