(Please note the book, album, and virtual Boot Camp are sold separately)
BOOK AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE HERE
PURCHASE & IMMEDIATELY DOWNLOAD THE ALBUM HERE
PURCHASE & IMMEDIATELY DOWNLOAD THE SUPPLEMENTAL
VIRTUAL BOOT CAMP (GOOGLE SLIDES) HERE***
***Please follow these directions:
Prior to purchase, please be sure to be logged into your Google account.
Once you click on "Pay" and receive your receipt, you MUST click on the "Return To Merchant" button below your purchase and merchant details. THIS IS HOW YOU RECEIVE THE DOWNLOADABLE LINK.
Please note- the Google Slides do NOT include the written music or audio files. They must be purchased separately and can then be utilized as you, the educator, see fit.
The Recorder Boot Camp approach is quite simple: give children time to develop the basics of playing the soprano recorder in an engaging, encouraging, and sequential way. Songs build upon previous concepts, giving children opportunities to become better acclimated with the instrument and its function. The music (available for download HERE) is repetitive and emulates the popular music children hear at home, in the car, and from their peers. Songs feature varied genres, major and minor keys, duple and triple meter, and varied tempi, all while establishing the foundational notes of B, A, G, and E. Use Recorder Boot Camp by itself or concurrently with any other recorder curriculum; your students will LOVE this basic training!
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