Published Date: 2nd December 2020
Level: Early Elementary
Number of Pages: 35
Weight: 3.68 ounces
Dimensions: 7 X 0.09 X 10 inches
This book was written to help absolute beginners, whether kids or adults, learn to play in a simple and easy way that requires no knowledge of reading music.If you are a beginner, playing by note can be difficult. It is easier to follow color-coded circles with note letters.
Just by following the color circles, you will sound like an experienced musician. Playing music can be as simple and enjoyable as a game. That is our goal: to give you what’s necessary to play beautiful music while having fun.
We recommend the color bell set and 8-15 note color glockenspiel for your child’s first musical experience.
There are 3 levels in this Bell's book.
Level 1: Play by color circle. Each song here is written with color circles and letter notes inside. The circles are grouped by rhythm. The duration of the whole, dotted half, and half notes are depicted by the arches after the circles (2, 3, or 4 beats). The songs here are very familiar and simple.
Level 2: Get acquainted with the musical staff. Learn the places of each note on a staff. No note durations (note length) here.
Level 3: Play by classic note on a musical staff. Here is the “adult” musical notation: clef, duration, rests and connection of the notes, but the helpful color circles and letters are still above the notes.
Each song was adapted for the newbie - just 8 notes (one octave). At the end of the book, you will also find simple puzzles that will make reading notes easier.
London Bridge is Falling Down
The wheels on the Bus
Mary had a little lamb
Are you sleeping?
We wish you a Merry Christmas
Beethoven. Ode to Joy
Row, row, row your Boat
Hot Cross Buns
Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Do you know the Muffin Man?
Ten Little Fingers
Miss Mary Mack
A Hunting We Will Go
The Mulberry Bush
Five Little Ducks
Baby Bumble Bee
Cobbler, Mend My Shoes
This Old Man
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