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Page 3
1MP3 Your First Note
3MP3 The First Quarter
2MP3 Half the Time
Pages 4 & 5
4MP3 Your Second Note
6MP3 The Second Quarter
8MP3 The Third Half
5MP3 The Second Half
7MP3 Your Third Note
9MP3 The Third Quarter
Pages 6 & 7
10MP3 Moving Down
12MP3 Down and Up
14MP3 Merrily We Roll Along
11MP3 Stepping Back Up
13MP3 Hot Cross Buns
Page 8
15MP3 Hot Cross Buns
17MP3 Au Clair De La Lune
16MP3 Merrily We Roll Along
Pages 10 & 11
18MP3 Scale Song
20MP3 Friendship Fun
22MP3 Oats and Beans and Barley Grow
19MP3 Down by the Station
21MP3 A Minor Mood
23MP3 Rap 'n' Rhythm
Pages 12 & 13
24MP3 Go Tell Aunt Rhodie
26MP3 Ode to Joy
25MP3 Good King Wenceslas
27MP3 Lightly Row
Flute 28 Meet the Instruments
The FLUTE, which is made of metal, is a member of the woodwind family and plays the high notes in band and orchestra music. The flute is played by blowing across the open hole in the mouthpiece , much like you might blow across the top of a bottle to make a sound. The air that goes into the instrument vibrates to produce the flute sound. To play sounds (notes) that are higher or lower, you release or depress the keys.
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Pages 14 & 15
29MP3 Aura Lee
31MP3
33MP3 Over My Head
30MP3 Jingle Bells
32MP3 Jingle in Eighths
Pages 16 & 17
34MP3 Barcarolle
36MP3 Love Somebody
35MP3 The _______ Song
37MP3 The Days of the Week
Clarinet 38Meet the Instruments
The CLARINET, which is made of wood, is a member of the woodwind family. The clarinet is played by blowing across a reed made of wood (cane), which is attached to the mouthpiece. The reed vibrates and sends the vibrations through the instrument to produce the clarinet sound. To play sounds (notes) that are higher or lower, you release or depress the leys.
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Pages 18 & 19
39MP3
41MP3
43MP3 Rockin' Recorder
40MP3 Goodbye Old Paint
42MP3 The Dixieland _______
Pages 20 & 21
44MP3 Jolly Old St. Nicholas
47MP3 Lullaby
49MP3 Frog Song
45MP3 Advantage: Rhythm
48MP3 The _______ Rap
Saxophone 46Meet the Instruments
The SAXOPHONE, which is made of brass, is a member of the woodwind family. Like the clarinet, the saxophone is played by blowing across a reed made of wood (cane), which is attached to the mouthpiece. The reed vibrates and sends the vibrations down through the instrument to produce the saxophone soound. To play sounds (notes) that are higher or lower, you release or depress the keys.
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Pages 22 & 23
50MP3 Adding Bar Lines
53MP3
55MP3 Happy Little Donkey
52MP3 Beautiful Brown Eyes
54MP3 Trumpet Tune

Trumpet 51Meet the Instruments
The TRUMPET, which is made of brass, is a member of the brass family. It is played by buzzing the lips in the mouthpiece. The vibration of the lips sends vibrations down into the instrument to produce the trumpet sound. To play sounds that are higher or lower, you release or depress the valves.
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Pages 24 & 25
56MP3 Red River Valley
59MP3 Its Raining, It's Pouring
61MP3 lay Percussion
57MP3 Musette
60MP3 When the Saints Go Marching In
Snare Drum 58Meet the Instruments
The SNARE DRUM is made of wood or metal. It has a drum head on both the top and bottom. It also has wire snares which lightly touch the bottom head. It is played by striking the top head with a stick. The head vibrates and sends the vibrations through the drum to the bottom head which also vibrates, causing the snares to vibrate and produce the snare drum sound.
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Pages 26 &27
62MP3 Yankee Doodle
65MP3 Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
67MP3 Trombone Time
63MP3 This Old Man
66MP3 The Victor's March
Trombone 64Meet the Instruments
The TROMBONE, which is made of brass, is a member of the brass family. Like the trumpet, it is played by buzzing the lips in the mouthpiece. The vibration of the lips sends the vibrations into the instrument to produce the trombone sound. To play sounds (notes) that are higher or lower, you move the slide in or out.
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Pages 28 & 29
68MP3 Mary Ann
71MP3 A Bicycle Built for Two
69MP3 Theme from Symphony No. 1
72MP3 Violin Song
Violin 70Meet the Instruments
The VIOLIN is made of wood with four strings attached. It is a member of the string family and playes the high notes in the orchestra. It is played by plucking the strings with the finger (like a guitar) or by drawing a bow across them. The strings vibrate to produce the violin sound. To play sound (notes) that are higher or lower, you depress the strings at different points.
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Page 30
73MP3 This Little Light of Mine
 
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