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Learning to play the recorder

Discussion in 'Primary' started by geek84, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. geek84

    geek84 New commenter

    Hi
    My 9 year old son wants to learn how to play the recorder.
    Are you aware of any online lessons (via youtube, perhaps)that could help with that?
    Thank You.
     
  2. nomad

    nomad Star commenter

    He would be better off using a book. "A Tune a Day" or "Recorder From the Beginning" or similar. Some come with a CD or DVD.
     
  3. Rockin Recorders is nice for beginners - there's a student book to print off, plus lesson plans for the teacher. In addition there are backing tracks which make the most basic of tunes sound quite impressive!
    http://www.studiokay.com/recorder/Homex.html

     

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