|Statement||[by] Gordon Carter. Drawings by Linda Palfreyman.|
|LC Classifications||ML460 .C37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 32 p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||68120529|
Over 30 curated videos demonstrating the sound of the instruments of the orchestra, bringing you the best performances by the best orchestras Additional printables to extend learning SQUILT Meet the Instruments: Exploring the Orchestra from Mary Prather on Vimeo. It’s a quick, simple, and engaging resource for teaching the basics of orchestra and classical music study through the instrument families. Meet the Instruments: Exploring the Orchestra Meet the Instruments consists of 32 printable instrument learning cards featuring all four families of the symphony orchestra. Exploring Shifting helps students develop shifting technique using easy exercises that provide time for students to master skills and memorize new fingerings. Each section of the orchestra plays in unison for each exercise to help with listening and tuning. Teach your children everything possible about the symphony orchestra using this downloadable resource. This convenient pdf contains 32 instrument flashcards (designed for easy double-sided printing) and exclusive access to a password-protected resource page that includes teaching suggestions, game ideas, printable, and over 3 curated videos to teach your children about the families of the.
In this fact-filled, entertaining picture book, Bruce Koscielniak gives us a lively look at the history of the orchestra and the instruments in it. From the “tooter, strings, and beaters” of the s to the keyboard synthesizers of today, this playful exploration follows the development and trends of musical instruments over the last four. — The Toronto Globe and Mail The Orchestra, a non-fiction book for children, introduces musical instruments, basic musical concepts and the symphonic orchestra. The very straight-forward text is accompanied by playful, but accurate, drawings. A number of musical concepts are explored, among them harmony, tempo and dynamics. The set is presented in a luxurious box set featuring artwork inspired by the Orchestra's architecturally stunning home in Cleveland. The album is accompanied by a page book filled with photographs and notes exploring the music within and the history of this great American orchestra/5(10). This is a Where’s-Wally-like experience exploring musical instruments and cultures from across the world. As you turn the pages, you are led on a tour of different locations around the world as the Maestro and his assistant try to find their missing orchestra before their imminent concert/5(8).
The Orchestra: The power of a full orchestra at the tip of your fingers. The Orchestra was developed for Best Service by Sonuscore / Dynamedion, the makers of Trinity Drums as well as NI Action Strings, Action Strikes and Emotive Strings. A delightfully colorful introduction to the orchestra, aimed to fire the imagination of children aged 4 9 years. There is a special guide in the book: a little green creature called Tormod. He is a troll who has come all the way from the top of a mountain in Norway to discover music/5(4). An introduction to the instruments of the Orchestra designed to be of interest to very young children. Credit: Mark Duffy. On January 24th, the SSO will bring the Northern Lights to the concert hall – John Estacio discusses his work Borealis.. The first time ever I experienced the glorious spectacle of the Aurora Borealis was a few short years ago when I arrived in Edmonton.