Essential Elements - Recorder Classroom Method
From Hal Leonardby Kaye Clements, Paul Lavender, and Charles Menghini
Recorder Classroom Method
The new Essential Elements Recorder Classroom Method is designed for today's classroom, including easy-to-use technology features that enhance the learning experience for any teaching situation. Essential Elements Recorder Classroom Method can be an effective tool for introducing or reinforcing general music concepts, as an introduction to ensemble performance (band, orchestra, and choir), or individual or small group instruction.
The Essential Elements learning method features proven pedagogy that features one new concept at a time, careful pacing with reinforcement, rhythm raps, multicultural music, reviews, quizzes, and performance spotlights.
Start-Up Video - Teaches the basics of posture, hand position, breathing, tonguing, the first few notes, and instrument care. Students and teachers can access the video on the available CD-ROM, or a free online web site (for home use).
CD Play-along Tracks with Tempo Control - High quality accompaniments, featuring real instruments, expertly arranged for young musicians, in a variety of styles to make practicing productive and fun. Essential Elements recorder tracks also introduce various music ensembles such as band, orchestra, and choir. Each track's tempo can be adjusted (with included computer software).
And of course, this exciting method will work great along with your Recorder Karate and Recorder Classroom resources!
(includes Start-Up Video)