There’s A Hole In The Bucket... Band

From Plank Road Publishing

arr. Paul Jennings

(Theme and Variations on a Comic Folk Song)

Combine recorders with lots of percussion instruments in this unique set of variations. This unique arrangement offers you a lot of teaching and performance possibilities. It is based on the old cumulative folk song "There's A Hole In The Bucket." It can be performed any number of ways. This arrangement doesn't have any vocals - it is scored for soprano and alto recorder; soprano, tenor, and bass buckets; rhythm sticks; and a general percussion part that features triangle, woodblocks, shaker, cowbell, and cymbals. The soprano recorder part features the pentatonic notes low D, low E, G, A and B, and the alto recorders use just C, D, and E. (from Music K-8, Vol. 26, No. 5)

(Run time: 1:40)

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There’s A Hole In The Bucket... Band - Downloadable Bucket Band Single
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