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Practice pieces for Oral Exam    10:36 on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

musicmummy
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My daughter will be sitting her grade 2 recorder exam soon and needs to practice the oral part of the test. Her teacher says you can get practice cds but I'm wondering if anyone knows where there are free downloads or sites that would help with this rather than me spending more money.

Would be lovely if someone could help
Thanks

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Many: But some may be hard    16:53 on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

lilibell896
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I am in 5th grd. so I know a lot.

Hot cross buns:
BAG BAG BBBB AAAA BAG

Merrily we roll along:
BAGA BBB AAA BBB BAGA BBB AGAGG

Ode to joy:
BBCDD CBA GGA BBAA
BBCDD CBA GGA BAGG
AABG A BCB G A BCB
A GA D''''''''
BBCDD CBA GGA BAGG

''''''''': Low and long


I got tired of typin'. Sry



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Re: Practice pieces for Oral Exam    03:46 on Monday, November 28, 2011 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Eyalk
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I know my answer is overdue, but just saw you post...
The perfect tool for your daughter is the Recorder-Master game of JoyTunes, found at:

www.joytunes.com/play?tok=8notes

It is a cool (FREE) interactive computer game that is operated by - - live playing of the recorder. While you're having fun playing, you learn how to play, practice notes and technique (which otherwise are boring to practice), and play real music.
I know kids that started to practice at home for hours with this game, so - you are welcomed to try. Let me know how it worked for you...

   

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