Music to inspire the young!!

Discussion in 'theMouthPiece.com User Reviews' started by Ozzielover, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. Ozzielover

    Ozzielover New Member

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    Hello out there, do any of you guys any idea on which books are best to teach the very young and beginners from?
    I remember a couple from when i learnt: Just Brass, and Tune A Day, but would appreciate any other suggestions.
    I am just starting to teach and am looking for ways to keep it fun...
    Thanks
    xx
     
  2. mome

    mome New Member

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    Switzerland
    Try the "look, listen & learn" books from De Haske, these are available for nearly all wind instruments.

    [h=2]Description[/h]Edited by acclaimed educator Philip Sparke, Look, Listen & Learn 1 - Trumpet (Book and CD) is an exciting method book/CD pack for beginners containing songs, music puzzles, games to increase your understanding of music, information about your instrument, and lots of fun pieces to play - either with the CD provided or with other students.
    Books include helpful diagrams and fun illustrations throughout.



     
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