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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set

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These practice slideshows are meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. This is part of The Kodaly-Aspiring Recorder Method Mega BundleIncluded in this Bundle:Sol Mi/Ta TiTi Songs are: Lemonade, No Robbers Out Today, Quaker Quaker

690 pages – Zip,PDF

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Do} {Half Note}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Do/Half Note concept of the method.Songs are: Apple Tree, Chain Chain Daisy.

80 pages - PDF

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set{Tika Tika} {Ti Rest} {TiTika} {TikaTi}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Tika Tika/Ti Tika/Tika Ti concept of the method.

122 pages - PDF

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Ti - Solfege}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Ti Solfege concept of the method.

131 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Tam Ti / Ti Tam}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Tam Ti/Ti Tam (dotted quarter eighth and eighth dotted quarter)

104 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Syncopa}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 4 songs in the Syncopa (eighth quarter eighth or ti ta ti) concept of the method.

107 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Sol/Mi} {Ta/TiTi}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Ta TiTi/Sol Mi concept of the method.Songs are: Lemonade, No Robbers Out Today,

65 pages - PDF

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Re}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Re concept of the method.

80 pages - PDF

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {La} {Ta Rest}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the La/Ta Rest concept of the method.Songs are: Bell Horses, Bobby Shafto,

83 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {High Do} {Split Ti-Ti}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the High Do concept of the method.Songs are: Colorado Trail, I Lost the Farmer's

152 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Fa}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Fa concept of the method. Bim Bum, Cut the Cake, Love Somebody,

98 pages - Zip

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The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Practice Set {Tim-ka}

This set of practice slideshows is meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method. Slideshows featuring text, solfege and no text/solfege for the 5 songs in the Tim-ka concept of the method.

110 pages - Zip

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Description

These practice slideshows are meant to accompany the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method.

This is part of The Kodaly-Aspiring Recorder Method Mega

Included in this:

Sol Mi/Ta TiTi Songs: Lemonade, No Robbers Out Today, Quaker Quaker, See Saw, Starlight Star Bright {Sol/Mi} {Ta/TiTi} Practice Set *Regular $3

La/Ta Rest Songs: Acka Backa, Bell Horses, Come Butter Come, Ickle Ockle, Mill Wheel {La} {Ta Rest} Practice Set *Regular $3

Do/Half Note Songs: Apple Tree, Chain Chain Daisy Chain, King’s Land, Mouse Mousie, Pease Porridge Hot {Do} {Half Note} Practice Set *Regular $3

Re Songs: Button You Must Wander, Here Comes a Bluebird, Let Us Chase the Squirrel, Rocky Mountain, Valentine Red and Blue {Re} Practice Set *Regular $3

Tika Tika/Ti Tika/Tika Ti Songs: Dinah, Pumpkin Pumpkin, Deedle Deedle Dumpling, Jim Along Josie, Mama Buy Me a Chiney Doll, Round and Round, Hogs in the Cornfield, Hop Old Squirrel {Tika Tika} {Ti Rest} {TiTika} {TikaTi} Practice Set *Regular $3

High Do Songs: Colorado Trail, I Lost the Farmer’s Dairy Key, Pourquoi, Shortnin’ Bread, Tideo (Jingle at the Window) {High Do} Practice Set *Regular $3

Syncopa Songs: Black Snake, Fanga Alafia (Funga Alafia), Lost My Gold Ring, Riding in the Buggy (Miss Mary Jane) {Syncopa} Practice Set *Regular $3

Fa Songs: Bim Bum, Cut the Cake, Love Somebody, On Top of Old Smokey, Skipping Rope. {Fa} Practice Set *Regular $3

Tam Ti/Ti Tam Songs: Songs are: Liza Jane, London Bridge, Sarasponda, Ching-a-Ring-Chaw, My Owlet {Tam Ti/Ti Tam} Practice Set *Regular $3

Ti Solfege Songs: Songs: Here’s a Baby Birdie, Roman Soldiers, Sweet Betsy from Pike, Sweetly Sings the Swan, Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree. {Ti-Solfege} Practice Set *Regular $3

Tim-ka Songs: Billy Billy, Down to the Baker’s Shop, Go Round the Mountain, Wallflowers, Who Stole My Chickens and My Hens?{Tim-ka} Practice Set *Regular $3

3 options: With words, with solfege, “You can do it” with notes only

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“LOVE this resource!! I used it last year with my beginning recorder students and they easily picked up on reading and playing music.”

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How this recorder method works:

It seems like there is always one. There is that one student that can’t play the recorder pieces because they can’t hear how it is ‘supposed to sound’. They are frustrated, and you are frustrated with them.

This method uses what they already know: solfege and rhythm syllables. Focusing on the introduction of the fingering instead of the note name helps students understand by using a known concept instead of the idea of note names which can be very abstract for some kids.

This system lends itself well to a ‘belt’ system too if you wish. Each belt would be at the completion of a concept/set of concepts. Some concepts are grouped together, others appear separate. The rhythmic concepts are not emphasized in this system, however, the first few are introduced with the solfege to review. Some rhythmic elements are not introduced in sequence to ensure that folk songs deal with only the solfege elements that have been introduced already.

All solfege elements are practiced with 5 songs, rhythmic elements do not always have 5. Before students play each song, make sure they have been introduced to every concept in the song. I’ve included other musical elements such as repeats, anacrusis, ties, rounds, and time signature changes. Many of these do not happen until the later concepts when the children are more comfortable with the mechanics.

In addition to being relatable concepts, this system also relies on widely known folk songs. This is also to help those kids that just need to hear it to play it as a beginner. Students can still practice at home once they have sung the songs in class but this must occur before they bring it home to practice.

This method doesn’t deal with moveable do, or key signatures so that students can truly relate the solfege they know to the notes they are playing. Due to Do being fixed at C, low la and low sol do not appear but will be introduced in level 2 of the series when key changes and chromatics are introduced. If you’ve prepped them that do moves with other activities, it won’t be an issue later on if you don’t get to level 2.

Also, if you work in a district that utilizes fixed do in upper choral classes, they’ll have an advantage!

Fingering charts do not include the letter names, but rather, a line for kids to write it in once they have learned it.

Includes:

Teacher Manual

Student Book

Classroom Posters for recorder fingerings with solfege. (3 print options with and without letter names) See them here: Solfege Recorder Fingering Posters

Does not include

Method Book, Teacher Manual, Worksheets

****Read more about the curriculum here: Kodaly Recorder Blog Post

Download the preview to see the Teacher Manual and the Student Book.

Kodaly Concepts Covered in the following order:

Sol/Mi & Ta/Ti-Ti (So/Mi option included)

La & Ta Rest

Do & Half Note

Re

Tika-Tika

Ti Rest & Ti-Tika

Tika-Ti

Ti (Single Eighth Note)

High Do

Fa

Syncopa

Tam Ti

Ti Tam

Ti – Solfege

Tim-ka

Resources for the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method

The Kodály-Aspiring Recorder Method Level One

The Kodály Aspiring Recorder Resources

Check out the sample pack of the Kodály-Aspiring Recorder

Love the Kodaly recorder?

Check out my Folk Song Files for the Kodály Classroom

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