Echoing Notes

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Full details

Written to encourage listening/ear training in beginner guitar players and road tested in individual and group guitar lessons and Wider Opportunities sessions. The student should listen and echo each phrase heard on the MP3 immediately (WITHOUT referring to the music!) The range is G, B, E - ie open strings to make it easy - and A is introduced towards the end to resolve the piece. The phrases get progressively more difficult. Echoing Notes can be used with reading or non-reading guitar players from lesson 1 onwards. I use it all the time to encourage listening with single students and groups from 2-30 children. You can also use Kodaly hand signals to great effect with classes.


Score ID
77523
Year of composition
2007
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
2 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Acoustic Guitar [notation])
Genre
Rock and Pop Music
Licensing

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