Nursery Time

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I wrote my Beginner Brass series when I was teaching many years ago and found that there was not much music available for children who have not been playing long - perhaps managing to play a bit above and below the basic Bb scale. My thinking in writing these was to give each part something interesting to play rather than a tune in one part and oom cha in the other parts. If you buy you can email me and I’ll send you the score in Sib format so that you can create whatever parts you like. The pieces are short so as not to over tire young embouchures. Well………… the kids liked to play them :-)

Score ID
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
Brass band
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