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Agogo Bells to Xylophone - Maggie Cotton


Agogo Bells to Xylophone
Media/Arrangement: Printed Book
Category: Basic Music Skills
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Order Code: 9780713673289

KS1 KS2
 

Product Description

Relaunch of an invaluable handbook for classroom music-making with clear diagrams and descriptions of a wide range of percussion instruments. Excellent for non-specialists and specialists alike, separates the xylophones from the glockenspiels.

Each common classroom instrument, from bells to blocks and whistles, is fully explained, with their secret playing techniques revealed for the class to learn. Discover how to hold claves correctly, or how to perform a tambourine thumb-trill!

With advice and guidance on instruments for those with special needs, this is an invaluable resource for every school to take advantage of their long-neglected percussion.



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