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Let's Play Recorder - Level 2

Learn about rhythms, notes, and playing the recorder! This class is for students who have mastered the notes B, A, G, and C and are ready for more notes!
Heather Oaster, MM
430 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 9 learners
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$11 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
30 minutes per class

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Class Experience

Students will work to master the notes B, A, G, C (high and low), D (high and low), and E.  As they learn to finger the notes on the recorder, they will also learn to read music on a musical staff and identify note values. 
I am a public school general music teacher and flutist turned stay-at-home mom and homeschool teacher! Recorder classes are a virtual offering of classes I have taught in the public school music class setting. 
It is suggested that students practice what they have learned in class for 10 minutes a day.  This will ensure a positive class experience.  Students are encouraged to play calmly, without overblowing. (I know families appreciate this!) 
Students will need a Baroque soprano recorder to participate in this course.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students may be asked to play individually at times during class.  I am also able to see if they are playing with the correct fingerings by watching their hand position.  If a student is struggling, they may be asked to complete another Level 2 course before moving to Level 3.  If the student is working hard in class and practicing, this is not likely to happen, but in the event that it does, it should not be viewed as a failure, but as a path to ensure success and avoid frustration. 
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.


Heather Oaster, MMLets Make Music!
430 total reviews
260 completed classes

About Me

Hello!  I am a former music teacher, turned stay-at-home mother to two wonderful little ones.  I taught elementary general music for two years before deciding to stay home with my children.  Currently, I teach music classes in my community.  I... 
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