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Musical Instruments
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2 Projects 10 Resources


Results 1 thru 2 of 2 total projects.

1.  Web Resource List (WRL)
Clarinet Performance
These web pages will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about playing the cla...
Curriculum: Performing Arts
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

2.  Web Resource List (WRL)
Basic Percussion Technques
This website provides the basic rudiments of percussion techniques. In particular, thi...
Curriculum: Other, Fine Arts
Grades: 6


Results 1 thru 10 of 10 total resources.

1.  Web Site
The New York Philharmonic Kidzone
Play games and learn about musical instruments, composers, and musicians on this fun we...
Curriculum: Performing Arts
Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
2.  Image
The zampona or panpipe is the traditional musical instrument of Peru made of bamboo and...
3.  Image
The caista, or children's rattle,is made out of a calabsh gourd and used by the Huichol...
4.  Image
African Thumb Piano
This is a musical instrument called an mbira. It is made of soft wood and some thin pie...
Curriculum: Performing Arts
5.  Audio
Hear the bell ring

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6.  Audio
Cow Bell
Hear the cow's bell ring (Keywords: barn, farm)

This resource was contributed by ...
Grades: Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3

7.  Image
Playing the Flute
Flute section of elementary children in a school band
8.  Image
Grand Piano
Black grand piano in a hotel lobby
Curriculum: Fine Arts
9.  Image
Okinawan Musicians
Musicians in Okinawa, Japan playing traditional instruments
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Performing Arts
10.  Image
Okinawan Musicians
Two Okinawan musicians who play the string instrument called "koto"
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Performing Arts

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