Your Child Will LOVE Learning the Recorder With Ben the Bee, Ann the Ant & George the Giraffe.
|My name is Andrew Scott.
I’m a music teacher who specializes in teaching beginners.
I am passionate about making learning the recorder fun. When I wrote Let’s Play Recorder, I drew on almost 30 years experience teaching wind instruments. I incorporated everything those years have taught me about children and learning. Now, I want to make it really easy for you to get your child started playing their first musical instrument. I’m pleased to offer you:
|3 Free Recorder Lessons.
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|I’m confident that your child will enjoy learning the recorder using my method, and that you will want to purchase this beautifully illustrated eBook and audio package before you have finished the free lessons.
|Here is why I am confident that your child will love learning the recorder using Let’s Play Recorder.
|Have you ever known a 5 to 11 year old that didn’t absolutely love cartoons?
Deep down, would you have to admit you still enjoy them, too?
Now, imagine a series of lessons that takes vivid cartoon illustrations to teach your child how to master playing simple pieces and reading music at the same time.
That is what Let’s Play Recorder offers.
Colorful characters come alive for children, becoming their friends and transporting them from the page into an exciting fantasy world of adventure and play. In such a stimulating, happy environment kids experience learning as a joyful, fun activity.
They want to re-enter that world over and over.
|Let’s Play Recorder Turns The Mystery Of Music Into Fun!
- The first mystery—how to hold the recorder and which end to put in your mouth—is easy to solve.
- Ben the Bee makes quick work of putting your fingers in the right spot to puff out your first B note.
- Ben starts demystifying musical terms and the symbols connected with those terms—things like notes, rests and clefs.
- Then Ben leads you with catchy lyrics in playing three songs using the note B.
- The MP3s that come with the eBook, add to the fun.
|The rest of the 1st lesson strengthens the student’s skills with an additional 3 songs. They’ll learn more musical symbols, too.
|What makes this system so great?
|You can learn at your own pace. No classroom can compare.
|Far too often learning is measured by the speed at which your child progresses, instead of by how well your child has learned a skill.
I’ve worked with talented children who don’t learn quickly, but they learn very well when they can move at their own pace.
|Ann The Ant Shows Your Child That She Can Do It!
- The 2nd free lesson introduces the note A.
- Ann the Ant says you can add a new note today.
- You can play the note A.
- Ann also leads you through some new rhythms with two new songs.
- Ann knows that every time you look at the notes in the staff, and play along with the MP3s you are learning to read music at the same time.
- That’s rad, cool, and all that stuff.
- You didn’t realize it could be that easy did you?
|The 2nd half of Lesson 2 provides 3 more songs that use the note A.
The song Creepy Crawl was a big hit with my class of 6-year olds at the Aldgate Montessori School.
|Laugh And Have Fun With George The Giraffe!
- George likes the note G, so he’s going to teach you to finger his favorite note.
- He thinks that you will enjoy the lyrics to George the Giraffe and Fingers for G.
- George has more to share, but Mr. Scott says that the free lessons stop here.
- You have taken advantage of that offer haven’t you?
- Click here if you haven’t! (bookmark to sign-up box)
|So What Makes Let’s Play Recorder Worth Buying?
|Here are just some of the features that make Let’s Play Recorder one of the best recorder learning systems you could choose:
|You’ll Like The Side Benefits Your Child Experiences
- Musical training enhances brain function by training the brain to organize and work on many activities at once. When you read a note on the page, your brain has to relate that note to the way you need to hold your fingers. The note also tells you how long to play it. Now you have to co-ordinate your lungs, your fingers and your tongue. When you are first learning, this sounds complex. But the process of mastering these things develops links within the brain between many unrelated areas. The more links, the more intelligence develops.
- Music wires the brain for better math and science performance in school. Did you know that almost all the best engineers and technical designers in Silicon Valley, that hub of computer technological advancement, are musicians? This isn’t an accident. Music training actually causes long-term enhancements in the brain’s wiring that develop abstract reasoning skills more effectively than the best computer programs.Music training also helps improve verbal and reading skills. Sight-reading music activates over four areas of the brain at once! Is it any wonder
then, that musical training can help a child with attention deficit disorder learn to focus.
Connections between both sides of brain are very strong in musicians.
- Learning a musical instrument encourages self-expression. It also encourages self-discipline and persistence.
|Learning Music Actually Makes It Easier To Learn Other Things!
“OK, all that stuff may matter to parents. But don’t tell me that my 5-year old is going to care
about anything but fun.” I hear you. There is only one thing that matters to children. Play! That’s why I believe that
Your Child Should Have Fun and Think They Are Playing
While They Are Getting All These Benefits!
Here’s what one parent has to say:
“My daughter is wanting to learn more songs.
I can’t believe it only took a 5yr old 30 minutes to pick up enough notes to play a song.
It has done wonders for her confidence and she really can play the recorder. Because it has been fun as well she just loves learning different songs.
Thank you very much for making music so easy and fun.”
Tonia Shaw, Manchester, England
I’ve designed Let’s Play Recorder to make your child’s first exposure to their own musical instrument fun! With all the full-color illustrations, Let’s Play Recorder is already an excellent value. To give you even greater value I’m adding a couple of bonuses.
Bonus #1: Kids learn faster and enjoy themselves more when they can hear what they are supposed to sound like. I’ll include 51 MP3 tracks, one for every song in the book!, with a
combined value of $19.95.These quality tracks use a full backing band.
|Bonus #2: Although there’s a basic fingering chart at the back of Let’s Play Recorder, it doesn’t satisfy the eager student for long. Let’s Play Recorder Fingerings is an eBook that contains 99.9% of the advanced recorder finger patterns your child will want to know. The same cartoons that appear in Let’s Play Recorder show fingerings for all the notes from Low C to High A. That means you’ll know how to play C-sharp (and D-flat) as well as every other piano black-key equivalent. This is a $9.95 value in itself!
|Don’t Pass Up This Opportunity To Include The Fun Of Playing The Recorder In Your Child’s Life.
Playing the recorder is fun! Learning it can be just as fun with Let’s Play Recorder. After you’ve
checked out the Five Day Free Course, here’s what you can do:
Plus! You get a money back guarantee. I’m so confident that you’ll find Let’s Play Recorder worth every penny that I will refund your purchase price for up to 30 days.
All I ask is that you give the program an honest 30-day trial.
If your child hasn’t made satisfactory progress at the end of that time, simply email me, and I’ll refund your money in full.
I look forward to sharing my work with you.
P.S. The ability to play a musical instrument is a fantastic achievement, and it’s right within your child’s grasp. What better gift can you give your child or yourself?
P.S.S. There is music inside everyone. Let your child discover it today!