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Three Jelly Fish printable puppets... and a quick video of us singing the song in case you don't know it!
I Am A Poor Wayfaring Stranger arr. Paul Jennings - This Appalachian tune of the mid-South dates back to the early 1800s and was often heard during the Civil War. This arrangement features a duet, with the first part playing the melody using notes low E, G, A, and B, while the second, easier part answers the first using only G, A, B, and C. (from Recorder Classroom, Vol. 1, No. 3)
Time Traveler's Trombone, The by Paul Jennings - Here's a perfect way to let your students try 5/4 meter in a relaxed setting of our old friend, "Merrily We Roll Along." This familiar tune will help your students pick up the rhythm and they only need G, A, and B. (from Music K-8, Vol. 22, No. 3)
Classics For Recorder - by Paul Jennings - A Collection For Young Players - Playing music from great composers gives extra weight to the playing experience, and Paul Jennings is a master of making this music approachable for young players. Songs include: A Little Recorder Music (Eine Kleine Blockflötenmusik), Chester (A Revolutionary War Fantasy), Finale Maestoso (from Academic Festival Overture), Renaissance Dance (Ronde), Bridal Chorus (from Lohengrin), and A Night On Bald Mountain.