I made this set of resonator bell stairs out of some scrap wood I had in the garage. Looks like the Noteman Babies have made themselves at home!
This little tool is useful for training to recognize notes going “higher” and “lower.” I use it when doing solfege and singing-by-number exercises.
A simple wooden platform to elevate a scale’s worth of resonator bells
Looks like the Noteman Babies like to sing along!
Teaching choir members to read music on sight is one of the most important tasks a music teacher can fulfill. Here are 9 weeks worth of exercises I have developed for use with my choirs.
9 Weeks of Sight Singing Exercises
Today is the first day of November. Last month, I took up the challenge of writing 10 songs before the end of the year. Here’s what we have so far:
1. When God Looks at Me
2. The Scarlet Thread
3. What Is Christmas
4. Till We Get Home