Educational online games activated by a real recorder
(through a microphone)
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Creating Motivation To Practice
Designed by leading musicians and recorder teachers, this award winning program exercises specific musical skills such as tone production and stability, finger technique, timing, basic ear training and more - all by playing a real recorder
Reinforcing Your Teaching Method
You don’t need to change your teaching. Simply reinforce it with this strong motivational tool. Your students will improve their skills rapidly by playing at home (while you receive progress reports), making your life much easier in the classroom.
- "They actually started practicing at home. It's fun being the coolest teacher around :)"
Danny, elementary music teacher, NY
- "I loved it so much I placed your link on our school website. Thank you!"
Mike, head of music program, UK
- “Children will be drawn to their recorder in a way that will give the word ‘practicing’ a new meaning.”
Prof. Karel van Steenhoven, recorder artist, Germany
- "I can see that it will have a lot of value to teachers and students and will be recommending it to everyone!!!"
James, elementary music teacher, Chicago
- "I'm getting so much things done in class now that my students started practicing with your game at home"
Ann, music program director
- "I truly see this game as a real breakthrough"
Prof. Michael Melzer, recorder artist, VP Jerusalem Academy of Music
- "I'm digging this program!!! It's a lot of fun for me as a teacher"
Sharon, Curriculum Support Coordinator, Australia
- "Congratulations on founding one of the greatest programs I have ever seen for the elementary school music student"
Mary Jo DePaola, music teacher
- "My students really are into the recorder games and it is a great incentive to learn the recorder"
Rob Frederick, hall of fame teacher