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Piano in a Flash for Kids! Printable Graphics and Audio Examples


Please find below, links to each graphic referenced in this book. The links are listed by page number.

The graphics are in the Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format, which will allow you to open and print the file no matter what computer or operating system you might be using.

A few technical notes should you have any problems ...

If you click on a link and it does not appear in your web browser correctly after a few seconds it means that you don't have a plug-in installed that reads pdf files from within your browser. No problem ... In that case, download the file to your hard drive by control+clicking (Mac) or right clicking (windows) the link. Once the contextual menu appears, choose the command that says something like "Save File to Disk" or "Download Link to Disk" depending on your particular browser. Note where you are saving the file; then open it using Acrobat Reader as opposed to your browser. You can then print it out from there. You are good to go!


 

Page # Graphic Link
34 Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
36 Are You Sleeping?
37 This Old Man
37 Row, Row, Row Your Boat
38 Jingle Bells
43 Are You Sleeping? Leadsheet
47 Are You Sleeping? Leadsheet
49 Row, Row, Row Your Boat Leadsheet
53 This Old Man Leadsheet
56 Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Leadsheet
58 Chord Symbol Chart
65 Ode to Joy
66 Hokey Pokey
67 When the Saints Go Marching In - C
70 When the Saints Go Marching In - F
74 Jingle Bells -Traditional Notation
77 Birthday
84 America
86 She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
89 Take Me Out to the Ball Game
94 Kum-Ba-Yah
97 Amazing Grace
100 Oh, Susannah
102 He's Got the Whole World In His Hands
105 Yankee Doodle
109 Michael Row the Boat Ashore

Chapter 8 Audio Examples

Please find below, links to one audio example for each of the eight examples in chapter 8 from the book. They are listed by page number.

The audio files are in the.mp3 format, which should allow you to open and listen to the file no matter what computer or operating system you might be using.

A few technical notes if you have problems ...

First of all, make sure you have your volume turned up.

If you click on a link and the audio file does not appear in your web browser and start playing correctly after a few seconds it means that you don't have a plug-in installed that reads.mp3 files from within your browser. No problem ... In that case, download the file to your hard drive by control+clicking (Mac) or right clicking (windows) the link. Once the contextual menu appears, choose the command that says something like "Save File to Disk" or "Download Link to Disk" depending on your particular browser. Note where you are saving the file, then open it using any other program you may have on your computer that can play.mp3 files as opposed to playing the file from within your browser.

Page # Audio Link
91 Example A - Raising the Melody Line One octave
95 Example B - Playing the Melody Line In Octaves
95 Example C - Filling in Chords With Your Right Hand
98 Example D - Playing Multiple Chords Per Measure
101 Example E - Rhythmic Patterns With Chords
102 Example F - Playing Only Roots With Your Left Hand
106 Example G - Root First, Then Chord
107 Example H - Broken Chords