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Student Resources

What would you like to see here?  Please email Mr. Peske to let him know.

 

 

5th grade Resources for Home Practice

Practice Tips for Elementary Band

 

Bells Notes Speed Game-not for iOS

 

iOS users can try Speedy Piano app

 

YouTube Video links: Getting started on

Flute  Clarinet   Sax   Trumpet   Trombone

These links take you to YouTube, so please make sure you have parent permission!

Elementary Video Lessons

created by Mr. Peske

First Rhythm Exercises (wk 1)  

 

Middle School Resources for Home Practice

Rhythm Drills

Apps, Apps, Apps

Shark Band Music

Scale Reference

Practice Report (pdf)

Symphonic Band Music

Bells Notes Speed Game-not for iOS

 

iOS users can try Speedy Piano app

Practicing Tips

Concert Band Music

Percussion Rudiments

Percussion Rudiments w/ Mark Wessels-not for iOS

iOS users try Vic Firth app

 

Study Skills Handout: How to get A's in Middle School

How do I improve my sound?

The Dallas Brass has a fantastic set of recordings to listen to with links for each instrument:

MusicTheory.net

Other Music Games

Other songs for home practice

 

 

Other Links and References

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Transposition

or: How do I play along with someone

who plays a different instrument?

Etiwanda High School Bands

Noteflight: Composition Program

Other Notation Programs

Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra

There are former Summit students in this group. Some of you should try out for this!

Treble and Bass Clef Note Names

Dallas Symphony Music Room So you want to learn to play the harmonica?
VicFirth.com  Percussion Link Band "Yellow" Notes Paper
Presidio Brass Blank Manuscript (Music Staff) Paper

Have you ever thought about going to Music Camp?

Recorder Fingering Chart

 

Q: Should I consider private lessons?

A: Private lessons are a good way for students who need an extra challenge to get some one-on-one teaching and be able to progress faster than they otherwise would.  It is important to find a teacher who will challenge the student, support what they are learning in band, and have a good rapport with the student.  Please email me and I would be happy to help you find a private teacher.