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Beginning Clarinet Songbook

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Beginning Clarinet Songbook
Lesson 5, Song 4

Mrs. Goose Goes for a Swim

Mrs. Goose Goes for a Swim

 

Helpful Suggestions

Sound: This piece uses pitches C through A in the lower register. You can find the fingerings here.
This piece changes dynamics in the middle. The first half of the piece is piano and the second half is forte. Make sure to make a clear contrast between the two dynamic markings.

Clarinet Fingering Chart

Rhythm: Your time signature is three-four time, which means that there are three beats in a measure and the quarter note is equal to one beat. MetronomeBot's talking metronome in triple meter will help you maintain a steady tempo and accurate rhythms.
This song consists of quarter notes, half notes, and dotted half notes.

MetronomeBot Talking Metronome in Three

Melody: Mrs. Goose Goes for a Swim consists of 4, four-measure phrases. Make sure to breathe where it is marked.

Flopsy the Whimsical Clown's Pitch Name Games

Perhaps it's a good time to review your pitch names. Play Flopsy the Whimsical Clown's Name the Pitch Game.

 

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