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Free Music to Print using the easiest 9 Notes

These songs supplement the Nine-Note Recorder Method. Each song is correlated to the part of the beginning soprano method for extra practice. This is especially helpful to schools that do not want students taking home the book but do want students to practice. (Correlation shown is to the full Nine-Note Recorder Method. If using the Quick Method, correlation will be different.)

Afrika (Part 8 of Nine-Note Recorder Method)

The Arkansas Traveler (Bonus part)

Bendemeer’s Stream (Part 9)

The Blue-Tail Fly (Part 8)

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (Bonus part)

Cockles and Mussels (Bonus part)

Cowboy Jack (Part 5)

Down Among the Cane-brakes (Part 10)

The Drummers (Part 10)

Farewell to Nova Scotia (Part 6)

The Foggy Dew (Part 8)

The Glendy Burk (Bonus part)

Grumbling Old Men and Women (Part 10)

Gypsy Rover (Part 9)

Hava Nashirah (Part 10)

Jolly Old Saint Nicholas (Part 6)

La Grande Chaine (Part 10)

Let Us Break Bread Together (Bonus part)

Little Jack Horner (Part 7)

Lock Lomond (Part 10)

Mi Y’Malel (Part 9)

My Grandfather's Clock (Part 9)

Nigerian Melody (Part 9)

Oshana, Shira Oshana (Part 10)

Peter Gray (Part 10; syncopation)

Red River Valley (Part 9)

Sing Your Way Home (Part 10)

Some Folks (Part 10)

Sometimes I feel Like a Motherless Child (Part 6; syncopation)

Turkey in the Straw (Bonus part)

Was My Brother in the Battle? (Part 10)

Whence, O Shepherd Maiden (Part 5)

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Harder round for 3 sopranos: Che Gusto

Use Beyond Nine-Note Recorder Method to learn these notes.

Oh, I Had Such a Pretty Dream, Mama
     old-time song for piano and voice

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