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$10million violin damaged by shark attack

April 3, 2013

http://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/Article/338257,tognettis-violin-damaged-in-shark-attack.aspx

If you share this article with anyone else, make sure you read the date it was published!!!

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10 free Lion King video clips re. making of


May 9, 2013

www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJkUKcNcfR0 This is the first of TEN free YouTube clips about the making of the stage production of the Lion King. Classes might talk about musicals, African music, percussion, music to create moods … ENJOY!

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15 free Carnival of the Animals activities

June 19, 2011

Katie Wardrobe has put together 15 websites to help teach “Carnival of the Animals”

http://midnightmusic.com.au/index.php/2011/06/15-fantastic-free-carnival-of-the-animals-resources/

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3MBS education program Saturday morning 8am

January 28, 2011

3MBS education program

Saturday morning 8am

Australia/Melbourne 103.5 FM

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3MBS FM

January 13, 2011

3MBS FM – Program Highlights 3MBS FM is Australia’s leading Community radio station for Fine Music – Classical, Folk and Jazz.

3MBS FM can be streamed live over the internet, making it easy to tune into their “Classically Kids” program from all over the world: Saturday mornings 8-9am (AEST).

3MBS FM 103.5 if you are in Melbourne!

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3MBS Kids – taking requests for Classically Kids


August 6, 2011

Step 1. Just get your school, music class, choir or even just one person from your group  to choose a piece of classical or jazz music.
Step 2. Send your request to  -   3mbskids@gmail.com
Step 3. We’ll e-mail you back to let you know when we’ll be playing your request.
Step 4. Tune in and listen! Easy as that. You can listen on the radio (in/around Melbourne) and stream the show online (all over the world).

Classically Kids EVERY Saturday from 8am – 9am on 3MBS 103.5 FM, with Jacqui and Adam

www.3mbs.org.au

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ABC Keys to Music podcasts

February 15, 2011

ABC Keys to Music – listen to a 4-part series of audio podcasts from May 2009. Richard Gill and Graham Abbott discuss the importance of quality school Music Education for all Australian children.

(Scroll down the webpage to the heading “Music Education Series”)

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ACO Education program 2012


November 4, 2011

Read about the ACO Schools’ Program for 2012

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ACO October 2013 on period wind instruments


April 17, 2013

http://www.aco.com.au/whats_on/event_detail/brahms4 – short video clips on website

Program

DVOŘÁK Cello Concerto
BRAHMS Symphony No.4

Artists

Richard Tognetti Director and Violin
Steven Isserlis Cello


The Fourth is Brahms’ final and greatest symphony. Here, Brahms takes flight, as he melds the soaring sounds of Romanticism to classical structure in a constantly evolving drama.

Brahms premiered the symphony with a small orchestra of 48 musicians, which he declined to augment. ACO follow his lead and perform with wind instruments from Brahms’ time.
Steven Isserlis is the epitome of the intelligent and passionate cellist. Isserlis first played this concerto as a child. “I used to think it was so joyous,” he says. “As I’ve got older, the more tragic it seems.”
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ACO Reef documentary (ABC)


February 22, 2013

www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-EkRHRxSDY ACO is currently touring “The Reef” program around Australia – this 2 minute YouTube clip shows ACO’s multimedia approach – music + waves + technology. Ask students for other ideas re. uniting Art music with nature. View the concert program HERE.

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ACO Virtual – 3D


May 9, 2013

http://www.theartscentregc.com.au/whats-on/whats-on-items/aco-virtual

The Gold Coast Arts Centre is launching ACOVirtual – a 3D experience of the Australian Chamber Orchestra for all ages!

Watch the “making of” ACOVirtual HERE

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Acoustical Science (ArtsEdge USA)

June 1, 2010

Go to resource: Brass Instruments and Pitch, Percussion Instruments and Pitch, String Instruments and Pitch, & Woodwind Instruments and Pitch are four lessons that cover how to make basic musical instruments. The lessons are written by Leslie Thomas and published by the Kennedy Center US. The production of sound through string, brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments is explored. The lessons are designed for K-4 students (US).

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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is a professional orchestra, resident in South Australia.

Their education programs include open rehearsals, school student concerts, in-schools performances, and composition competitions.

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Adventures in Music with the Recorder

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: Adventures in Music with the Recorder was developed in 1997 by Ubisoft. This software is designed to teach children how to play the recorder. Music literacy, rhythm, tempo, melody, and harmony are introduced. The software contains 37 songs and 60 music lessons, with options to download further songs from the Ubisoft website.

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Are apps saving Classical music?


August 30, 2013

Read the article here: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323585604579009041451441648?mg=reno64-wsj.html?dsk=y

It makes reference to Touch Press iPad apps such as: Beethoven’s 9th, The Orchestra, and a Liszt Sonata (piano) app.

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ArtPlay (Melbourne)

January 23, 2010

ArtPlay is an arts centre in Melbourne that provides school and holiday programs for children and youth. Some of these programs are focused on music and each program is linked to the Victorian curriculum. The site also contains links to bookings and advocacy about the value of the arts in education.

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ArtPlay Big Jam in Melb 11/11/12


October 31, 2012

CALLING ALL GUITARISTS, RECORDER PLAYERS, UKULELE-ISTS…

(and flutes, and violins, and clarinets, and saxophones, and bass guitars, and cellos, and marimbas, and percussion… and any other instrument you like)

Do you play an instrument? Would you like to join a band? Come to ArtPlay in the heart of Melbourne on Sunday 11 November to help us form the biggest band ArtPlay has ever seen or heard!

The event is ‘Jump on the Bandwagon’ and the aim is to see how many musicians – all ages, all playing together – it takes to fill ArtPlay with music. In the course of an hour we will create a brand new piece of music, with help from some of Melbourne’s most inspiring and innovative musicians from the jazz, classical and rock music worlds.

‘Jump on the Bandwagon’ is a Big Jam for the whole family, and everyone is invited – mums, dads, brothers and sisters, grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles – and anyone else! You can be any age and of any level of musical experience. More experienced players will learn new music, invent riffs and rhythms, improvise a solo, and work alongside musicians from the MSO, the Australian Art Orchestra, and Melbourne’s diverse freelance scene. First-timers will have the unforgettable experience of being part of a large and tight ensemble – like an orchestra but with a few more electric guitars and a lot more percussion.

BYO instrument or play one of ours on the day.

Jump on the Bandwagon

Sunday 11 November

ArtPlay (Birrarung Marr, behind Federation Square)

11am-12noon and 2pm-3pm (choose one session or come to both – no two sessions are the same)

$10 per family

Bookings – ArtPlay, 96647900

http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/artplay/WhatsOn/Pages/SpecialEvents.aspx

Created and led by Gillian Howell, leader of Big Jams for Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, City of Manningham, and others.

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ArtsAlive.ca

February 15, 2011

ArtsAlive.ca – US website with lots of free lesson plans, recordings and interactive Music websites

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AUSTA String event 16 June 2013 Brighton Vic


June 4, 2013

Exciting new AUSTA Vic event – World Music Fiesta

Sunday, June 16, 1.00 – 4.00 pm

St Leonards College, 163 South Rd. Brighton East

An afternoon of string workshops in eclectic styles, followed by a concert at 3.30.

Students, adults and teachers are warmly encouraged to participate.

Three workshop sessions in different styles will run concurrently:

Scottish Fiddle with the founder of the Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, Judy Turner,

Rock Strings, a contemporary workshop with Ben Hooper, who has worked closely with AUSTA VIC conference favourite Mark Wood,

Balkan Gypsy &Klezmer Strings with Sarah Busuttil, violinist of the esteemed ensemble The Woohoo Review.

Each workshop session will develop a performance piece (or pieces) which will be presented in the afternoon concert. (3.30 – audiences welcome!)

Schools with established world music ensembles or contemporary string groups are welcome to apply to perform at this event.

The day aims to be a colourful representation of some of the fabulous eclectic ensembles currently running in schools.

Cost per student $15, AUSTA members $10

Further details: Karen Kyriakou, 0417 052 677

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AUSTA String Festival 28 July 2013 (Vic)


June 21, 2013

Registrations are now open for the AUSTA String Performers Festival, a welcoming, non-competitive performance opportunity for students. String students of all levels are welcome and all performers will receive written feedback and a trophy. Family and friends will make up the audience for each session.

When: Sunday 28th July, 2013 from 9am – 2pm

Where: Scotch College Music Department, Morrison St. Hawthorn.

- Students will be allocated a one hour session time and will stay to watch the entire session.  This will expose your students to different levels and musicians from all around Victoria.

- Performers can rank their preferred session times and we will try to accommodate them as much as possible.

- The performance time limit for each player is 5 minutes.

- Having the accompaniment is not compulsory. A Festival Accompanist is available for students up to AMEB Grade 4 in sessions 1 & 2 only (9am – 11am).  Students are welcome to play without the accompaniment or bring their own pianist.

- String teachers who are not able to attend on the day can still allow their students to perform.

- Once session times are allocated, we will advise you by email of your scheduled performance time.

Entry fee: $15 per performer. Family discount of $10 for each additional child applies.

Audience free of charge.

Registration forms http://www.austa.asn.au/1_Public/chapter_template-1.php?chapter=VIC

This is a great opportunity for students to practise performing in a relaxed and friendly environment, with written feedback offered. Please note the date and let your students know.

Registrations: james.deRozario@scotch.vic.edu.au

Enquiries: lesleyqualtrough@yahoo.com.au or 0411 479 313

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Ben Northey – Conducting Workshop


May 28, 2011

Ben Northey is the conductor clinician for a seminar, master class and video workshop for school band directors. We are proud to be able to celebrate Ben’s appointment as Associate Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. This special event is presented by The Grainger Wind Symphony in partnership with the Australian Band and Orchestra Directors Association (Victoria branch). Ben’s services is provided by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the event is assisted with sponsorship from Allans Music + Billy Hydes.

On Wednesday 8 June, at 5.30pm the public Seminar has Ben talking and answering questions about Exploring the Art of Conducting. At 6.30pm, the full participants have a public Conducting Master Class with Ben as clinician but without piano or any instrumentalists. At 7.30pm finger food is provides free. From 8.30pm each full participant in turn conducts The Grainger Wind Symphony in a public Video Workshop with maestro Northey as clinician.

All three sessions are open to the public. You are all encouraged to come to congratulate Ben for his appointment and learn from his experiences in music and conducting from his youth in Ballarat to his studies at University of Melbourne with John Hopkins and at the Sibelius Academy in Finland.  Entry fee includes membership of the Australian Band and Orchestra Directors Association (Victoria). Apply to come by the due date so catering can be arranged for you

Full participants will conduct in the one hour Master Class a concert band work of their choice, and conduct the same in front of The Grainger Wind Symphony with about 12 minutes of podium time. There is a strict limit of 8 full participants. The first eight places will go to the suitable applicants who pay their fee first. Applications for full participants will close on Friday 1 June.

The venue is the De Young Performing Arts Centre at Carey Baptist Grammar School, 349 Barkers Road, Kew.

Application form, fees and more information can be download from the GWS website, www.graingerwindsymphony.asn.au.

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Biggest Orchestra world record 2013


July 14, 2013

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-07-13/australias-biggest-orchestra-breaks-world-record/4818698

world’s biggest orchestra attempt a success – over 7000 Aussie musicians

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Bolero Flash Mob

October 6, 2011

www.classicalarchives.com/feature/dont_miss_this.html

This is great fun … On May 2, 2011, the Copenhagen Philharmonic amazed commuters at the Copenhagen Central Train Station, as they created a kind of orchestral “flash mob” – performing Ravel’s famed Bolero, with the musicians gradually assembling in place as the work progresses. The video – which shows not only the assembling orchestra, but also the delighted faces of the commuters – has generated overwhelming interest, and indeed has exceeded the orchestra’s expectations.

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Boomerang Jam

January 24, 2010

Go to resource: Boomerang Jam by Susie Davies-Splitter and Phil Splitter, is published by Two Up Music Education, 2000. The publication is a collection of songs employing contemporary styles that can be utilised in the classroom. A teacher’s manual is also available.

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Brass Bedlam (Vic incursion)


November 18, 2011

Brass Bedlam: A mad-cap, educational romp through history using brass instruments, song and verse.

Book now for 2012.

kaddis@melbpc.org.au

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busking for Beethoven

March 28, 2013

Play this film clip of “Best Coin” to your class … discuss why people respond emotionally to music … then discuss ways they could create their own flash mob in your community.  www.wimp.com/bestcoin/

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Cello Wars


April 28, 2013

Try this fun YouTube clip as an ice-breaker at the start of Music class – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgAlQuqzl8o. Would the same battle work on clarinet? Ask the kids for their own ideas on musical parodies.

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Chinese Instruments (ArtsEdge USA)

June 1, 2010

Go to resource: Chinese Instruments is a two-lesson unit published by ArtsEdge, Kennedy Center (USA) and written by Mary Beth Bauernschub. The unit introduces students to Chinese instruments through research and listening. In addition, students create an instrument using recycled materials. The unit is suitable for Years 3 and 4 students (USA).

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Clarinet Mega day 8/9/13 Melb


August 25, 2013

Clarinet Mega Day: Sunday September 8, 2013

Monash University School of Music invites all clarinet players to the Clarinet Mega Day II. Come along for a day of all of things clarinet. Featuring masterclasses with leading professionals, orchestral excerpt class, warm up session, vendor exhibits, panel discussions, VCE masterclasses and join in with a performance of the Monash Clarinet Mega Day Clarinet Choir.

Contact: robert.burke@monash.edu

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Classic Kids (various)

February 19, 2010

Go to resource: Classic Kids (various) is a collection of Classical music recordings that are suitable for children. The CD was produced in 1992 by ABC for kids and compiled by Stephen McGee. This CD is a suitable introduction for children to orchestral music. Some Australian-composed works are included on the CD.

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Classical takes on Pop


August 29, 2011

YOUTUBE LINK HERE

Aston String Quartet plays a ‘classical interpretation’ of a Cold Play song

Play it to any age-group :-)

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Classics for kids – free worksheets

June 22, 2011

http://www.classicsforkids.com/activitysheets/

Dozens of free, colourful worksheets on well-known Classical / Romantic / 20th century works. Most include pictorial listening guides.

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Classroom percussion resource


August 16, 2012

KTPercussion provides percussion charts for classroom and music teachers at a small cost. The arranger is Australian.

www.ktpercussion.com/ensemblemusic/jsmusic/classpercussionthatworks.html

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Cool Cats: the red hot recorder course

February 21, 2010

Go to resource: Cool Cats: the red hot recorder course by Jeff Mead and published by Bushfire Press, is a three level recorder course for primary students. Student books with accompanying CD and teaching kits are available.

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Create a drum melody – “We’ve Got the Music”


June 19, 2011

Use the 3 main notes from the chorus of this year’s MUSIC: COUNT US IN program song “We’ve Got the Music” to create a 3-tone drum melody.

(1) Group your classroom drums or classroom percussion or junk percussion into three different groups (high, middle and low)

(2) Allocate the lowest drums to B-flat, the middle drums to C and the highest drums to E-flat.

(3) Re-create the chorus melody on 3 different drums: “Get on your feet, feel your heartbeat, we’ve got the music. We’re not too proud to sing it out loud, we’re not afraid to use it.”

Try the activity aurally, playing along with the MP3 found at www.musiccountusin.org.au

(4) Write the drum tune on the board using letters: L = low drums, M = medium drums, H = high drums

LM  LM  L MM M      M  M  LH  M

ML  M  M ML   LM   M            MMMM   LH    M

(5) If your school has signed up for “Music: Count Us In”, then you can access the free backing-track (‘For Teachers’ section) and play the drum melody along with the chorus.

This lesson was inspired by “Izo Beat” from Islington Public School

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Creating Instruments at Satisfied Mind (USA)

March 4, 2010

Go to resource: Creating Instruments at Satisfied Mind (USA) is a site that provides instructions on how to make various instruments.

These include the homemade banjo, bass, dulcimer, drum, dancing lumberjack, rainstick, and thumb piano. The site was created by Carol Raedy, a music educator.

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Creative Musical Experiences

February 4, 2010

Go to resource: Creative Musical Experiences, by Robert Smith, is published by RIC Publishing, WA, 2006. The series contains songs for voice and piano and is targeted at the primary level.

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custom built orchestra

February 24, 2013

http://vimeo.com/51876793

Explorations in sound, technology, recording techniques and instrument design by Diego Stocco.

“I always been fascinated by the raw musical power that an orchestra can express, so, after creating a series of videos where I’m performing a multi-track piece with an instrument I designed, I decided to take the concept a step farther and create my own orchestra made of unusually unique instruments.

The project started by handcrafting a diverse selection of instruments, then I wrote a composition where I could fit them all in and finally performed each part. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I enjoyed doing it!”

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Dalcroze Australia

January 23, 2010

Go to resource: Dalcroze Australia is the official Dalcroze association in Australia and offers courses for teachers. Dalcroze Eurhythmics teaches music through body movement to provide a physical experience of music.  Activities cover improvisation and the use of solfege. The association’s events include conferences, workshops, and their site has links to more information about membership and events, as well as Dalcroze publications.

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Diego Stocco – custom built orchestra

February 17, 2013

http://www.diegostocco.com/custom-built-orchestra/

“I always been fascinated by the raw musical power that an orchestra can express, so, after creating a series of videos where I’m performing a multi-track piece with an instrument I designed, I decided to take the concept a step farther and create my own orchestra made of unusually unique instruments.

The project started by handcrafting a diverse selection of instruments, then I wrote a composition where I could fit them all in and finally performed each part.”

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discover. learn. play. website

June 26, 2013

www.dlpmusicprogram.com/dlpforums/index.php?pages%2Fnotebooks%2F

dlp = discover learn play

This free website is a massive collection of resources for instrumental teachers (and learners) – videos, blogs, advice, etc

For example, here is the dlp page for beginner flute http://springpad.com/#!/dlpmusicprogram/notebooks/flutebeginners/blocks

Here is the dlp pinterest site http://pinterest.com/dlpmusicprogram/music-ed-blogs/

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double bass YouTube instructional

April 10, 2011

http://doublebassblog.org/2011/04/hal-robinson-plays-orchestral-excerpts.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

An instructional video on playing orchestral excerpts on Double Bass, as performed by Hal Robinson.

The visual quality is very raw, but the Double Bass sound is amazing.

A good video to show Middle School students who are studying instruments of the orchestra.

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Fantasia 2000 – questions


October 27, 2011

Here are some questions to accompany the first 55 minutes of Disney’s “Fantasia 2000″ DVD

“Fantasia 2000”

Questions are in same order as the DVD …

1) What instrument does the presenter want to play?

2) What family of instruments is playing while hundreds of whales fly through the air?

3) At the end of the jumping whales, what type of drums are playing?

4) Every minute or so, one instrument plays solo (= on its own) … what instrument is it?

5) When the skater makes a “$” sign with his skate blades, what is the solo instrument?

6) Next, the orchestra plays Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto number ________  .

7) What jumps out of a box?

8) Is the music happy or grumpy when you see the Jack-in-the-box?

9) Carnival of the Animals starts with pink flamingos and music with trills (= wobbly bits).   TRUE   or   FALSE  ?

10) The sorcerer’s apprentice is what kind of animal?

11) What instrument family plays as the sorcerer makes a bat shape out of steam (before the butterfly)?

12) The music for the Sorcerer’s Apprentice is ALL soft and slow.   TRUE   or   FALSE ?

13) When the broom FIRST walks, what instrument family is playing?

14) What happens when Mickey breaks the broom?

15) Pomp and Circumstance music starts with which instrument?

16) When the ark opens, a choir joins in.      TRUE   or   FALSE

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Flexible Ensemble pieces – Australian


February 15, 2013

Australian company “Thorp Music” has written a series of graded Flexible Ensembles which teachers can adapt to their instrument combination – http://shop.thorpmusic.com/flexible-ensemble-sheet-music-c-4.html

Charts include pop tunes, Baroque melodies and traditional Australian songs.

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free beginner cello music


December 10, 2012

free beginner cello music at www.capotastomusic.com/cello-sheet-music/easy.htm

free easy cello Christmas carols at www.capotastomusic.com/cello-sheet-music/christmas.htm

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