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Make your own musical instruments

Margaret McLean

Make your own musical instruments

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Published by Lerner Publications Co. in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments -- Construction -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Musical instruments -- Construction.

  • About the Edition

    Step-by-step directions for making a variety of musical instruments, such as tambourine, drum, xylophone, recorder, and a simple explanation of basic music notation and rhythm.

    Edition Notes

    StatementMargaret McLean ; illustrated by Ken Stott.
    SeriesDo it yourself books
    ContributionsStott, Ken, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML460 .M4 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2399609M
    ISBN 100822508958
    LC Control Number87029670
    OCLC/WorldCa16873193

    The rattles are shaken to welcome the generous spirits of the new year and to drive away the unhappy spirits of past years. Fiddle Find out how to make this musical instrument by going to OOpsey Daisy for the instructions. See the instructions at Views From My Window for making the shakers. Monkey Pod Drum with Polynesian Petroglyphs — Bring a slice of Polynesian aura to your playroom with these monkey pod inspired drum set made out of oatmeal containers. Check out Red Ted Art to find out how to make these little instruments. Tambourine Stick Make a really inexpensive musical instrument using a a tree branch, a wire coathanger and some bottle caps.

    When poking the holes, you should make them as large as possible but be careful that the tool doesn't puncture the other side of the straw or air may leak out. For all the information needed to make this project, go to Pink Stripey Socks. Use shellac or Mod Podge after the paint is dry. Plan out where you want the hole to be, and how big. You'll find a nice variety of homemade instruments in this article and many are pretty simple and easy to make.

    You can print it from your computer or take it to a professional printer to have it printed and bound. Sound Shaker Instrument - - Create rhythmic sounds and some musical magic with this fun and entertaining craft activity. Note the difference in the musical sound. This would be a fun activity for a child's birthday party.


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Make your own musical instruments by Margaret McLean Download PDF Ebook

Celebration Cymbals for Parades - Get ready to march in a band! Rain Stick Music - Make these rain sticks with dried beans, corn, or rice and a paper towel roll. Note: You might need to angle the books or boards slightly to accommodate the shorter wrenches.

Yes, you can play tunes on these glasses. Indian maracas are relatively simple to assemble once you gather the materials. Find all the information you need to make this musical instrument at Musical Magic. Every kid will love this noise maker.

20 DIY Musical Instruments for Kids to Make and Play

You can use tracing paper, thick or thin paper and of course colored or even preprinted or written on paper. The tapper, a silver spoon, or a slender stick with a wooden ball at the end, and the kind of table upon Make your own musical instruments book the glasses rest, will make a decided difference in obtaining the tones you desire to obtain from the glasses.

Make ankle or wrist bells by following the instructions at Rainy Day Mum and then sing and dance up a storm. These also make great noise makers for special occasions! A friend told me that her two-year-old daughter has been referring to her maracas as "barackas". Measure and cut 2 pieces of sandpaper to fit these surfaces.

Cymbals Small coins or washers are glued to the edges of the painted plate to make the music with these cymbals. If you are on the lookout for fun Make your own musical instruments book projects or quick ways of making nice presents and gifts, then this could be the project for you.

Start hitting the wrenches with another wrench or piece of metal. Question: Do you have to use the tin cans for the homemade bongos in this article? There's a little more to making this trombone, but you'll be pleased with the results.

Musical Shaker - - Create a musical shaker similar to a maraca or an African shaker. When rubbed together, the sandpapered sides will produce a delightful shuffling sound. Your child can sound off with this rhythmic noisemaker. Paper Plate Rhythmic Shaker - - This craft is a great way to entertain children.

Like Clem, most boys started as drummers, calling soldiers to meals, waking them in the morning, and rallying them for marches. This coffee can trio of rhythm instruments can help kids play along with any of their favorite songs. Decorate the outside in bright colors and get shaking.

It wasn't my shining moment, but it did turn me on to the wonderful marriage of paste, newspaper and sticky hands.Make Your Own Musical Instruments by Margaret McLean, Ken Stott (Illustrator) starting at $ Make Your Own Musical Instruments has 2 available editions to buy at Alibris.

There are a number of instruments that can be built using PVC pipes, including drums, pitched percussion instruments, wind instruments, and string instruments. The following is a resource guide providing information on these types of PVC instruments and instructions for building your own PVC instrument.

Drums. Make a string instrument using a wire clothes hanger and two lengths of nylon string. Tie two ends of one string across the bottom part of the hanger (like in the picture). Tighten it until the bottom wire bends up out of the way and tie it off so that it stays tight with your hand and then "play" it by plucking it.Jun 18,  · HOMEMADE GUITAR with popsicle sticks!

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