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Tuesday, May 05 2020 00:00

Day 22: Mary had a Little Lamb

Flutist age 6 plays Mary had a Little Lamb

 
“Mary had a Little Lamb” is one of the simplest pieces for beginners on pretty much any instrument. It uses only three notes in a simple up and down pattern – and pretty much everyone knows the words!
 
Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb –
Mary had a little lamb; fleece was as white as snow. 
 
We’ll add this same piece on other instruments later, so you can compare their sound directly.
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