With a few techniques, these fun to make and fun to play instruments from around the world produce remarkable sound quality Strum a homemade Middle Eastern Lute, or Oud Chinese Moon Guitar North Indian Sitar, Shoebox Zither, or Angle Harp Or, try Australian Didgeridoos, Percussion Tubes, and Youll be surprised what wonderful things start with an ordinary piece of cardboard....
|Title||:||Cardboard Folk Instruments to Make & Play|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Tamos First Edition edition May 1, 2002|
|Number of Pages||:||80 pages|
|File Size||:||995 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Cardboard Folk Instruments to Make & Play Reviews
Perfect for Elementary and Middle School teachers. Teach music and have your students build their own instruments. Great
It's a good book for learning how to make instruments from cardboard. I do wish it went into more detail with construction methods and had a list of suppliers for materials, for example tuning gears. Other than that I think it's a good instruction book. I wish a publisher would reprint this.