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Playing the spoons and other curious instruments

Liz Miles

Playing the spoons and other curious instruments

by Liz Miles

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Published by Raintree in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLiz Miles.
    GenreJuvenile literature
    SeriesCulture in action
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML460 .M643 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23981365M
    ISBN 109781410939173
    LC Control Number2009052587
    OCLC/WorldCa489441389

    This Double Musical Spoon Instrument has two sets of spoons on one handle. As with the Single Spoon Instrument, it is easy to play. However, you will hear two sets of spoons playing simultaneously. Audiences will be amazed with the look and sound of this unique instrument. The book is filled with puns and word play ("Fork never goes stir-crazy like I do," unpaged). This is one of my favorite children's books. Spoon is unhappy because the other utensils get to do cool stuff, but it turns out the other utensils think that spoon has a pretty cool life. Well, in the story “Spoon” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal /5.

      To go along with our study of Appalachian music in the Kindermusik for the Young Child class, we had the opportunity to play many instruments today, as well as your average, everyday household spoons. I demonstrated a LITTLE of what I know about playing the spoons and encouraged several parents to try. Well, there just. Self-taught woodworker Richard Cyr has been serving up traditional Canadian musical spoons since It all started when his tourist guide friend wanted to gift a client a set of spoons—Richard handcrafted them and soon realized it was a passion he wanted to follow/5(11).

    Also, Newfoundland and the Atlantic Provinces popularly play the spoons at family gatherings. Playing the spoons in Western Canada is closely related to the Métis culture. Greek folk music. The spoons in Greece, as a percussion instrument are known as koutalakia (Greek: κουταλάκια), which means also, spoon. The dancers hold the wooden koutalakia, to accompany with a variety of knocks their dance . Mar 3, - Explore merrileewells's board "playing spoons and hambone artists" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Smokin joes, Best video ever and Folk music pins.


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Playing the Spoons and Other Curious Instruments introduces musical instruments from around the world that may be unfamiliar to children. The target audience for the series seems to vary somewhat, with one volume inviting readers to “feel your sides ache from laughing at lovable clowns” and another asking them to consider “the threat of Author: Liz Miles.

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Playing the spoons and other curious instruments. [Liz Miles] -- Traces the history of traditional and unusual instruments from around the world, discusses their historical and cultural context, and includes information on how they are played and their.

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Playing the Spoons and Other Curious Instruments (Culture in Action): : Liz Miles: Books. Over the years I have learned to play numerous percussion musical instruments (Drums, Clave, Maracas, other kinds of shakers, tambourines, cow cell, and wooden frogs) and I recently purchased some small wooden musical spoons, which I found to be easy to play; however, I also wanted a good pair of metal spoons in my collection/5().

Playing The Spoons. I have zero musical ability but I can recognize musical talent when I see it and these guys Playing The Spoons are good. These guys Playing The Spoons are one of the best musical acts you’ll ever see. They are entirely focused on making sure they hit the right note and stay in sync as they ring a ding dong on stage.

How to Play the Spoons. Musical instruments can be expensive and require a large time commitment. But with just two suitable spoons purchased from your local secondhand store, thrift store, or taken from your silverware drawer, you can 93%(32). How to play the spoons. So, I encourage you to take a pair of spoons out of your kitchen drawer – – metal, plastic, wooden – – it really doesn’t matter, and spend a few minutes with this YouTube video.

I initially posted this for teachers and students to use, but it’s really for everyone. Time to play the spoons.

Disappointing in one way, but it showed me just what pleasure the spoons can bring. It's fun; it's music (yes, really!); and it's great entertainment. And everyone smiles. I mention this, because it's an amazing thing - no one can listen to, or talk about, spoons-playing with a straight face.

Heritage Musical Spoons Giboulée Small Canadian Maplewood Handmade Folk Percussion Instrument - Blue. Musical Spoons, Easy to Play Hand Percussion Playing the Spoons: And Other Curious Instruments (Culture in Action) Liz Miles. Library Binding. 7 offers from £ Traditional Irish Percussion Folk Session Stainless Steel Musical Spoons - Beech Wood out of 5 stars   Both of these "Scotty Brothers" are some of the last great spoon players of a generation who had some spoons and each other to play with growing up.

They have played spoons. The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements 1st Edition, Kindle Edition. The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements.

1st Edition, Kindle Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and more/5(K). David Holt is a Grammy award-winning multi-instrumentalist, historian, television host, teacher and entertainer.

As a child his father taught him how to play bones and spoons. Spoons is a Canadian new wave band, formed in in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. They recorded several Canadian chart hits between andand inthey were nominated for Most Promising Group of the Year at the Juno : New wave, synth-pop, post-progressive.

Spoons belong to a class of instrument called concussion idiophone. This general class of instruments includes the oldest instruments known to man. Spoons themselves are prehistoric, and you can say that there have been spoon players since around the invention of the spoon.

Many ancient cultures played spoons. Hold this second spoon upside down, so that the bottoms of both soup scoopers can hit each other. (If you have little hands—or big spoons—you might have to. The best way to get good at playing the spoons is by practicing.

Play along while you sing. Play along while your child sings. Play along to your favorite recorded music or a family member who can play an instrument. Although this is a simple instrument, it can really add a lot to a front porch jam or an impromptu music party.

They are played by hitting one spoon against the other. Spoons Spoons can be played as a makeshift percussion instrument, or more specifically, an idiophone related to the castanets.

They are played by hitting one spoon against the other. Great playing spoons. French Canadian Spoons, Cocuswood. Regular price $15 00 $ SKU: SPO. Our musical spoons are not difficult to play. Grip them by the handle with your index finger through the hole.

In a sitting position, strike the spoons down on the opposite leg from the hand with the spoons. Now hold your other hand palm down above the spoons.

After striking down on your leg with the spoons, you can ta. This week we try playing the spoons in our on going quest to play every musical instrument in the world and become the best country duo in.

Basic steps to get you started playing the spoons! From beginner to advanced. Taught by San Francisco drummer Jake Wood.