We enjoyed producing the first five of ten Music Tracks booklets for Trinity College London. It was great working for Trinity again following the success of our series of Arts Award logs for children and young people, and there has been much excitement as James Munro’s brilliant illustrations of musical instruments in all manner of poses have been emailed through to us here in the office.
We are all agreed that music lessons would have been considerably more enjoyable with these booklets than with the dull pages of score that we remember! We hope to have photographs of the finished products to share with you in our next newsletter…. so watch this space for tango-ing trumpets and cool clarinets!
About Music Tracks
Music Tracks, from Trinity College London, is a new initiative designed to support teachers in delivering first access programmes, and to help smooth the transition into small group instrumental teaching through brand new teaching resources and support, resources for learners, and exciting whole class and small group repertoire. You can find out more and download the booklet from their website.
Over the last 10 years, we have designed original and exciting learning resources for a wide range of organisations’, to support their projects in schools and in the wider community. Find out more about our resources here.
Get in touch
For more information about our resources please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0151 708 8886.