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Introducing yourself and your clients to a variety of instruments is a must if you want to keep things interesting and enjoyable. However, it can be tough to come up with ways to keep things fresh for your clients. Luckily, there are great resources out there that will help you learn something new easily and quickly!

4 Resources To Spice Up Instrument Activities

  • Mountain Dulcimer: A Survival Guide For Beginners – Mountain dulcimer expert, Lorinda Jones, tells you everything you need to know to get playing. This book also includes songs for dulcimer that you can play for your young or older adult clients.
  • Tapping, Shaking, Music Making! – Music therapist & songwriter, Rachel Rambach, gives you 12 original songs – all written about a specific instrument including rhythm sticks, shakers, bells, drums, castanets, cabasa, ukulele, and more. Also comes with recordings of each tune.
  • Xylophone Fun: Vol 1, 2, 3 and Christmas – Want to use xylophone more with your clients but hate making visuals? Kristen Crouch took care of that with you in her Xylophone Fun series. These ebooks have warm up exercises and color-coded notation for a variety of holiday and children’s favorites.
  • Richards’ Modified Tuning For Adapted Guitar – This is perfect for clients who want to learn guitar. This adapted guitar handbook uses a modified tuning that allows your clients to produce great quality chords using only 1 or 2 fingers. Wade Richards gives you everything you need to make it happen.

Rachel See, MA, MT-BC is a board-certified music therapist who is passionate about helping other music therapists share their ideas, songs and knowledge with the world through e-books!

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