Music for youth

11th March 2005 at 00:00
Bringing music tuition into the classroom can be a difficult task, especially for teachers who feel they may be lacking in musical ability.

Not so with the newly improved ocarina which claims to be so simple to use that all teachers can use. Available in a range of colours, the ocarina is a round flute-like instrument. It was first introduced into schools almost 20 years ago and is marketed as a modern alternative to the recorder. It comes with a comprehensive selection of music books and CDs of different music styles .

* Ocarina Workshop Stand PV123

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