S: 1 2 3 with the band and me
BC: this book was written by Thomas Scott and Katie Charles, and dedicated to the kids that love music.
FC: 1 2 3, with the band and me
1: this book was written by Thomas Scott and Katie Charles
2: 1 Piccolo, that's what I see. How many do you see? A small flute looking instrument that is higher.
3: I see 2 pianos, can you count them. Play them by lightly striking the keys.
4: There are 3 cow bells. Please count them. The cowbell is played with a mallet or drum stick.
5: There are 4 tambourines. Can you count all four? The tambourine is played by hitting the drum piece on the top of the tambourine.
6: 5 flutes, that's what I see. What do you see? You play the flute by blowing slower or faster, to change the pitch.
7: There are 6 strings on the guitar. How many do you see? A guitar is played by moving your fingers over the string.
8: 7 mallets are what I see. Count to find out. Mallets are used to play lots of different percussion instruments.
9: 8 saxophones are how many I see. Please count them for me. You play the saxophone with a reed, and pressing the keys.
10: I can count 9 cases. How many do you see? The cases hold the instruments.
11: 10 extra percussion instruments are what I see. Can you find all ten? There are a lot of extra percussion instruments.
12: There are 11 cymbals of different sizes. How many do you see? Count them with me. Some cymbals have leather straps that you put over your hands. So that you can hit them together, and other cymbals you hit with a drum stick.
13: 12 band members, which are what I see. What do you see? The band members play the instruments with me.
14: I can count 13 marching drums. Can you count them too? You use the marching drums for parades. They have a harness to carry them.
15: I can see 14 brass interments .can you count them too. The brass interments’ is played by blowing through the mouth piece, & moving the valves.
16: 15 mouth pieces, which are what I see. How many do you see? The mouth pieces is what you use to play most of the instruments.
17: 16 sheets of music, that's what I can count. Can you count 16 sheets of music? The music has different notes to play.
18: 17 music stands, is what I see. Can you count to find out? Music stands hold the music.
19: 18 chime notes, how many do you see? The chimes are played with a plastic or wax hammer.
20: 19 chairs are what I see, how many do you see? The chairs are nice for the band members to sit in.
21: 20 keys are on a Saxophone. Can you count all 20? The keys on a saxophone are what change the notes.