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Beginning Clarinet Songbook
Lesson 7, Song 4

Klara Nett's Spring Song

Klara Nett's Spring Song

Klara Nett loves the spring. The snow has all melted and the flowers are blooming. This happy song is the one that Klara Nett likes to play early each spring to remind herself that warm, sunny weather is on the way.

Helpful Suggestions

Sound: This piece has an octave range from A to A. You can find the fingerings here. It is marked forte, which means loud. Breathe deeply and keep a firm embouchure to produce a good tone.

Clarinet Fingering Chart

Rhythm: Klara Nett's Spring Song is in three-four time, which means that there are three beats in a measure and the quarter note is equal to one beat. Playing along with MetronomeBot's talking metronome in triple meter will help you maintain a steady tempo.
This piece has eighth notes, quarter notes, and quarter rests. Tap your foot to the beat and subdivide the beat to play even, accurate eighth notes.

MetronomeBot Talking Metronome in Three

Melody: This piece consists of 6, four-measure phrases. Breathe deeply and play all the way through each phrase without stopping. This piece is longer than most of the songs that you have played in Beginning Clarinet Songbook, so breathe deeply before each phrase.


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