Schylling Kids Accordion
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- For ages 7 and up
- Easy to learn instruction and songbook included
- Sounds and feels like the real thing
- Measures 75" wide
- Finely crafted accordion
- Easy-to-learn instruction booklet included
- Measures 7.50" wide
- Sounds, looks and feels like the real thing
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Our finely crafted accordion had wood construction with a durable plastic coating. The easy to learn instruction sheet has songs included! You will be putting on a show in no time! This is a great way for a child to start to learn the accordion in a simple and easy way.
Your child probably doesn't know Lawrence Welk or the accordion he toted around so famously for years. That should work in the favor of this sturdy, enjoyable instrument. Compact and well built, this starter instrument is a great introduction to the accordion--or just a lot of ephemeral fun. The accordion fits nicely into the palms of an adult's hands, but isn't too unwieldy for its target audience. The number of keys are minimized for ease of use and simplicity, but it's still possible to crank out a complex favorite such as "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (a brief "basic instructions" leaflet is enclosed) only 10 minutes after the instrument's out of the box. --Keith SimantonSee all Product description
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With older children it would be quite possible to form an ensemble and have four to eight children sound the bells to make melodies.
My pre-schoolers love to grab one or two and just sound them out. I have to ask them not to bang them together or bang them on anything. This will chip/mar the paint. Otherwise they appear quite durable. For this age, the glockenspiel and melodica are a little more value as they can be used to produce melody without much difficulty. The hand bells require more coordination. However, for individual notes or just fun play, nothing could be simpler.