Do your ears hang low music notes for kalimba

[infoK]

About the song and about tablature. You can find tablatures below the description.

In the enchanting world of kalimba music, there’s a song that transcends time and continues to delight musicians and audiences alike – “Do Your Ears Hang Low?” This whimsical tune, though its origins are a bit murky, has been a folk favorite, speculated to have been composed around the late 19th or early 20th century. Its lyrics, brimming with playful imagery and rhetorical questions about the length and capabilities of one’s ears, have charmed generations. The melody, simple yet captivating, makes it an ideal piece for those embarking on their musical journey, especially with the kalimba. Whether you’re a beginner or introducing music to children, this song’s universal appeal and easy-to-follow rhythm make it a perfect addition to any kalimba learning book for adults or kids.

For those diving into the world of kalimba, our kalimba book for beginners offers an accessible way to learn “Do Your Ears Hang Low?” using number notes. This method, bypassing traditional music notation for number notation, simplifies the learning process, enabling immediate playability. This approach is not only engaging but also highly effective, making our kalimba songbook with number a must-have for anyone interested in learning to play the kalimba. The song itself, with its cheerful tempo and memorable lyrics, serves as an excellent practice piece for mastering the kalimba’s basics. From kalimba exercises for beginners to more advanced kalimba practice books, “Do Your Ears Hang Low?” holds its place as a foundational piece that introduces players to the joy and artistry of kalimba music.

Do your ears hang low kalimba
photo of books



Hello! It is Luke Sendecki - author. Would you like to get the whole ebook with letter notes (+ videos) for free?

I recently released letter notes as books and ebooks on amazon. If you want, I will send you the ebook for free. I would appreciate if you would leave review on amazon.

Send you an ebook? Just write to me at hello@playinoneday.com "I would like to receive an ebook."

Thanks!
Luke


[fragmentK]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *