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What are the notes on the recorder to Mary Had a Little Lamb?
Notes for Mary had a Little Lamb : E-D-C-D-E-E-E-D-D-D-E-G-G-E-D-C-D-E-E-E-D-D-E-D-C-
agfgaaa gggacc agfgaaaa ggagf
BAGABBBAAABBBBAGABBBAABAG, my way bagabbbaaagg then let go of the recorder and still blow then it is bagagag
BAGABBBAAABBB BAGABBBAABAG mary had a little lamb a little lamb alittle lamb mary had a little lamb a little lamb she had!(hope thishelp)
Edcdeee ddd egg edcdeee eddedc
B,a,g,a,b,b,b,a,a,a,b,b,b, b,a,g,a,b,b,b,a,a,b,a,g that's how you play it.
B A G A B B B A A A B D D Ma-ry had a lit-tle lamb, lit-tle lamb, lit-tle lamb. B A G A B B B B A A B A G Ma-ry had a lit-tle lamb whose fleece was white as snow.
The song goes like this: B A G A B B B A A A B B B B A G A B B B A A B A G B A G B A G G G GG A A A A
Mary had a little lamb goes like this: B A G A B B B A A A B B B B A G A B B B A A B A G B A G B A G G G G G A A A A
b a g a b b b a a a b b b b a g a b b b a b a g g
B a g a b b b a a a b b b b a g a b b b a a b a g
bagabbb aaab high d high d bagabbbaabag
Answer Left hand only version for beginners - BAGA BBB AAA BCC BAGA BBB AABA G Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_recorder_notes_for_Mary_had_a_littl…e_lamb#ixzz1t325A2bU Scroll down to "Notes:" section for the direct answer. Well, although I don't know how to play recorder (assuming recorder as in a woodwind musical instrument and also assuming that you meant something similar to "How do you play Mary had a little lamb with a recorder" and that you are asking what note as in the pitch ), I would say that it depends on the key you want to play. Additionally, you will need to know how long each note is. For simplicity, you can play it in C Major. If you know how to read from scores (music sheets), then great! You can just go to Google (possible Image) and search "Mary had a little lamb" and you should be bombarded with many scores. Don't worry, if it is a fake one, then if you try and play it (if you have the ability and with an instrument required) then it won't sound right. Notes: If you don't know how to read from scores (which is perfectly normal), then I'll tell you the notes directly for C Major: EDCDEEE_DDD_EGG_EDCDEEEEDDEDC___. where "_" means that the note before it needs to be held on for one more beat. Otherwise, other notes are played evenly. The ones below are arranged in bars and phrases: EDCD EEE_ DDD_ EGG_ EDCD EEEE DDED C___. Note that the last "C" is played for four beats, and also that when two adjacent notes are the same (e.g. "E" and "E" of bar 2) then there should be a small gap between them to tell that they are two separate notes. Hope that helped!