Mommy & Me Tutorial – See Primary Prodigies Duet #1 in Action!

May 5, 2018

Have you tried the Skip Song (Duet #1) from Primary Prodigies yet? We did, and it was so much fun! Boo played his part (Re, Fa, La, Do). I played mine (Do, Mi, Sol, Ti), and then we came together on the chords.

Playing Duets like this is a great way to get involved in your child’s musical journey! Splitting up the bells is also a really easy way to make 5-8 note songs a lot easier!

Check out Boo and Mandy playing Primary Prodigies Duet #1 for a great look at how you and your kids can enjoy Prodigies together!

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