Study Guide – The purpose of this study guide is for students of all ages to learn more about musical instruments. This study guide was prepared for students who are interested in knowing the names of various instruments of orchestras and bands and what each instrument looks like. Help students find a personal reason for wanting to be more informed about musical instruments—don’t try to teach students information without their first having a personal reason for knowing it.
Workbook – Musical Instruments – Entertaining and instructive book includes over 40 lifelike vignettes of young music makers — playing the cello, viola, guitar, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, concert tuba, trumpet, flute, French horn, snare drums, triangle, and more. Detailed drawings accompanied by informative captions.
Workbook – How to draw Musical Instruments – Fine-tune your artistic skills as you learn to draw 30 popular musical instruments. With a little practice, you will find yourself skillfully sketching an orchestra of illustrations, including a piano, guitar, flute, violin, drums, maracas, harmonica, tuba, and other melody makers.
Children and adults alike can learn how to advance from fundamental shapes to finished sketches. Directions for drawing each instrument consist of simple diagrams that progress in a few easy steps. Blank practice pages appear opposite each how-to page to help you get started.
Musical Instruments study Guide by Carlynn McCormick, Word Corner Publishing, 83 pgs, paperback or download
Musical Instruments Coloring Book by Ellen McHenry, Dover Publications, 48 pgs, paperback
How to Draw Musical Instruments by Barbara Soloff Levy, Dover Publications, 64 pgs, paperback