Flowers Recital Certificate

Flowers Recital Certificate Editable

Flowers Recital Certificate – Fill in by hand

Last week I posted a new cover for a folded recital program. I thought it would be nice to have a recital certificate to match! I know what you’re thinking; the flowers will be great for some students, but for other students, this is not a good fit. Well, I’ve made several different styles over the years so that you can print certificates for different students.

You can see all my recital certificates on this page. You find it by clicking “Free”, then select “Teaching Aids.” When the “Teaching Aids” page opens, scroll down until you find this header:  One Minute Club, Certificates, Recital Covers, Magnetic White Board Music Symbols. There are so many different items in the Teaching Aids category that this was the best I could do, organization-wise.

As you can see in the picture above, I made one certificate editable so that you can type in your own words. You might be having a violin recital instead of a piano recital!

It is really easy to fill in the blank certificate. If you haven’t tried it, here are the instructions. Open the editable file in Adobe Reader DC. (It is a free program.) After you open the file, move your cursor to the spot you need to fill in. Click on the page. Light blue boxes will appear to help you to know where to type. Start typing on the blinking cursor. Your text will automatically be in the center of the page. Move to the other boxes to complete the certificate. The blue boxes will not be visible when you print. If the blue boxes don’t pop up for you, put your cursor in the middle of the typing area and click until you see the blinking cursor. Before you actually print your certificate, make sure your printer is set to “landscape.”

For those of you on a Mac, this also works in Preview.

I hope you enjoy this recital certificate. Sometimes it’s nice to have something new!

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The Dragon’s Lair

The Dragons Lair

The Dragon’s Lair $2.99

All the music in my store comes with an unlimited printing license within your personal studio.

One time I had a boy who really liked playing piano, but I couldn’t find anything he wanted to play. He was at that middle age, where he thought anything with “words,” as he said, was babyish, but he wasn’t really interested in pop music yet. He struggled technically and we had gone through all of the teaching pieces that I usually use. So I wrote this for him and he really thought it was fun to play. This is another “easy, sounds hard” piece that we often need at this level. I’ve labeled it Early Intermediate because of some scale fingering, finger changes, and fast-moving position changes. Recently I went though the music more carefully, revised the articulations, and added a cool cover drawn by a game artist.

The Dragon’s Lair is a 3-page piece written in D minor. The energetic first section contrasts with a mysterious sounding middle section. I  added some extra fingering in some of the tricky spots. Students can explore dynamic coloring and articulations as they play this piece just for fun. This is a student favorite for all ages!

I think this is a good festival piece because the articulations and dynamics give the judge a lot to listen for. It also makes an impressive recital piece.

If you are in need of this kind of music, head on over to my store to see a sample page! If you like it, please leave a review.

*Email me if you need a written release for a festival or recital.

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Personalize a Recital Program

Editable Recital Program

Recital Program to Personalize

Here is a recital cover for you to use at your spring recital. You can choose to personalize it like the picture above on the right, or print it the way it looks in the small pictures on the left.

Here is how to add your personalization:

  • Open in Adobe Reader.
  • Using the graphic above as a guide, put your cursor underneath and very close to the word “Recital.”
  • Type the name of your studio.
  • Move you cursor down to the bottom opposite the flowers. You can type the location, date, and time.
  • Moving to the left side, which is the back of the program cover, there are two places near the bottom to personalize. The first space is a header where you can type “Thank You.” Underneath that you have several lines to type any message you wish.

To make a document for the inside of the program, use a word processing program such as Word. Open a new document in landscape orientation with two columns. Set the borders at 1/2 inch all around with a one inch space between the two columns. Print this new document on the blank side of the recital program cover. Fold the program, and you’re ready to go.

I also tried printing this in black and white to see how it would look for teachers who do not have access to a color printer or want to save color ink. It looks fine printed on light green paper if you have a printer that allows you to print in “grayscale.”

I don’t think it will look good using a B&W laser printer. All the flowers will turn into a blob of black. Instead I have made folded recital covers in the past that you can use: Recital Program Cover. It will look fine on a color laser printer.

FYI, I did not draw the flowers myself!

There you have it. I hope you enjoy this recital cover!

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Easter Games, Worksheets, and Music

With Easter almost here, I thought I’d list some of the material I’ve posted on my Easter page. You should be able to click on the image and get the file. If it is a game, it should take you to the page that has instructions. This is all material that I freely share. There is no sign up and no strings attached.

Please let me know if you find any broken links. I am still working on organizing things so all the bugs aren’t worked out yet! If you see something that I have left off of the Easter page, please let me know.

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