Piano Woolly and Tig


Piano

Live-action children's show. Tig is learning to play the piano with Mr Tonka, but she will not listen to everything he says.


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WOOLLY AND TIG CBI E516T/01 HSG004952

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Hey, Tig!

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# I love Woolly and Woolly loves me

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# We've been together since we were wee

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# We play hide and we play run

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# We have plenty, plenty fun

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# He's my spider cuddly toy

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# He's my clever, woolly boy

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# I love Woolly and Woolly loves me

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# We've been together since we were wee. #

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'The piano.

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'When I was little, I wanted to play the piano, so Mummy took me

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'for a piano lesson.'

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'The piano lesson was in a big music school,

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'where lots of people learned music.

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'My piano teacher was Mr Tonka.

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'When Mr Tonka played his piano,

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'he played all the notes together, very fast.'

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Now, do you want to learn to play the piano?

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'"Yes," I said. So Mr Tonka showed me all the notes.'

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The low note.

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Well done.

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-The middle note.

-This one?

-Yeah.

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-And the high note.

-That one?

-Yeah, that one. Well done.

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'I played all the notes together, like Mr Tonka.'

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RANDOM NOTES

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OK, why don't you come back next week

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and we can learn about the going up notes and the going down notes.

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TUNEFUL DESCENDING SCALE

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We look forward to that, Mr Tonka.

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-Come on, Tig.

-See you next week, bye.

-Bye.

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'At my next piano lesson,

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'Mr Tonka was in his tiny room, playing one of his pianos.'

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How are you doing? I have written some notes on a page.

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'Mr Tonka had written me some music dots.

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'The music dots went up and down.'

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See if we can play a scale. Now...

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PLAYS SCALE

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Do you want to try that?

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'I played the notes up, like the dots.'

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PLAYS SCALE

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That's great.

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'I didn't want to play the notes one by one, any more.

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RANDOM CHORDS

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'I played the notes all together, like Mr Tonka.

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'"Next time," said Mr Tonka, "we'll give the notes names."

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'When I went for my piano lesson again,

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'Mr Tonka was very excited.'

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Hello. Come and sit down. Look what I've been doing for you.

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'He had pictures for the notes - an apple, a ball, a cat.'

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See if you can play the apple note.

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'"Play me that apple notes," said Mr Tonka.

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'I didn't want to play the apple notes.'

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RANDOM CHORDS

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'I played all the notes,

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-'like Mr Tonka.'

-I've got to go.

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'Mr Tonka left.'

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Tig, you have to listen to what Mr Tonka asks you to do.

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I know how to do the piano. '"No," I said,

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'"I'm playing all the notes together."

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'I played some more, but the notes didn't sound quite right.'

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Hey, Tig! Whee!

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It might be fun playing all the notes together,

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but some notes don't sound nice together.

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Some notes sound better by themselves.

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If you play each note by itself, you can play a tune.

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# Half a pound of tuppenny rice

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# Half a pound of treacle. #

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When Mr Tonka plays the piano, it might look like he's playing

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all the notes, but Mr Tonka plays only the notes he needs.

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Mr Tonka listened to his teacher and learned what notes to play.

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Go for it, Tig. Whee!

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Listen to Mr Tonka and learn how to play the piano.

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'"Yes," I thought, "I want to learn to play the piano

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'"so I'll listen to Mr Tonka and do what he tells me."

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'When Mr Tonka came back, he told me how to play a tune.

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'We played the tune together.'

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One, two, three, four, one, two, three, four.

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THEY BOTH PLAY TUNE

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'Boing! "Argh!"

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It's only a toy spider.

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'I like Mr Tonka teaching me.

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'I like going to my piano lessons.

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'I love Woolly.'

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# I love Woolly and Woolly loves me

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# We've been together since we were wee

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# He's my spider cuddly toy

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# He's my clever, woolly boy

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# I love Woolly and Woolly loves me

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# We've been together since we were wee! #

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Live-action children's show. Tig is learning to play the piano with Mr Tonka, but she won't listen to everything he says. Woolly shows her the importance of listening and learning.