Sunday, October 27, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-Running Lizards

We get a little faster now, and meet our local lizards. This is a Middle C position warm up.


Sunday, October 20, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-Red eared sliders

Our most common turtles here are red-eared sliders. And what do sliders do, but slide? Middle C position. 



Sunday, October 13, 2019

Scicomm songs for piano pythons-Box Turtle

Here we get to see both three toed and the occasional Eastern Box turtle. This particular one is introducing G position in the right hand.


Sunday, October 6, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-They call me "Snot Otter"-Eastern Hellbender


We continue working on two hands and meet the salamander with the best names-whether you call it Hellbender, Snot Otter, or Lasagna Lizard, this gentle giant is always a favorite.


Sunday, September 29, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-I'm Dead! Really! (Hognose)

We start two hand work, and introducing regional wildlife,  with one of the most entertaining behaviors out there-the death feigning of the hognose snake. This is an easy warm up in middle C position





Sunday, September 22, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-Periscoping Python

One more ambassador to introduce-Pinkie Py(thon), our ball python. This is a left hand, C position 5 finger warm up-periscopes up!



Sunday, September 15, 2019

Scicomm Songs for Piano Pythons-Frog Jump!

This next one is for older students, working on octaves and hand strength. And, again, it features our backyard bronze frogs :)