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The Story of the Trapp Family Singers - Part Two: Chapter XVII, Snapshots of the Camp Summary & Analysis

Maria von Trapp
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Part Two: Chapter XVII, Snapshots of the Camp Summary and Analysis

As its title suggests, Maria details comedic incidents at the camp. Campers put on a little show after only nine days of recorder lessons. This leads to Maria's tribute to the wonders of learning to play a recorder. After short weeks of practice, anyone can make music. There are differently keyed recorders, Maria explains. There is "no end' to the music a recorder or recorders in soprano, alto, tenor, and bass combinations can produce. Folks who start out with Mary had a Little Lamb are soon playing Bach.

The music camp helps resolve the question that many people ask them on the road: How can any family sing together like the Trapp family? The ten day camp tries to acquaint guests with as much musical literature as...

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