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Peaslee students do ‘Recorder Rap’

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Northborough – Peaslee Elementary School students rap with recorders when visited by the group "Eine Kleine Konsort," which presented "The Recorder Goes to School" program to the third- and fourth-graders.

The group, made of four music teachers, played eight diff erent sized recorders for the students and music teacher Katrina Caron. The visit finished with everyone doing the "Recorder Rap."

The enrichment program was sponsored by the school's Parent Teacher Organization.

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