Lah-Lah's Adventures

Season 1
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Season 1, Episode 8 (Lah-lah Meets The Baritone Saxophone)

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The baritone saxophone looks like a brass instrument, but it's a member of the woodwind family. It can make nice big sounds - great for jamming on the bus!
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Season 1, Episode 7 (Lah-lah Meets The Opera Singer)

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An opera tells a story with singing, instead of talking. Helen is an opera singer, and shows the band how to warm up your voice.
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Season 1, Episode 3 - Lah-lah Meets The Sousaphone

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What is a sousaphone? Well it's a member of the brass family and it looks like a really big trumpet! The sousaphone makes the "oompha" sound in the marching band.
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Season 1, Episode 2 - Lah-lah Meets The Banjo

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The banjo is kind of like a drum, and a guitar! The band have a fun jam on the bus with Grant, the banjo player.
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Season 1, Episode 1 - Lah-lah Meets The Trombone

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Lah-Lah and the Band are excited to meet Mr Trombone. He's big, bold and brassy - and he can play all the low notes!
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Season 1, Episode 6 - Lah-lah Meets The Clarinet

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The clarinet has a beautiful sound. It can be high or low - just make sure you blow steady! Perfect for a bus jam with the band.
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Season 1, Episode 5 - Lah-lah Meets The Guiro

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A guiro is usually made of wood, and has little grooves that make an interesting sound when you run a small stick along the side. Listen as Lah-Lah and Carlos make "cha cha cha" music!
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Season 1, Episode 4 - Lah-lah Meets Some Toy Instruments

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The band meet Sally, who has a selection of tiny instruments. They may be small but the instruments can make lots of music!
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Season 1, Episode 13 (Lah-lah Meets The Xylophone)

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Claire is on the bus with her xylophone. You play by tapping the wooden bars with two small mallets - it sounds a little bit like bells ringing!
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Season 1, Episode 12 (Lah-lah Meets The String Family)

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The Stringalings are on the bus! They play the violin, the viola and the cello. And when they need a low note, the double bass can help them out.
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