Wendell Hurst

About Me


Mr. Hurst’s Music Classes Online Learning

I am available each school day, between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm to help students with music learning remotely. I will be watching closely for student contacts between 10:00 and 11:00 each morning, but you may send messages any time. 

Please check in with me by sending an email or a message in Teams at least twice each week for 5th and 6th grades and once each week for 4th grade. Let me know which music learning activities you used, and any questions or requests you may have. I will be adding more materials here as I get them prepared. You may also go to Mrs. Boggess’ and Mr. Asman’s teacher pages for study helps. If you don’t have your instrument to practice, please use these resources.

Check back here regularly, as I will add resources as I become aware of them.

You may make requests, as well, email me at

Play-along videos, for those who have instruments to practice:

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 01 ​

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 02 ​

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 03

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 04

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 05 - LIttle March - ​

Wendell Hurst String Method Page 05 - Two G’s ​

For those who need to practice music reading skills: 

It’s not as difficult as you may think – and can be fun!

Songs from general music class

Blue Skies by Irving Berlin

Die Forelle (The Trout)

Where E’er You Walk by George Frederick Handel

Audio recordings of pieces from The Wendell Hurst String Method

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star for violin (or any C instrument)

Treble clef assessment

Complete terms and symbol review

For this next group of activities user name is snow and password is 2020



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