The Owl Says Hoo

Fall has arrived in my part of the world.  With it comes cooler weather and falling leaves.  As a child I remember the windows of my dad’s house being open at night.  I’d snuggle up deep under the covers and listen to the sounds of the forest while peering out the window at a full moon.  Of all of the sounds of the forest the owl was most intriguing.  That fierce hunter with a distinctively soft call,  “Hoo hoo hoo!”

“The Owl Says Hoo” is a book of original songs I wrote for young vocal students.  Last year I completed the piano edition, “The Owl Says Hoo Piano Book for Kids.”  This is a fun resource for the piano studio.  The songs are for the most part simplified to one hand position and key neutral.  This perfect for Beginners and Early Elementary students.  You’ll find a variety of supplemental songs for your curriculum.  A great feature of this book is that the lyrics are included.  So your students can sing along as they play the delightful tunes.

Here’s another great thing.  As a music teacher, when you purchase the digital version of this book, your PDF copy comes with rights to duplicate individual songs to use with your students as you see fit in an educational setting.  You can also use the songs in recital with your students.

So click the link below and acquire your copy of “The Owl Says Hoo Piano Book for Kids.”



About Will Suit Music

Will Suit is a native of North Georgia. His involvement in music is a lifelong love. He holds a performance degree from Tennessee Temple University and certifications as an Elementary Education Specialist in piano and voice from the Royal Conservatory of Music. He is a member of the Music Teachers National Association and the National Federation of Music Clubs. His studio is geared toward engaging students, young and mature, to find the fun and sheer joy of experiencing music. Will grew up in the mountains of North Georgia, where he began singing and playing piano at age 5. His dad was a church pastor and his mom the pianist. So, needless to say, his talents were developed and pursued in that setting. Upon graduation from college, he spent more than twenty years as a music director. After leaving that profession in 2005, Will continued his love for writing as well as providing private music instruction. He worked as an independent contractor until 2018 when he opened Pedal Point Music. While the business keeps him busy, Will continues to maintain a full studio of students, a summer music workshop for young vocalists, two regular podcasts and a myriad of other activities. Will is also an avid composer and writer. He loves blogging, writing poetry, and, of course, composing music. He released a children’s album in 2017 called, “IN MY BACKYARD.” “IL GUFO, IL TOPO” is a children’s opera about the adventures of a young mouse, who ventures into a dark forest and encounters an owl. He’s written a stack of anthems, orchestrations and solos over the years. His series of musical studies/tools, “THE OWL SAYS HOO” encourages young singers toward healthy vocal production and musicianship. Most of the children’s songs in his collections were written to enhance the learning experience. It’s not unusual for others to pass his studio and hear his young students gleefully singing along to one of his tunes while he belts out the lyrics at the piano. His love of music is not lost on his young students, who eagerly look forward to lessons with “Mr. Will” week after week.
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