The charming recorder repertoire in the Suzuki Recorder School has been carefully selected by Katherine White, in accordance with the principles and guidelines of Dr. Suzuki's philosophy. Volume 1 includes international folk tunes and music by Mozart and Kodaly.
Titles: One Bird, Variation A (Based on a KodÃ¡ly Theme) * One Bird, Variation B (Based on a KodÃ¡ly Theme) * Now We Sing (K. White) * Mary Had a Little Lamb (Folk Song) * Suo Gan (Folk Song) * Daddy Long Legs (KodÃ¡ly Melody) * One Bird, Variation C (Based on a KodÃ¡ly Theme) * Cuckoo (Folk Song) * French Children's Song (Folk Song) * The Finch (Based on a KodÃ¡ly Theme) * Mary Had a Little Lamb (C Major) (Folk Song) * Clair de Lune (J. B. Lully) * The Honeybee (Folk Song) * Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star: Theme (Folk Song) * Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star: Variation (Shinichi Suzuki) * Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Folk Song) * One Bird, Variation D (Based on a KodÃ¡ly Theme) * The Best of Times (Folk Song) * Allegro (Shinichi Suzuki) * Clouds (Folk Song) * Goodbye to Winter (Folk Song) * Clown Dance (Folk Song) * Swedish Dance (Folk Song) * A Tiny Forest Bird (Folk Song) * My Little Boat (Folk Song) * The Turtle Dove (Folk Song) * Hungarian Dance (Folk Song) * Hansel and Gretel (Folk Song) * Dream, Children, Dream (Folk Song) * Little Man in the Woods (Folk Song) * Are You Sleeping? (Folk Song) * Two Kings' Children (Folk Song) * Come Lovely May (W. A. Mozart) * Tonalization * Fingering Chart.
This is the classic soprano recorder method book for both a college level music methods course using an Orff Schulwerk methodology and also a step-by-step guide for teaching the recorder within an Orff primary grade classroom. After Chapter 1, one pitch per chapter is added. Clear process, warm-ups, teaching visuals and carefully selected folk, traditional and composed music guarantee successful performance technique and musical literacy.
Learn how to play the recorder through an easy-to-understand system. Covers how to read music and includes music from all time periods, duets and popular contemporary songs. The CD includes songs and exercises with great-sounding accompaniment.
Tablature Method Book. The book provides most helpful adam tablatures for recorder.This revolutionary technique allows students to speed up the learning process of playing the music and improve their self confidence and ability. By showing fingerings within the note heads and providing a rich variety of carefully chosen, graded and well known tunes, the a.d.a.m way enables students of all ages to enjoy true performance from the start.
(Music Sales America). This recorder course by John Pitts is written for 7-11 year olds no previous knowledge of music or recorders is necessary. It is carefully graded with clear explanations at every stage, enouraging children to develop musical skils as well as recorder techniques. The teacher's books include simple piano accompaniments, guitar chord symbols and performance suggestions for classroom percussion. The tune books provide extra solo and duet material to supplement the instruction in each book ideal for children who need more practice and for fast learners who need extra material to hold their interest.
It is most interesting to know that nowadays the recorder has more admirers than ever before. Especially the treble recorder is most suited to be played in the home circle. There exists a lot of music for this particular instrument already, mainly of the period from Bach to Mozart. The works of the great masters during the above mentioned period, such as Bach, Handel, Telemann, Mattheson, etc., require a high technical proficiency. The object of this booklet is to familiarize the player with this technical proficiency, by means of special exercises.
The Recorder Express method now comes packaged with a game code that unlocks the entire online game! You can use your own recorder as a controller while practicing the songs from the book in a fun game format. Preview the game for free at joytunes.com/express
Recorder Express puts you on track to becoming a great recorder player, while having fun! More than 120 folk, pop, and original songs and exercises are included, as well as technique tips and beginning music theory. Levels 1 and 2 are combined in this one edition! Notes are taught in this order: B, A, G, C, D, low E, low D, F-sharp, low C, F, high E. This method was well conceived and thoroughly tested by master teacher, clinician, and professional recorder player, Artie Almeida.
The included CD contains 99 tracks! Most are accompaniment only, but some feature a professional recorder player so that students can strive to match their beautiful tone and musicality. This title is available in SmartMusic.
(Music Sales America). Book 1 covers the first 15 notes on the descant recorder, introducing each note with illustrations. Book 2 completes the study of the descant recorder, then proceeds to teach the treble recorder.
John Pitt's classic three-part introduction to the recorder is now in one handy volume.Â It covers all the basics fromÂ holding the recorder, beginning to play, and developing skills and techniques.Â It's designed for solo playing or with live accompaniment on piano, guitar or using separately available CDs.Â Â This guideÂ isÂ aÂ great introduction to music!
The charming recorder repertoire in the Suzuki Recorder School has been carefully selected by Katherine White, in accordance with the principles and guidelines of Dr. Suzuki's philosophy.
Titles: Adagio from Sonata No. 4, Op. 7 (I) (R. Valentine) * Hornpipe from Royal Water Music Suite (G. F. Handel) * Larghetto from Sonata in C Major (Alto key) (I) (G. F. Handel) * Air from Les Gouts Reunis, Suite No. 8 (F. Couperin) * Siciliano from Concerto in F Major (II) (G. Sammartini) * Tempo di Gavotta from Sonata in C Major (Alto key) (IV) (G. F. Handel) * Allegro from Sonata in F Major (Alto key) (II) (G. F. Handel) * Allegro from Sonata in A Minor (Alto key) (IV) (G. F. Handel).