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Fun and Games With The Alto Recorder 2
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Fun and Games With The Alto Recorder 2

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Recorder
Desc Ed12705
Publisher Schott
Catalog # 49012928

Price: $12.95

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Fun and Games With The Alto Recorder 2 For Recorder. Published by Schott. (Catalog # 49012928, UPC: 884088014667)

A comprehensive recorder method ranging from the beginner's first notes and progressing in carefully managed small steps to advanced playing on the alto. Particular value is placed on musical awareness; expressive playing is presented on an equal basis with breathing, finger and tonguing techniques. Singing and playing from memory are essential to musical development and play a major role throughout the series. Since the first volumes of “Fun and Games with the Recorder” for soprano recorder are intended for use with children from about six years of age, this method for alto recorder is therefore aimed at children of around 10 • 12 years. As in the previous books in this series we address the child directly and provide carefully planned and precisely formulated exercises.

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