Introducing B-A-G - Tape Alone
Introducing B-A-G - Tape Alone composed by Don Muro. For soprano recorder. Recorder Music. Accompaniment Cassette. Published by J. D. Wall Publishing Co (MM.RM0012C).
Six very easy pieces for the beginning recorder player. The first piece contains only one note, the second piece contains two notes, and the four remaining pieces contain three notes. Only whole notes, dotted half notes, half notes, and quarter notes are used. In spite of these limitations, the pieces are exciting, delightful, and very musical.
"Introducing B-A-G consists of six very easy pieces for the absolute beginner. The first piece uses only a B, then the A is added, and then a piece called "GA-GA" comes in using, you guessed it, only the notes G and A. Finally "Land's End", uses all three notes. Rhythms are also very elementary. How many ways can we teach BAG on a soprano recorder, year after year, without driving ourselves insane? Recordings such as these are certainly a help. If you need to listen to a classroom full of students blowing away on nothing but a B on a soprano recorder, you might as well use the "Queen B" piece with its lively accompaniment!" (American Recorder)
- Queen B
- Skating Away
- Land's End