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Method for the Advanced Recorder Player, 180 pages Spiral bound

By Andrew Charlton

Recorder - Level 5 - Very Difficult
Composed by Andrew Charlton. This edition: spiral bound. Recorder Methods. 180 pages. Published by Jolly Robin Press (MM.JRMM001).

Item Number: MM.JRMM001

The first edition was reviewed by Bernard J. Hopkins in the November 1982 issue of The American Recorder. This review started: "If a serious and determined recorder player is seeking a guide for his ascent of Parnassus, he will find it in this volume. Andrew CharltonO has produced this Compleat Recorder Player to fill a long-felt need for a comprehensive adult tutor." Below is only a partial listing of the wealth of stimulating musical material that this spiral bound manual offers: Sixty-Three Basic Technique Exercises Sixty-Nine Articulation and Coordination Studies Fourteen Interval Studies Alternate-Fingering Studies and Exercises Thirty-Nine Scale and Arpeggio Studies Thirty-Eight Double and Triple Tonguing Exercises Sixteen Bass Recorder Studies Twelve Studies from the Works of J.S. Bach (for various member of the recorder family) Sixteen Duos from the Works of J.S. Bach (for various member of the recorder family) Renaissance and Baroque Embellishment Twenty-Two Characteristic Etudes (extended pieces for various member of the recorder family) Fifteen Duos by Various Composers (for various member of the recorder family).

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  • 5

    Nikolaos Margaris
    Athens, Greece
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  • 2014-07-16 23:36:30.0 Excellent for intermediate players

    As an intermediate player I would recommend this book to everyone who would like to exercise properly and also expand his/her knowledge about classical/baroque repertoire. There is a great amount of exercises, of different type supporting both Soprano & Alto recorders, and also a lot of musical pieces to...

    play. Buy this book and start practicing!

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