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Selections from Harry Potter for Recorder

Recorder Collection. Movie. Book. 24 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.28031).

Item Number: AP.28031

ISBN 0739047469. Movie.

Written for easy recorder, this book gives you everything you need to start playing today! It features big, easy-to-read notes, a beginner's guide to playing the recorder, and a clear, simple introduction to reading music. Includes a red recorder. Seven themes from the first four Harry Potter movies are included. Titles: Double Trouble * Fawkes the Phoenix * Harry's Wondrous World * Hedwig's Theme * Hogwarts Forever! * Hogwarts' March * Nimbus 2000.

  • Double Trouble 
  • Fawkes the Phoenix 
  • Harry's Wondrous World 
  • Hedwig's Theme 
  • Hogwarts Forever! 
  • Hogwarts' March 
  • Nimbus 2000 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Ft. Worth, TX
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  • March 04, 2012 Nice book, but too advanced for learning

    This book came with a recorder and I thought it was for learning how to play. The first couple of pages were great for first-time learning. Then it shows the fingering chart and throws you into highly advanced songs from Harry Potter. I had to put the book away...

    , get another recorder learning book and learn all the notes including the sharps and flats before going back to this book. I'm starting to enjoy the songs now, but geez, I felt misled.

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  • 4

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • November 15, 2007 Harry Potter

    This 24p book (with 4 pieces from the 1st movie, and 1 from each of the next three), is for beginners, although the speed and dexterity required by a couple may stump beginners, hence the higher rating. Hedwig's Theme - the piece everyone wants - and Double Trouble are both enjoyable...

    , and all are written in large format, which requires page turning for "Nimbus 2000." Since the first 8p is dedicated to the briefest introduction to recorder playing, only pp. 9-23 are actually dedicated to the HP music. What is missing? Chord and/or percussion accompaniment - there is certainly enough white space for them. Later movies will require new editions with more selections and improvements in a slightly smaller font. I recommend this book as a gift to children, perhaps 8-10 year olds and even to much older players, such as music teachers, who wish to impress a class around Hallowe'en.

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