Playing Alto Recorder

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Playing Alto Recorder
Level One
By Gerald and Sonya Burakoff 
Book
31 pages

Alto recorder method book; for group or individual instruction.

50 international folk and classic melodies (no lyrics); exercises. Brief intros to music symbols and note values. Solos and duets; correlates with Alto for Two (802978).

For upper elementary and up. 

Note Progression:  High E, high D, high C (one octave above middle C), high F, high G, B, A, G, high A, high F#, F, Bb, high Eb  

Contents:

  • Allemande
  • Andante
  • The Ash Grove
  • Aura Lee
  • Blow the Man Down
  • Bouffons
  • Bransle
  • Bransle De Champaigne
  • Canon
  • Carousel
  • Chanukah
  • Chester
  • Dance
  • The Donkey
  • Folk Song (German)
  • Folk Song (Russian)
  • Folk Tune (English)
  • Folk Tune (French)
  • Folk Tune (Welsh)
  • Gavotte
  • The Gift To Be Simple
  • Hey, Ho, Nobody Home!
  • Hymn To Joy
  • Il Est Ne
  • Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier
  • Joseph Lieber, Joseph Mein
  • The Judge's Tune
  • Lady, Come
  • 'Liza Jane
  • May Is Here
  • Mice and Crickets
  • Minuet
  • My Father's House
  • The Nightingale
  • Old Dance
  • Old Hymn
  • Picardy
  • Pierrot
  • The Potter
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Silent, Silent
  • Skip Dance
  • Southwell
  • Spring Is Here Again
  • Suo Gan
  • Temple Bells
  • Theme
  • Waltz Tune
  • We Gather Together
  • We Three Kings of Orient Are
  • When the Train Comes Along
  • Winter Goodbye

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Why did you choose this?
West Music Store
Recommended on the American Recorder Society website
Nancy H on May 18, 2013
I am starting a recorder club where students play the soprano recorder and learn the alto recorder. I wanted to view what materials are available for the alto recorder and have been pleased with this publisher in the past.
Attn: M on Sep 23, 2012
Recommended on the American Recorder Society website
Nancy H on May 18, 2013
I have an alto recorder and have been playing it with my grandchildren who learned a beginners book from me last year.
Robert T on Jan 2, 2013
I am starting a recorder club where students play the soprano recorder and learn the alto recorder. I wanted to view what materials are available for the alto recorder and have been pleased with this publisher in the past.
Attn: M on Sep 23, 2012
I wanted elementary level beginning alto book - I like Sweet Pipes but it's for adults.
Deanna F on Aug 26, 2012
Needed a programmed set of studies for a beginner on the sopranino recorder. Since none were listed, I chose this one because the fingerings are the same.
Gerald E on Jun 22, 2012
looks like a good music book
Lisa S on Mar 21, 2012
To get the basics about learning the Alto Recorder
Judith M on Dec 8, 2011
I needed a basic alto book for my 4th - 6th graders and this was recommended to me by a fellow conference attendee.
Marie M on Oct 14, 2011
I have an alto recorder and have been playing it with my grandchildren who learned a beginners book from me last year.
Robert T on Jan 2, 2013
I wanted elementary level beginning alto book - I like Sweet Pipes but it's for adults.
Deanna F on Aug 26, 2012

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