Medieval and Renaissance Dances For Recorders, Dancers, and Hand Drums (Classroom Kit)

Heritage Music Press

Item No. 803011
Alt. Part # 9780934017510
UPC Code 9780934017510
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Medieval and Renaissance Dances for Recorders, Dancers and Hand Drums By Isabel Carley Book with student book,39 pages 23 processionals, carols, farandoles, branles and pavanes from England, France, Hungary, Germany and Spain. These are set for soprano and tenor recorders, hand drums, triangles and
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Medieval and Renaissance Dances for Recorders, Dancers and Hand Drums By Isabel Carley Book with student book,39 pages 23 processionals, carols, farandoles, branles and pavanes from England, France, Hungary, Germany and Spain. These are set for soprano and tenor recorders, hand drums, triangles and finger cymbals. Recorder range is C to high E (intermediate level). Includes background information; 4 pages of exercises and tunes for hand drum, with permission to copy hand drum parts; and easy line, circle and partner dances with directions and practice hints. A student book with enlarged print comes with the teacher book (2 to 3 students can easily use the book at the same time). Four-packs of student books are also available (item 803012).,; Contents: 1) Hand Drum Tutor: Pieces for Hand Drums 2) Processionals: Background;and Dance Instructions; Des Oge Mais (13th c. Spain); Le Roi Anglais (15th c. France) 3) Caroles: Background;and Dance Instructions: Orientis Partibus (12th-13th c. France), Angelus Ad Virginem (12th-13th c. England), Quem Pastores (14th c. Germany), Susanni (14th c. Germany) 4) Farandoles: Background;and Dance Instructions: Hymn to St. Nicholas (12th-13th c. France), A L'entrada Del Temps Clar (Machaut, 14th c. France), Maienzeit (Reuental, 13th c. Germany) 5) Branles: Background;and Dance Instructions: When I See Winter Return (Muset, 13th c. Provence), Old French Song (14th c. France), Branle Double (Arbeau, 16th c. France), Philou (Praetorius, 17th c. England), Branle Simple (Moderne, 16th c. France), Branle Simple (Arbeau, 16th c. France), En Ma Dame (16th c. France), Branle Gai (Arbeau, 16th c. France), Horses Branle (Arbeau, 16th c. France), Haut Barrois (Arbeau, 16th c. France), Ungaresca (16th c. Hungary) 6) Pavanes: Background;and Dance Instructions: Helas, Madame (King Henry VIII, 16th c. England), La Gaiette (Attaignant, 16th c. France), Processional Pavane (Attaignant, 16th c. France)
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