Recorders without Borders, Vol. 2

Sweet Pipes

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Recorders without Borders Vol. II Arranged by Nina Stern Book and CD 19 pages 13 Beginning to Intermediate Recorder Pieces from Around the World using one octave (low D to middle D) and Percussion. These pieces are examples of tunes and dances Stern has come across in her own musical travels.Each
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Recorders without Borders Vol. II Arranged by Nina Stern Book and CD 19 pages 13 Beginning to Intermediate Recorder Pieces from Around the World using one octave (low D to middle D) and Percussion. These pieces are examples of tunes and dances Stern has come across in her own musical travels.Each piece is arrangedfor 2 soprano recorder parts and usually 2 or 3percussion parts. The arrangements have been made in such a way that all students in a classroom can be contributing members of the ensemble. Even if students have mastered only several notes, or one simple rhythm, there is a place for them in the group and the ensemble would not be complete without them. Arrangements appear in order of increasing difficulty.An enclosed play-along CD is intended to provide an idea of what the pieces can sound like and as a play-along tool for instructors and players using this book. Each tune has 4 musical tracks associated with it: (1) performance with all parts (2) percussion parts only (3) percussion parts with Recorder 2 (4) percussion parts with Recorder 1. For beginning to intermediate players.Recorder notes used: D, E, F, F#, G, A, B, high C, high D.Percussion instruments used: frame drums, finger cymbals, tambourine, hand clapping, ankle or sleighbells, rattles, agogo bell, claves, shaker, conga, djembe, bass drum. Contents: Welsh Folk Tune (traditional Welsh) Kiowa Love Song (traditional Native American) Ala De'Lona (traditional Middle Eastern) Dance of Hercules (Tielman Susato) Aude, mome (traditional Macedonian) Bhawaiya (traditional Bengali farmers' work song) O Menussis (Greek dance) Sit Down Sister (African American spiritual) Quebra, Quebra Gabiroba (traditional Brazilian) Que Bonita Bandera (traditional Puerto Rican) Gilotte (Michael Praetorius) Obsiwana (traditional Ghanian) Water Come a Me Eyes (traditional Jamaican)
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