The charming recorder repertoire in the Suzuki Recorder School has been carefully selected by Katherine White, in accordance with the principles and guidelines of Dr Suzuki s philosophy Titles One Bird, Variation A Based on a Kod ly Theme One Bird, Variation B Based on a Kod ly Theme Now We Sing K White Mary Had a Little Lamb Folk Song Suo Gan Folk Song Daddy Long Legs Kod ly Melody One Bird, Variation C Based on a Kod ly Theme Cuckoo Folk Song French Children s Song Folk Song The Finch Based on a Kod ly Theme Mary Had a Little Lamb G Major Folk Song Clair de Lune J B Lully The Honeybee Folk Song Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Theme Folk Song Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variation Shinichi Suzuki Go Tell Aunt Rhody Folk Song One Bird, Variation D Based on a Kod ly Theme The Best of Times Folk Song Allegro Shinichi Suzuki Clouds Folk Song Goodbye to Winter Folk Song Clown Dance Folk Song Swedish Dance Folk Song A Tiny Forest Bird Folk Song My Little Boat Folk Song The Turtle Dove Folk Song Hungarian Dance Folk Song Hansel and Gretel Folk Song Dream, Children, Dream Folk Song Little Man in the Woods Folk Song Are You Sleeping Folk Song Two Kings Children Folk Song Come Lovely May W A Mozart Tonalization Fingering Chart....
|Title||:||Suzuki Recorder School: Soprano Recorder (Volume 1)|
|Publisher||:||SUZUKI October 1, 1999|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||978 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Suzuki Recorder School: Soprano Recorder (Volume 1) Reviews
I would recommend Suzuki Style learning for any instrument I learned to play my violin this way to start as well. It builds confidence to be able to play real music right away. Instant gratification. :) But of course any instrument requires practice and a desire to learn. I would recommend Suzuki Style learning for any instrument. It helps with expression and to not be so afraid of reading those notes and hearing only your own instrument. Jamming with the CD helps with the rhythm and makes you want to practice longer.
Exactly what we needed to satisfy our music teacher's requirement.
I am getting two pieces from book 1 recital ready while awaiting delivery of my soprano book 2 and alto book 1. I thank the recorder school for helping me rediscover, as an adult, the love of music, and Suzuki method in particular, I had as a child learning violin and piano
It is a good beginner book but I need a different approach. I did get a few good tips from it.
I am a student of the person who authored this method book in consultation with Suzuki, famous for his success teaching other instruments. With her help and this method, I am actually learning.