Start off by learning to hold the recorder, then learn the basics of reading music Soon you will be playing tunes like Au Clair De La Lune, Jingle Bells, Shortnin Bread, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Scarborough Fair and many ....
|Title||:||How to Play the Recorder: A Basic Method for Learning to Play the Recorder and Read Music Through the Use of Folk, Classical, and Familiar Songs (Handy Guide) (How to Play Series)|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music June 1, 1979|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||961 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
How to Play the Recorder: A Basic Method for Learning to Play the Recorder and Read Music Through the Use of Folk, Classical, and Familiar Songs (Handy Guide) (How to Play Series) Reviews
We have a small group of beginning recorder players that use this book. We love it.
This recorder lesson book is fine, and includes a number of scores for playing solos and duets. From a starting to play standpoint, it goes through all of the very basic issues, for a good smooth start. I am an advanced beginner, so I am more interested in the sheet music for solos and duets, which seem adequate for the price.
VERY EASY TO USE. I BOUGHT ANOTHER BOOK AT THE SAME TIME AND THIS ONE WAS EASIER AND CHEAPER.
Liked the way it taught each note and the selections of songs to play. My grandson is learning to play the recorder as well and this book have songs that we can play together.
Book arrived promptly, in good condition. I ordered it for my husband, since he plays recorder and I do not. He liked the book and said instructions were clear.
The book is thinner than I was expecting, and that's fine, but the weird thing is how the music is oriented. Instead of reading it like a normal book, the text is sideways vs how the cover is oriented.