American Folk Music for Recorder

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Cod produs: SKU5270
Cod catalog: ADG118
Editura: ADG Productions
Status: Cerere speciala
Categorie: Partitura & Versuri/Woodwind/Descant Recorder/Spanish/Album instrumental
Au contribuit: Walsh, Jessica (Editor)
Limba: Engleza
Gen: Spanish
Nr. pagini: 40

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American folk music is just right for Recorder. There are 34 songs in this collection, from the lyrical beauty of Amazing Grace and Shenandoah to the rollicking good fun of Lane County Bachelor and Old Joe Clark, these tunes will keep you playing – and keep your listeners dancing and singing. All of the tunes are notated for soprano recorder. They can be played on recorder alone, or with Piano, guitar, or any chord instrument. Chord symbols are included with the music. The lyrics are included in the book. Lyrics can help with learning rhythm, or with memorization of the melody. They allow the player to sing as well as play, or to invite others to sing along. Besides, they are fun. The Play-along CD has separate channels for Recorder and Piano accompaniment. The first section of the CD includes all of the tunes, with Jessica Walsh on Recorder and Andrew D. Gordon on Piano. The second section is a Play-Along, featuring wonderful Piano accompaniments arranged by Anita Briggs. The music notation for the Piano accompaniments are available as PDF files for download.

Piese muzicale incluse:

Amazing Grace
Aura Lee
Every Night
Git Along Little Dogies
Little Brown Jug
Locks And Bolts
Love Is Pleasin'
Morning Has Broken
Mother Says Go On Dear Children
Old Joe Clark
Polly Williams
Pretty Saro
Red River Valley
Shaker Blessing
Sweet Betsy From Pike
The Bad Girl
The Bear In The Hill
The Dear Companion
The Farmer's Curst Wife
The Gal I Left Behind Me
The House Carpenter
The Lane County Bachelor
The Nightingale
The Pinery Boy
The Rose Of Alabamy
The Streets Of Laredo
The Two Sisters
The Water Is Wide
The Wife Of Usher's Well
Wayfaring Stranger
What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor?
Who Killed Cock Robin?