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Enjoy the Recorder, Descant Tutor, Book 1 - teacher score by James Brian Bonsor (1926-). For Soprano/Descant Recorder and Piano. Recorder Methods. Teacher s. Published by Schott Music (MM.ST11465).

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Soprano Recorder, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Recorder, Woodwinds
Baroque Studies for Descant Recorder. (or Other Melodic Instrument (Flute, Oboe, Violin)). By L

Pages: 80
Instruments: Flute, Violin, Soprano Recorder, Woodwinds, Strings, Recorder
Genres: Baroque Period, Classical
By van Eyck. For Soprano/Descant Recorder. Recorder Solos. Published by Dolce

Instruments: Soprano Recorder, Recorder, Woodwinds
(Pavanen, Galliarden und Couranten- 23 Tanze in variablen Besetzungen fur Blockflotenensemble, Renaissance- oder andere Blas- und Streichinstrumente). By Melchior Franck (1579-1639). Edited by Ulrich Schmid. For soprano recorder/alto recorder/tenor recorder/bass recorder. Frutti Musicali. Level 3. Score, Set of parts. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag

Instruments: Alto Recorder, Soprano Recorder, Recorder, Woodwinds
Genres: Baroque Period, Classical
Basic Recorder Technique, Volume 2, Soprano by Orr. For Soprano/Descant Recorder. Recorder Methods. Published by Berandol (MM.DER1022). Throughout this book the emphasis is on technique, but in order that this technique may be used for musical expression immediately, most of the book consists of music; technical exercises are kept to a minimum. Volume I of this book covered the low register of the recorder. The present volume extends the range of notes up to the third octave D, the highest note commonly written for the soprano recorder. This book is divided into 15 main sections. In each, some new point of technique is introduced and exercises and practice pieces are given. Pieces unrelated to the main topic of the section are also included. These present further difficulties connected with techniques introduced in previous sections.

Instruments: Soprano Recorder, Recorder, Woodwinds