Recorder Ensembles

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recommended by Barb M., Keyboard and Folk Music Specialist

It’s not easy to find easy and intermediate reac28a00fafe822d28d26ba982d7d7e5a_195x255corder ensemble collections,
but here at Stanton’s we have recently received two new issues from Universal Edition. The first, “The Best of Time & Rhythm for Two Recorders and Percussion,” is a collection of easy pieces for two recorders, either SS or SA, with  an easy percussion part for each song. The pieces come from the British Isles and Europe.

The second collection, “The Best of Time & Rhythm for Three Recorders and Percussion,” is intermediate level. The recorder voicing is SSA. This collection includes French and German dance tunes with percussion. These collections would be fun for students on a level past the beginner stage, and the addition of percussion instruments makes the pieces even more interesting. Whether you teach recorder at school, or play recorder yourself, these would be a welcome addition to your music library!

To find out more about this recorder music, or other recorder music, call us at 1-800-42-music, email us at keyboard@stantons.com, or visit our website, http://www.stantons.com. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

About the Author:

Barb M. has worked in the Keyboard Department at Stanton’s since 1981. An active folk musician in the Columbus area, Barb also works with ensembles at her church and plays in the Columbus State Concert Band. In her spare time, Barb loves working with animals and computer games.

 

 

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