How to Play the Recorder is a highly visual and user-friendly guide for learning to play the recorder independently, and also a perfect companion to recorder lessons. Designed to educate without overwhelming, How to Play the Recorder is carefully structured to challenge readers a little at a time. Notes are clearly introduced at appropriate stages, alongside specially selected musical pieces that provide context and a sense of achievement. A range of useful hints and tips offer additional guidance and encouragement throughout. Written with an expert music consultant, How to Play the Recorder also introduces key points of music theory, helping increase general knowledge of music and note reading as practical proficiency grows.
Large 8″x10″ – 50 Sheets/100 Pages
- Music notation guide included for easy reference
- Simple interior design on crisp white pages
- 6 Large staves per page with wide spacing between each staff, makes it easy for kids to write in
- Fun cover design appealing to boys, girls, tweens and teens
- Perfect beginner music book for young musicians, composers or songwriters
- Also makes a great blank sheet music book for music lessons
The eight volumes in this series contain a detailed list of the requirements for each grade of the Theory of Music exams, information needed in the context of the exam, specimen questions and exercises, and guidance on their solutions. Each book provides a sound foundation for anyone wishing to understand music theory as it is used in practice. A wide variety of music examples are used to illustrate the texts and to provide exercises.
The Music Theory in Practice series has helped more than one million musicians worldwide to learn about the notation & theory of music. Now fully revised, this workbook remains the best way to prepare for the Associated Board s Grade 2 Theory of Music Exam, offering a clear explanation of music notation, straightforward language throughout, many worked examples & practice exercises, definitions of important words & concepts, specimen exam questions & helpful tips for students.
A three-volume theory text designed to be used with or without the correlated software diskettes. Perfect for classroom use. Students learn new concepts in class with the workbook, then may review and reinforce those concepts in a computer lab. A combination text and workbook in three volumes. All areas of music theory are covered in a concise and practical manner and each level contains 28 lessons.
This recorder course by John Pitts is written for 7-11 year olds no previous knowledge of music or recorders is necessary. It is carefully graded with clear explanations at every stage, enouraging children to develop musical skils as well as recorder techniques. The teacher’s books include simple piano accompaniments, guitar chord symbols and performance suggestions for classroom percussion. The tune books provide extra solo and duet material to supplement the instruction in each book ideal for children who need more practice and for fast learners who need extra material to hold their interest. Book 1 introduces the first six notes through a mixture of well-known and original tunes. By the end of the book, all the basic rhythm patterns have been covered. The full-color revised edition also features eight extra pages with some new tunes and rounds.