Folklore in recorder training is a welcome change. Sylvia Corinna Rosin travels with us to Hellas, as Greece is called in Greek. Our travel guide, known for her BlockflötenSpiel (EB 8760/61) method and many repertoire books, presents the most beautiful songs and dances from all parts of the country. The second part for alto or tenor recorder adds a rhythmically accentuated accompaniment which is intended for the teacher or for advanced students. Chordal symbols allow the participation of guitar or piano. Percussion instruments are also very fitting. The contents of every piece are related, the typical qualities of Greek folklore are explained, and a map facilitates our orientation. Thus: pack your recorder(s) and lets head off to Greece!
|Manufacturer||Breitkopf & Hartel|
|Last Updated||2021-01-18 03:23:19|
|Publisher||Breitkopf & Hartel|
|Composer||Sylvia Corinna Rosin|