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    An Introduction to Playing the Recorder and A Continuing Course in Playing the Recorder – now available in print copies and digital downloads.

    An Introduction to Playing the Recorder is a unique approach to beginning recorder instruction. It is a one-of-a-kind method that draws from the vast repertoire of classical music. This book teaches familiar melodies from composers such as Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, and Dvorak, which not only teaches recorder technique, but also develops and nurtures a love for beautiful music and music making.

    Take your learning to the next level with A Continuing Course in Playing the Recorder, to be used following An Introduction to Playing the Recorder. The second installment of this series includes examples of music written specifically for the recorder by composers such as Bach, Handel, and Telemann. Key signatures, chromatic notes, and excerpts from the recorder repertoire will be introduced in this exciting continuation of your musical journey.

    Written by Jennifer L. Anderson, edited by Patricia L. Morrow.

    Available at http://www.howsweetthesoundstudios.com/print-music

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