Recorder Books

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  • #1772
    Linden
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    I’m currently reading Thoughts on the Recorder by Geert Van Gele. I’m a little ashamed to say that I bought it a few years ago, not long after publication but life has intervened and I’ve only just got around to reading it properly rather than just dipping in here and there. I’m enjoying it a lot. It’s a very chatty, easy read with lovely illustrative stories along the way. Definitely fun and interesting!

    Wasn’t sure where to put this topic but I think ‘teaching and learning’ seems a sensible place!

    #1801
    Largissimo
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    The only book about recorders I have so far is Alan Davis’ “Treble Recorder Technique.” A gold mine of information that goes well beynd my current needs. Only trouble is, this edtion does not appear to have been proof-read. At all.

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    #1803
    Linden
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    @ Largissimo – Yes, there’s enough in the Davis book for several life times!

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