Recorder From The Beginning: Recorder Quartets (Set Of Parts)

Books | Recorder (Quartet)

Catalogue No: CH65109
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
A new collection of quartets for descant, treble, tenor and bass recorders by John Pitts. This varied selection of quartets includes Latin American dances, hit show tunes, folk and classical favourites, blues and ragtime pieces, and some original compositions by John Pitts. Challenging and wide-ranging, the collection is aimed at the more advanced recorder group. In all the pieces all players have a chance to feature. This set includes separate parts for Descant, Treble, Tenor and Bass. A separate playing score is also available for sale (CH61696).
ISBN: 9780711995246
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 31 May 2002
No of pages: 68
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music
 
     
       

        Recorder From The Beginning: Recorder Quartets (Set Of Parts) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        8.3
        Value for money
        7.3
        Overall rating
        8.0
        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        8 out of 10

        Rowena

        Somerset GB Somerset music teacher
        +
        Lovely range of pieces, nice to have a choice
        Expensive, especially as the parts don't come with the whole score, you have to buy it separately. No idea of the standard - certainly not for beginners!
        Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2017
        Published on: 24 January 2017
        8 out of 10

        Kathryn

        saltash GB music teacher and director
        +
        Good selection of pieces which is achieveable.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 24 January 2014
        Published on: 21 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

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        4
        Very well arranged set of pieces ranging from Purcell to ragtime and Andrew Lloyd Weber. My only criticism is that the descant gets the best tunes (and I say this as the descant player!).
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
        5
        Orchestrations très intéressantes pour petits ensembles. La mélodie est distribuée tour à tour ce qui permet à tous de prendre du plaisir
        Anonymous - (Locoal Mendon, France)

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