Ocarina From The Beginning - CD Edition

Books and CDs | Ocarina

Publisher: Chester Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
The Ocarina is an ancient instrument dating back thousands of years and has been important to many cultures all around the world. In recent years, it has enjoyed increased popularity and was featured on the now classic video game, 'Zelda: Ocarina of Time'

There are many different types of Ocarina - this book is designed for use with a four-hole pendant Ocarina pitched in D.

You'll discover that learning to play the Ocarina is a fantastic and fun way to begin enjoying music. The instrument is inexpensive and it's easy to play beautiful tunes from the very beginning.

You don't need to be able to read music to start using this book. In fact, any teacher, with or without musical knowledge, will discover that Ocarina From The Beginning offers an easy-to-use step-by-step method that will yield impressive results. It uses well-known songs, which can also be sung, to make learning fun, and chord symbols are included so that a guitarist can accompany the songs.

You'll be amazed how quickly you learn and soon you'll be playing your favourite songs to impress your friends and family.

This CD Edition comes complete with a CD of backing tracks to play along to.
ISBN: 9781849383073
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 17 April 2010
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH75999

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      Amsterdam, Holland GB Late starter cellist
      The first half of the book introduces playing the ocarina with pictures and teaches the first songs. It is very easy and the cd is a great help, nice arrangements.
      The second half of the book introduces note reading pretty fast. One can not learn so fast without enough excersises.
      Confirmed purchase: 12 September 2014
      Published on: 26 September 2014

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