The Bass Recorder Handbook

Books | Bass Recorder

Publisher: Novello
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Denis Bloodworth. This highly practical guide to the bass recorder, by one of the leading specialists in the field, is both clear and succinct. Exploring a wide range of possible fingerings, it lays the foundation for a versatile technique and is well illustrated with charts and examples. In addition there are 14 solos and a duet by Telemann and his contemporaries which provide an attractive repertoire on which to build.
ISBN: 9780853606468
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: NOV110202

      Musicroom Reviews

      Very thourgh, but not realy suitable for a new recorder player, whick I am, as there are no training exercises. An in depth study of the pitfalls and problems with the bass recorder was very good.
      Anonymous - (Stockport, United Kingdom)
      I was looking for a book to get me started in practising my new bass recorder. This was just what I wanted. The music was the right standard for me and was sufficiently interesting to make practising fun.
      Anonymous - (Bournemouth)
      Small but sound and clear book - cannot compare it with other Bass recorder books but it does compare well with simple descant tutors.
      Anonymous - (FAREHAM, United Kingdom)
      This is a very useful, if concise, book. The music at the end is good for practice as you start out on the Bass Clef. The summary of fingering, and the options is very useful.
      Anonymous - (Loughborough, United Kingdom)
      Very easy to follow. Just purchased a bass recorder and this is a very useful handbook for a total novice, like me. Prompt delivery and well packaged. Very pleased.
      Anonymous - (Altrincham, United Kingdom)

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