DescriptionThe 2nd, 4th and 5th positions are introduced, also trills, double stopping, chords, spiccato and sautille bowings. Each new technique is demonstrated in a short study. The difficulties of each hand are isolated and only one point intouduced at a time.A separate piano accompaniment section is included within this volume.SonglistAriosoBagpipesBerceuseBourreeCanto AmorosoChanson De MatinChant Sans ParolesGavotte Green Our Fields Once More Are GrowingMazurkaMelodieMinuet From SamsonNancy´s FancyPassing ByPlaisir D´amourRomantic PiecesSarabandSchlummerliedSolveig´s SongTo A Wild RoseTraumereiWaltz
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DescriptionA variety of different bowings are introduced so that the pupil learns how to use and become familiar with every part of the bow. Every exercise and piece introduced in this book is designed to improve some aspect of technique. Violinists will also enjoy playing these melodies, which with their attractive piano accompaniments and violin duet parts, have been carefully selected to give pleasure at any stage.SonglistA Little ChildAlouetteBlow Away The Morning DewBobby ShaftoeChoraleCock-a-doodle-dooCradle SongDance Of The Blessed Spirits (Orfeo Ed Euridice) [Gluck, Christoph Willibald]Dona Nobis PacemEarly One MorningEileen AroonFolk TuneFor He´s A Jolly Good FellowFrench Bugle MarchGod Save The QueenGolden SlumbersI Had A Little Nut TreeIlkley MoorJimmy Crack CornJohn Brown´s BodyJohnny ToddKate DalrympleKing ArthurMarch (Scipio)Marching Through GeorgiaMinuetMountain SongMy Little HenMy Love´s An ArbutusOn Wings Of LoveOne Man Went To MowOranges And LemonsPolly Wolly DoodlePretty Polly OliverRule BritanniaRustic SongScottish ReelSlumber SongSoldier´s MarchSong Of The ReapersSong Of The Volga BoatmanStudySur Le Pont D´avignonThe BeesThe Flower Of Country DownThe Girl I Left Behind MeThe Happy BeggarThe Jolly MillerThe KeeperThe Little SandmanThe Merry PeasantThe Sailor´s HornpipeThe Yellow Rose Of TexasVenetian Waltz
Media Type : BookLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : All StylesNumber of pages : 48 The second book in the highly acclaimed Student´s Series, and a must for any person studying the basic fundamentals of music. The handy-sized volume includes easily understood examples, exercises and an excellent section of harmony. A highlight is the brief section on transposition in a most usable, descriptive format. Perfect for individual or classroom use.
Edition de Philip Ledger408 pages 220x147mmThis book presents 60 of the very best madrigals for SATB, chosen from the many hundreds of possible candidates. The major composers of the genre are each represented by several madrigals and the lesser figures by one or more.SATB unaccompanied Bateson: Those Sweet Delightful LiliesBennet: All Creature NowBennet: Weep, O Mine EyesByrd: Lullaby, My Sweet Little BabyByrd: This Sweet and Merry Month of MayByrd: Though Amaryllis DanceCavendish: Come, Gentle SwainsEast: Poor is the LifeEast: Quick, Quick, Away, Dispatch!East: No Haste But Good!Farmer: Fair Nymphs, I Heard One TellingFarmer: Fair Phyllis I SawFarnaby: Consture My MeaningGibbons: Ah, Dear HeartGibbons: Dainty Fine BirdGibbons: O That the Learned PoetsGibbons: The Silver SwanGibbons: Trust Not Too Much, Fair YouthGibbons: What is our Life?Greaves: Come Away, Sweet LoveKirbye: See What a Maze of ErrorMorley: April is in my Mistress´ FaceMorley: Fyer, Fyer!Morley: Hard by a Crystal FountainMorley: I Love, Alas, I Love TheeMorley: Leave, Alas, This TormentingMorley: My Bonny Lass She SmilethMorley: Now is the Month of MayingMorley: Sing We and Chant ItMorley: Though Philomela Lost Her LoveMorley: Whither Away So Fast?Ramsey: Sleep, Fleshly BirthTomkins: Adieu, Ye City-Prisoning TowersTomkins: Music DivineTomkins: O Yes! Has any Found a Lad?Tomkins: See, See the Shepherds´ QueenTomkins: Too Much I Once LamentedVautor: Mother, I Will Have a HusbandVautor: Sweet Suffolk OwlWard: Come, Sable NightWeelkes: As Vesta WasWeelkes: Come, Sirrah Jack, Ho!Weelkes: Hark, All Ye Lovely SaintsWeelkes: O Care, Thou Wilt Despatch MeWeelkes: Hence, Care, Thou Art Too CruelWeelkes: Since Robin HoodWeelkes: Sing We At PleasureWeelkes: Strike It Up, TaborWeelkes: Thule the Period of CosmographyWeelkes: The Andalusian MerchantWeelkes: Thus Sings My Dearest JewelWilbye: Adieu Sweet AmaryllisWilbye: Draw On, Sweet NightWilbye: Flora Gave Me Fairest FlowersWilbye: Lady, When I BeholdWilbye: O What Shall I Do?Wilbye: Sweet Honey-Sucking BeesWilbye: Yet, Sweet, Take HeedWilbye: Weep, Weep, Mine Eyes
DescriptionThe volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time.All appear in completely new editions by Anthony G. Petti.SonglistAgnus Dei [Morley, Thomas]Alleluia [Taverner, John]Audivi [Taverner, John]Ave Verum Corpus [Byrd, William]Cibavit Eos [Byrd, William]Dum Transisset [Johnson, Robert]Euge Caeli [Tallis, Thomas]Gloria Laus [Tye, Christopher]In Manus Tuas [Shepherd, John]Sancte Deus [Tallis, Thomas]Senex Puerum [Byrd, William]Venite Comedite [Byrd, William]
A comprehensive method for group, individual and self tuitionDescription : The best way to learn any instrument is to have lessons from a good, experienced teacher. Although, happily, the number of such teachers is constantly growing, the recorder is still frequently taught by enthusiastic but inexperienced teachers and many players start by teaching themselves. This series of books sets out to help learners of all ages in all three situations. Experienced teachers, who may choose to disregard much of the text as personal demonstration is always clearer than the written word, will find exercises and fine tunes a-plenty to support their own method at each stage. The less experienced will benefit from many valuable teaching hints culled from long experience and may rely on the books to lead to a sound playing technique and a mastery of simple notation. Those learning by themselves - and I started in this way - are urged to work carefully and systematically through the books, taking plenty of time to assimilate each point before moving on. For them, without the personal model provided by a live teacher, it is vitally important to listen as often as possible to fine players, in person or on record, so that they have in their mind´s ear a clear notion of the kind of sound they would like to produce. But however they start, I can only wish that all who use these books will derive as much pleasure and musical satisfaction and gain as many lasting and valued friendships as I have through this most subtle, delightful and sociable of instruments. (Brian Bonsor) ´´...this work is likely to become a standard work very quickly and is to be recommended to all schools where recorder studies are undertaken´´ (Oliver James, Contact Magazine) These two tutors, with accompanying teacher´s books, are for newcomers to the instrument who are beginning on the treble and so assume no previous knowledge either of the instrument or of musical notation.Edition : student´s bookLanguage : English
Instrumentation : low voice and pianoVersion : song book with CDDescription : A collection of American and British songs especially suitable for the progressing singer. Includes a companion CD of piano accompaniments.Contenu : Argento: Dirge - Britten: The Ash Grove - Britten: O Waly, Waly - Britten: The Salley Gardens - Copland: At the River - Copland: Simple Gifts - Finzi: Fear no more the heat o´ the sun - Finzi: Oh fair to see - Head: Money, O! - Ireland: Spring Sorrow - Quilter: Drink to me only with thine eyes - Quilter: Weep you no more - Rorem: Little Elegy - Rorem: Love - Vaughan Williams: Bright is the ring of wordsLangue : English
Twenty-five traditional folk songs, plus 19 songs written in the folk style by 20th-century composers such as Shostakovich, Knipper, and Zakharov. Each of the songs appears with a vocal line, full piano accompaniment, and guitar chords. The lyrics are shown in the original Cyrillic, in transliteration, and in an English translation.Reprint of the Random House, New York, 1962 edition.All Throughout The Great Wide World I Wandered Along The Peterskaya Road Clouds Have Risen Over The City Dark Is The Night Do Not Awaken My Memories Do Not Scold Me And Do Not Reproach Me Down Along The Mother Volga Down The Volga River Dubinushka Far Away, Far Away Farewell To Happiness In The Meadow Stood A Little Birch Tree In The Valley Kalinka Katiusha Lonely Accordion Meadowland Moscow Nights My Heart My Sweetheart No Sounds From The City Are Heard Oh You Dear Little Night Regimental Polka Should The Volga´s Banks Be Flooded Silently Snow Flurries Song Of Greeting Song Of The Volga Boatmen Stenka Razin Strains Of Guitar Strolling Home The Boundless Expanse Of The Sea The Cliff On The Volga The Light The Little Bell The Slender Mountain Ash The Story Of The Coachman The Village On The Road Through The Village Troika Rushing Wait For Me Wait For Your Soldier Who Knows Why Why Do You Gaze At The Road