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Play the recorder in one day. Popular international songs, classical pieces & Christmas carols

Product details

Condition: new

Number of pages: 117

Number of songs: 66

Language: English

Size: 8,5 x 11 inches

Type: ‎‎ Paperback

Product description

You’ll start playing the recorder in one day!

“Play the recorder in one day” is a playing technique that uses picture-based recorder tabs. Every sound has a different picture with the representation of a recorder and holes you have to cover.

You’ll cover holes as in the pictures and you’ll get a tune! Just play successive sounds and create a song. Thanks to that, learning to play is easy and nice.

“Play the recorder in one day” is not only a technique to play the recorder but also a way to achieve your goal and fulfil your dreams. If you had no contact with music before, this book is ideal for you. Thanks to our simple method, you’ll quickly start playing and will see the progress just after a few minutes. Thanks to “Play the recorder in one day” in a short time you’ll be able to play your favourite songs and have fun with them.

The large size of the book (8,5im x 11 inch) makes the book very readable and convenient to use.

We'll show you the EASIEST METHOD for playing the recorder

Easy learning method – astounding results

The JOY of playing the first songs a few moments after receiving the book isn’t to describe 🙂

Even though songs can be played in a fabulously easy way – they retain their accurate and beautiful sound.

You can start playing at any age…!

… no need to be naturally talented or highly skilled.

Playing the recorder is also a great way for parents, grandparents, and children to spend time together.

Tried and tested method – already, several thousand people in many countries successfully play songs using our picture based notation.

You’ll easily start playing without any complicated music theory!

No initial knowledge is required! – Everything you need to know about using this method can be learned at the beginning of the book.

This makes this book ideal for complete beginners.

Your playing experience will also be enriched with:

Audio recording of each song

The song recordings were made using the same picture-based notation that you’ll find in the book. You’ll find a link to these sound recordings inside. You can access and stream these online or download them.

Preparing such a huge number of recordings might have been laborious for us, but listening to the songs before learning them will make it substantially easier for you to play them correctly.

Lots of songs (66)

The book includes as many as 66 songs, more than you’ll find in almost all other books of this kind.

This means that you are paying mere pennies for the picture-based notation of each of the songs.

(For the list of songs, see the description)

Large format (8.5 x 11 inches)

Books are printed in a large format to make them convenient to use.

They contain a large and clear font, making it easier for you to focus on playing.

What does it look like in the practice:

Table of contents

How to play the recorder
Recordings

Level 1

I’ve Got Peace like a River
Hush Little Baby
Oh, My darlin’ Clementine
Good King Wenceslas
Boogie Woogie
The Boll Weevil
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
Leaving of Liverpool
Rockin’ Robin
The Last Rose of Summer
Greensleeves
1812 Ouverture (P Tschaikowsky)
Piano Sonata No 11 (W A Mozart)
Scotland the Brave
Morning from Peer Gynt (E Grieg)
Orchestral Suite No 2 (J S Bach)
Largo from “the New World” Symphony (A Dvorak)
Christ Was Born on Christmas day
I Saw Three Ships
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
The First Noel

Level 2

Happy Birthday
Oh! Susanna
Whiskey in the Jar
Down by the Riverside
When Johnny Comes
Hava Nagila
Usa Anthem
500 Miles Away from Home
Amazing Grace
When the Saints Go Marching In
La Raspa
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (R Wagner)
Ode to Joy (L van Beethoven)
Triumphal March (G Verdi)
Die Fledermaus Ouverture (J Strauss)
Tales of Hoffmann (J Offenbach)
He Has a Red, Red Coat
Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
Up on the Housetop
O Come, Emmanuel
We Three Kings
Coventry Carol
Frosty the Snowman
Ding Dong! Merrily on High
It Came upon a Midnight Clear
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Intermezzo Op 117 no 1 (J Brahms)
Gymnopedie (E Satie)
20th Century Fox Fanfare
For Elise (L van Beethoven)
O Holy Night
Santa Baby

Level 3
Red River Valley
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Summertime
Simple Gifts
Scarborough Fair
That’s All Right Now, Mama
God Is so Good
Someone to Watch over Me
Buffalo Gals
Joy to the World
Take Me out to the Ball Game

Don't postpone starting to play - take the first step!

YOU’LL START PLAYING THE SAME DAY YOU RECEIVE THE BOOK; you have our word.

Try it and fall in love with this method of playing, like the thousands of people who already successfully use it!

Description

BOOK

Play the recorder in one day. Popular international songs, classical pieces & Christmas carols

Product details

Condition: new

Number of pages: 117

Number of songs: 66

Language: English

Size: 8,5 x 11 inches

Type: ‎‎ Paperback

Product description

You’ll start playing the recorder in one day!

“Play the recorder in one day” is a playing technique that uses picture-based recorder tabs. Every sound has a different picture with the representation of a recorder and holes you have to cover.

You’ll cover holes as in the pictures and you’ll get a tune! Just play successive sounds and create a song. Thanks to that, learning to play is easy and nice.

“Play the recorder in one day” is not only a technique to play the recorder but also a way to achieve your goal and fulfil your dreams. If you had no contact with music before, this book is ideal for you. Thanks to our simple method, you’ll quickly start playing and will see the progress just after a few minutes. Thanks to “Play the recorder in one day” in a short time you’ll be able to play your favourite songs and have fun with them.

The large size of the book (8,5im x 11 inch) makes the book very readable and convenient to use.

We'll show you the EASIEST METHOD for playing the recorder

Easy learning method – astounding results

The JOY of playing the first songs a few moments after receiving the book isn’t to describe 🙂

Even though songs can be played in a fabulously easy way – they retain their accurate and beautiful sound.

You can start playing at any age…!

… no need to be naturally talented or highly skilled.

Playing the recorder is also a great way for parents, grandparents, and children to spend time together.

Tried and tested method – already, several thousand people in many countries successfully play songs using our picture based notation.

You’ll easily start playing without any complicated music theory!

No initial knowledge is required! – Everything you need to know about using this method can be learned at the beginning of the book.

This makes this book ideal for complete beginners.

Your playing experience will also be enriched with:

Audio recording of each song

The song recordings were made using the same picture-based notation that you’ll find in the book. You’ll find a link to these sound recordings inside. You can access and stream these online or download them.

Preparing such a huge number of recordings might have been laborious for us, but listening to the songs before learning them will make it substantially easier for you to play them correctly.

Lots of songs (66)

The book includes as many as 66 songs, more than you’ll find in almost all other books of this kind.

This means that you are paying mere pennies for the picture-based notation of each of the songs.

(For the list of songs, see the description)

Large format (8.5 x 11 inches)

Books are printed in a large format to make them convenient to use.

They contain a large and clear font, making it easier for you to focus on playing.

What does it look like in the practice:

Table of contents

How to play the recorder
Recordings

Level 1

I’ve Got Peace like a River
Hush Little Baby
Oh, My darlin’ Clementine
Good King Wenceslas
Boogie Woogie
The Boll Weevil
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
Leaving of Liverpool
Rockin’ Robin
The Last Rose of Summer
Greensleeves
1812 Ouverture (P Tschaikowsky)
Piano Sonata No 11 (W A Mozart)
Scotland the Brave
Morning from Peer Gynt (E Grieg)
Orchestral Suite No 2 (J S Bach)
Largo from “the New World” Symphony (A Dvorak)
Christ Was Born on Christmas day
I Saw Three Ships
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
The First Noel

Level 2

Happy Birthday
Oh! Susanna
Whiskey in the Jar
Down by the Riverside
When Johnny Comes
Hava Nagila
Usa Anthem
500 Miles Away from Home
Amazing Grace
When the Saints Go Marching In
La Raspa
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (R Wagner)
Ode to Joy (L van Beethoven)
Triumphal March (G Verdi)
Die Fledermaus Ouverture (J Strauss)
Tales of Hoffmann (J Offenbach)
He Has a Red, Red Coat
Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
Up on the Housetop
O Come, Emmanuel
We Three Kings
Coventry Carol
Frosty the Snowman
Ding Dong! Merrily on High
It Came upon a Midnight Clear
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Intermezzo Op 117 no 1 (J Brahms)
Gymnopedie (E Satie)
20th Century Fox Fanfare
For Elise (L van Beethoven)
O Holy Night
Santa Baby

Level 3
Red River Valley
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Summertime
Simple Gifts
Scarborough Fair
That’s All Right Now, Mama
God Is so Good
Someone to Watch over Me
Buffalo Gals
Joy to the World
Take Me out to the Ball Game

Don't postpone starting to play - take the first step!

YOU’LL START PLAYING THE SAME DAY YOU RECEIVE THE BOOK; you have our word.

Try it and fall in love with this method of playing, like the thousands of people who already successfully use it!

Description


BOOK



Product details

Condition: new

Number of pages: 117

Number of songs: 66

Language: English

Size: 8,5 x 11 inches

Type: ‎‎ Paperback

Product description

You’ll start playing the recorder in one day!

“Play the recorder in one day” is a playing technique that uses picture-based recorder tabs. Every sound has a different picture with the representation of a recorder and holes you have to cover.

You’ll cover holes as in the pictures and you’ll get a tune! Just play successive sounds and create a song. Thanks to that, learning to play is easy and nice.

“Play the recorder in one day” is not only a technique to play the recorder but also a way to achieve your goal and fulfil your dreams. If you had no contact with music before, this book is ideal for you. Thanks to our simple method, you’ll quickly start playing and will see the progress just after a few minutes. Thanks to “Play the recorder in one day” in a short time you’ll be able to play your favourite songs and have fun with them.

The large size of the book (8,5im x 11 inch) makes the book very readable and convenient to use.

We’ll show you the EASIEST METHOD for playing the recorder

Easy learning method – astounding results

The JOY of playing the first songs a few moments after receiving the book isn’t to describe 🙂

Even though songs can be played in a fabulously easy way – they retain their accurate and beautiful sound.

You can start playing at any age…!

… no need to be naturally talented or highly skilled.

Playing the recorder is also a great way for parents, grandparents, and children to spend time together.

Tried and tested method – already, several thousand people in many countries successfully play songs using our picture based notation.

You’ll easily start playing without any complicated music theory!

No initial knowledge is required! – Everything you need to know about using this method can be learned at the beginning of the book.

This makes this book ideal for complete beginners.

Your playing experience will also be enriched with:

Audio recording of each song

The song recordings were made using the same picture-based notation that you’ll find in the book. You’ll find a link to these sound recordings inside. You can access and stream these online or download them.

Preparing such a huge number of recordings might have been laborious for us, but listening to the songs before learning them will make it substantially easier for you to play them correctly.

Lots of songs (66)

The book includes as many as 66 songs, more than you’ll find in almost all other books of this kind.

This means that you are paying mere pennies for the picture-based notation of each of the songs.

(For the list of songs, see the description)

Large format (8.5 x 11 inches)

Books are printed in a large format to make them convenient to use.

They contain a large and clear font, making it easier for you to focus on playing.

What does it look like in the practice:

Table of contents

How to play the recorder
Recordings

Level 1

I’ve Got Peace like a River
Hush Little Baby
Oh, My darlin’ Clementine
Good King Wenceslas
Boogie Woogie
The Boll Weevil
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
Leaving of Liverpool
Rockin’ Robin
The Last Rose of Summer
Greensleeves
1812 Ouverture (P Tschaikowsky)
Piano Sonata No 11 (W A Mozart)
Scotland the Brave
Morning from Peer Gynt (E Grieg)
Orchestral Suite No 2 (J S Bach)
Largo from “the New World” Symphony (A Dvorak)
Christ Was Born on Christmas day
I Saw Three Ships
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
The First Noel

Level 2

Happy Birthday
Oh! Susanna
Whiskey in the Jar
Down by the Riverside
When Johnny Comes
Hava Nagila
Usa Anthem
500 Miles Away from Home
Amazing Grace
When the Saints Go Marching In
La Raspa
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (R Wagner)
Ode to Joy (L van Beethoven)
Triumphal March (G Verdi)
Die Fledermaus Ouverture (J Strauss)
Tales of Hoffmann (J Offenbach)
He Has a Red, Red Coat
Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
Up on the Housetop
O Come, Emmanuel
We Three Kings
Coventry Carol
Frosty the Snowman
Ding Dong! Merrily on High
It Came upon a Midnight Clear
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Intermezzo Op 117 no 1 (J Brahms)
Gymnopedie (E Satie)
20th Century Fox Fanfare
For Elise (L van Beethoven)
O Holy Night
Santa Baby

Level 3
Red River Valley
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Summertime
Simple Gifts
Scarborough Fair
That’s All Right Now, Mama
God Is so Good
Someone to Watch over Me
Buffalo Gals
Joy to the World
Take Me out to the Ball Game

Don’t postpone starting to play – take the first step!

YOU’LL START PLAYING THE SAME DAY YOU RECEIVE THE BOOK; you have our word.

Try it and fall in love with this method of playing, like the thousands of people who already successfully use it!


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