Recorder From The Beginning: Pops And Shows - Pupil's Book

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Publisher: Chester Music
Author: John Pitts
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
A great collection of favourite pop and show tunes, from The Lion King to Evita, Phil Collins to Bryan Adams, plus three irresistible new tunes by John Pitts. All superbly arranged and graded to be ideal for recorder players of any age.

Designed to be used alongside the author's best-selling Recorder From The Beginning teaching scheme, this book will be suitable for players who have reached the beginning of Book 2 of the tutor. The incentive to perform these popular pieces will help develop new skills and rhythmic awareness.

Teacher's book contains piano accompaniments for all the pieces.
ISBN: 9780711976870
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH61539

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              Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
              9 out of 10


              London GB
              Just as described in the blurb.
              Would have liked some more up-to-date pop songs.
              Confirmed purchase: 16 February 2015
              Published on: 02 March 2015

              Musicroom Reviews

              A great selection of songs and show music. My nine year old is enjoying trying to play them and is now keen to play whereas the book they are being taught from does not make her want to do this! And, more importantly, we are enjoying her playing them too!
              Anonymous - (Corsham, United Kingdom)
              Looking forward to it, the children were very excited when I purchased it. A variety of music of varying standards. Would myself have liked some two part included
              Anonymous - (Derby, United Kingdom)
              Great easy tunes for all from beginner to more experienced.
              Anonymous - (St Helier, United Kingdom)

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