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School Recorder Book, The - Book 1

School Recorder Book, The - Book 1

Product code: EJ10015
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The classic descant recorder tutor book by Priestley & Fowler, a best-seller for over 50 years; covers the first 15 notes on the descant recorder, introducing each note with illustrations.

All through the night (Ar hyd y nos) – trad. Welsh

Andulko – trad.


Au clair de la lune – trad. French

Away in a manger – Fitzpatrick


Cader Idris – trad. Welsh

Canon – Tallis

Chant – Humphrey, P

Come, follow – trad.

Coventry Carol – trad.

Cuckoo – trad. Austrian

Cuckoo, The – trad.

Down in Demerara – trad.

Early one morning – trad.

Flowers of the Forest, The – trad. Scottish

Frere Jacques – trad. French

Frog & the Crow, The – trad.

German Folk tune in G

German Folk Tune in G (There is a little man standing in the wood) – trad.

German Tune, A – trad.

Glad that I live am I (Water-End) – Shaw, G

Go tell Aunt Nancy – trad. USA

Go to Joan Glover– trad.

Goddesses – trad.

Good King Wenceslas – trad.

Harp that once through Tara's Halls, The – trad. Irish

Holly & the Ivy, The – trad.

Hot cross buns – trad.

I saw three ships – trad.

Jack & Jill – trad.

Let us with a gladsome mind (Monkland)

Liebster Jesu – trad.

Loch Lomond – trad. Scottish

London's burning – trad.

Lullaby – Brahms

National Anthem, The (God Save the Queen) – Arne

Neighbours, The – trad.

Now the day is over (Eudoxia)

O sacred head (Passion Chorale) – Bach, J.S. arr.

Pease pudding hot – trad.

Phoebe in her petticoat – trad.

Praise to the Holiest in the height (Richmond)

Round the Clock Suite: Wake Up, Bedtime, Swinging & Playtime – Stapleton

Sandman, The – Brahms

Slaves to the world – trad.

Soldiers' March - Schumann


St. Flavian

Turn again, Whittington – trad.

Welsh Melody, A (Suo-Gan) – trad.

While shepherds watched (Winchester Old)

White Sand – trad.

Will ye no' come back again? – trad. Scottish

Ye holy angels bright (Darwell's 148th)

Youth's the season – trad.

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