"Recorder and More" book by Gerald Burakoff and Beth Crook. Fifteen lessons designed for the elementary general music class, including an introduction to recorder playing in combination with experiences in singing, dancing, playing percussion instruments and autoharp. The recorder is used as an integral part of the total music program, excellent for use individually or with beginning recorder methods or a textbook series.
For soprano, alto and tenor recorders. A very colorful and exciting composition which beautifully captures the Scots Gaelic mood and flavor in three distinct movements. All parts are equally interesting and of equal difficulty. Very suitable for upper intemediate consorts.
Arranged by Gerald Burakoff & Willy Strickland. An instrumental collection of eleven favorite and traditional carols for the lower intermediate level recorder player. Scored for a variety of duet combinations, with parts of equal difficulty and interest; SS, SA, SS/A.
Arranged by Gerald Burakoff & Willy Strickland. Tastefully arranged for soprano and alto recorders. Contains a variety of songs and dances. Easy to intermediate difficulty. A good introduction to ensemble playing. Very interesting alto parts.
Arranged by Gerald Burakoff & Willy Strickland. Delightful settings of ten famous ballads and dance tunes from Jacobean, Restoration, Elizabethan, and Shakespearean England. Duets scored for soprano and alto recorders, with optional tenor recorder. Soprano & alto parts of equal interest and difficulty; tenor of minimum dfficulty. For the intermediate recorder player.
Finally! Arrangements that challenge your more advanced soprano players and beginning alto players. Seeds of Discovery presents folk song arrangements (with lyrics) that combine soprano player melodies of various difficulty levels with alto parts of only three or four notes. Each piece includes a teacher's score with lesson ideas, guitar chords, and suggested Orff accompaniment as well as a copy-permitted student recorder part with fingering chart. This is a great addition to the general music recorder repertoire.