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Czidra László: Treble Recorder-ABC

Setting: Recorder (alto)
Series: Instrumental ABC
Genre: Method, Tutor
Language: Hungarian, English, German
Length: 92 pages
Format: 23 x 30,2 cm (Bach)
Weight: 0.362 kg
Published: February 1999
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest Zeneműkiadó
Item number: 14188
ISMN: 9790080141885
Because students generally begin playing the treble recorder only after several years' study of the descant recorder, Treble Recorder ABC is not intended for beginners but presupposes a basic knowledge of musical concepts and instrumental technique. László Czidra (1940-2000), the Hungarian recorder player and teacher known all over the world, set three main educational objectives in compiling the volume: to enable students to acquire the transposing manner of reading of the instrument tuned to F; to give a systematic technical foundation; and to make the students acquainted, at least on the level of skills, with the ornamentation and variation practice of the Renaissance and the Baroque, two eras providing the majority of the repertory for the instrument.
ABC Series
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Violoncello and Piano
Violoncello and Piano
Recorder, Recorder and piano
Recorder (alto)
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Oboe and Piano
Tenor horn and piano, Tenorhorn, Trumpet and Piano, Trumpet
Trombone, Tenor Trombone
Percussion and Piano
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