Method for the Recorder: Soprano and Tenor, Part 1

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Plant-based PLA compound resin is produced from plant starch (corn is the main ingredient currently used) via a process that includes lactic acid fermentation and polymerization. These models are easy to care for, but sound great. In addition, the largest recorders are so long that the player cannot simultaneously reach the finger holes with the hands and reach the mouthpiece with the lips. His Musique de joye (1550) contains ricercares and dances for performance on "espinetes, violons & fleustes."

Pages: 48

Publisher: Associated (November 1, 1986)

ISBN: 0793578558

It had seven finger-holes in front and a thumb-hole behind, and a beak-shaped mouthpiece. The antiquity of the instrument is hard to determine because its playing position is so like that of similar instrument (other whistle types), that contemporary illustrations are of little help. But it has been estimated as being in existence in the 12th century, although the word 'recorder' first appeared in a document in 1388 My naturally slow tongue need never be a problem again, and that is gratifying! Record the metronome markings at which you can single-tongue repeated open Gs both four to a beat and three to a beat. Momentarily putting the clarinet aside, simply sit in a good playing position and say the words "Tuttle-uttle-uttle-uttle" (etc.) making sure that the tongue remains low, relaxed, and wide across the middle; not pointed ref.: Story, Fanfare Magazine UPC 009414726629 ORDER NOW Sound samples (uses RealPlayer) Click on the link to hear up to one minute of the movement shown.. Quintet in A Major, opus 91, no. 5 Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Mvmt 4 Quintet in C minor, opus 91, no. 6: Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Mvmt 4 CD267: ANTON REICHA Woodwind Quintets, Vol. 7, Opus 99, Nos. 1 & 2 , source: They're usually backed up and when you do schedule an appointment, they dedicate that day and time to repair your instrument! Great service, good prices, good and high level profesional people. This is my favorite store in the entire world, no lie. Levi is quite probably the best clarinet repairman on the west coast, and one of the best in the world - I know people who have traveled from as far away as Scandanavia just to have him work on their instruments

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