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Choral, SATB Vocal Score
The volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time.
£9.95
Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album
This fun collection of graded repertoire will appeal to pupils and teachers alike.
£4.99
Wind Ensemble, Soprano (Descant) Recorder, Recorder Ensemble Instrumental Album
Easy duets for descant recorders, ranging from Beethoven to the blues, to encourage the learning of new notes and rhythms.
£3.99
Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album
Easy duets for descant recorders, ranging from Beethoven to the blues, to encourage the learning of new notes and rhythms.
£8.95
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
Edited by Anthony Petti. A thematic anthology of secular European Madrigals and part-songs from the 16th and early 17th centuries.
£8.95
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
A comprehensive series of Latin motets from the Renaissance period, combining old favourites with lesser known works.
£9.95
Wind Ensemble, Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder, Recorder Ensemble Instrumental Album
The Teacher's book includes a simple piano accompaniment with guitar chord symbols to accompany the pieces in Recorder Duets From The Beginning: Pupil's Book 1.
£8.95
Wind Ensemble, Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder, Recorder Ensemble Instrumental Album
Includes a simple piano accompaniment with guitar chord symbols to accompany the pieces in Recorder Duets From The Beginning Pupil's Book 2.
£4.99
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
A series of short volumes, each devoted to a single composer or appropriate group of composers, thoroughly exploring the unlimited resources of Renaissance sacred polyphony.
£5.95
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
A series of short volumes, each devoted to a single composer or appropriate group of composers, thoroughly exploring the unlimited resources of Renaissance sacred polyphony.