Books & Tuition Books – 152 items
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Recorder Instrumental Tutor
Recorder Magic Descant Tutor Book 3 provides inspiring pieces to develop the recorder playing skills of the intermediate level Recorder player.
£8.99
Recorder Instrumental Tutor
By Schott
A comprehensive method for group, individual and self-tuition with sections on handling your recorder, care and maintenance, first notes, reading music, as well as great examples to show off what you have learnt.
£9.99
Recorder Instrumental Tutor
Red Hot Treble Recorder Tutor combines best practice with a fun approach, establishing a firm technique, making the learning process really enjoyable.
£5.99
Recorder, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album
By Schott
£6.99
Recorder Instrumental Tutor
By Schott
Part 2 of the comprehensive recorder course is brimming with playful ideas and accessible elements that really make learning the instrument fun, both for individuals and group-teaching situations.
£5.99
Oud Instrumental Tutor
One of the most important instruments of the Middle East, the Oud is a distinctive member of the Lute family and uses a microtonal vocabulary. Discover its secrets with this comprehensive tutorial.
£9.95
Dulcimer, Guitar Tab Mixed Songbook
A beginning method for the appalachian dulcimer with a unique new approach to solo melody and chord playing.
£14.95
History
One of the best-known guides to courtly dance of the Renaissance was the "Nobilta di Dame" (1600), an Italian dance manual offering a rich repertory of aristocratic social dance, including the music and fully described choreography for 49 dances.
£4.95
Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Tutor
By I.M.P.
The original and still popular recorder method can be used by people of no great musical ability who may be unable to take a music lesson by means of any other medium.
£5.50
Recorder Instrumental Tutor
By I.M.P.
The original and still popular recorder method can be used by people of no great musical ability who may be unable to take a music lesson by means of any other medium and can thus discover music together with their pupils.