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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.
£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.
£27.99
This book looks at the modern repertoire available for the recorder, supplying the practical informa...
£6.99
Recorder Backing Tracks
The recorder is a great instrument! The aim of the Red Hot Recorder Tutor is to inspire while having a lot of fun. This second book in the series has more notes to learn, catchy solo pieces, ensemble pieces and rhythm and scale exercises to encourage good technical practice.
£9.99
Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Tutor
By Schott
£19.99
Harpsichord Instrumental Tutor
By Schott
Maria Boxall's terrific method for Harpsichord is based on proven and succesful 16th to 18th-century sources, bringing them right up to date and suitable for today's players.
£9.95
Violin Instrumental Tutor
Learn more about your favorite fiddle styles and techniques through the writings of experts in bluegrass, country, Irish, Cajun and swing traditions.
£12.95
Recorder Instrumental Album
For MORE value-packed recorder fun at your fingertips, here are twelve MORE expertly written arrangements for recorder with accompanying Orff instruments, percussion and piano parts and all parts are reproducible!
£6.95
Drums, Percussion Instrumental Tutor
An brilliant introductory course in the art of playing The Bodhrán, covering all the basic techniques needed to accompany traditional Irish and other music styles.