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Piano Accompaniment, Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Album
A trio of fabulous compositions, by talented composer Geoffrey Winters, for Treble Recorder and Piano. With the tranquility of a still lake in Lakeland Lyric to the spirited Downland dance, these are Sound scapes in the true sense!
Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album

A collection of short, well known pieces for Recorder players of all ages, arranged in progressive order of difficulty. This edition contains the full Piano accompaniments for the Descant Recorder volume.

Viola, Piano Accompaniment Instrumental Work
The Concerto In E Flat For Viola, Strings And Basso Continuo is the reconstruction of a lost concerto that has been formed the works: BWV 169, BWV 49, and BWV 1053.
Flute, Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder, Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Album
'Style' is one thing Michael Jacques' Sounds Good! has lots of, with bags of rhythmic vitality thrown in as well!
Oboe, Piano Accompaniment Instrumental Work

Arranged by Rothwell

Violin, Piano Accompaniment Score and Parts

Composed by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Edited by Gustav Jensen.

Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Score and Parts
Twelve easy pieces for Descant Recorder and Piano that reflect the magic and unique atmosphere of the countryside.
Piano Accompaniment, Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Album
Chill-out pieces to enjoy between exams. Fun Club continues, with the treble recorder edition, including a free CD containing the performance and backing tracks.
Piano Accompaniment, Soprano (Descant) Recorder Instrumental Album
A rich and varied set of pieces specially selected as your very first Descant Recorder solos. Set as part of the ABRSM Descant Recorder examinations grades 1 and 3.
Alto, Choral, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Bass Voice, Tenor, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

Handel's spectacular Oratorio was composed in 1744 from a libretto by Charles Jennens that described the fall of Babylon.