Learn to Play the Recorder by Dave Oliver
  

Synopsis

Learn to Play the Recorder by Dave Oliver

Most children learn music at some point and their first instrument is often the recorder. Here is a great kit which will give them both their very own high-quality recorder and an easy to follow instruction book showing them how to play it. The 24-page book includes 16 easy tunes which children will already be familiar with so they can start playing right away. Numbers range from Old Macdonald's Farm , Jingle Bells and Ten Green Bottles to Frere Jacques , Alouette and When the Saints Go Marching In . The kit is perfect for home and school and makes an ideal gift, being both fun and educational. It features full-size plastic recorder. It includes 16 popular tunes. It is ideal for age 6+.

About the Author

Dave Oliver specialises in writing books for children about music and playing musical instruments. A musician himself, he plays bass and harmonica in blues and soul bands in London.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Board book and Other merchandise
24 pages
Interest Age: 6+

Author

Dave Oliver
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Publisher

Red Kite Books an imprint of Haldane Mason Ltd

Publication date

31st August 2010

ISBN

9781905339419


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