Descant Recorder: Christmas Carols (Book + CD) - 10 favourite carols arranged

By: Sebba / Moses

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Descant Recorder: Christmas Carols (Book + CD) - 10 favourite carols arranged by Sebba / Moses
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A&C Black Music: A&C Black, 2005. The 10 well-known carols in this Christmas collection are ideal solo repertoire for competent and improving recorder players. The comprehensive pack contains: - solo part - piano accompaniment insert - playalong CD backing tracks at practice and performance speeds - played by a full Christmas band - and exemplary recorder performances. These are not tunes for complete beginners, but most are very playable by improvers. 'Solo stars' will be able to impress themselves and their listeners with the more flamboyant items. This great value pack includes Good King Wenceslas, I Saw Three Ships, In The Bleak Midwinter and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.<p>. Paperback. New.

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