Recorder virtuosi and composer John Turner's indispensible new guide for composers writing for the solo recorder. This hugely useful book features chapters on the history of recorder composition, as well as the instrument's range, player technique, dynamics, balance and effects, and an extensive bibliography of recommended recorder works.
Produced for the Rural Music Schools Association, this classic text provides a firm foundation for the development of aural training for performers or teachers of music.
Charles Hallé: The Musical and Social Life of a Victorian Superstar A biography written by his great grandson Charles Martin Hallé Newly published by Forsyth
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In this delightful little book Walter Carroll, the master composer of piano music for children ,recounts how his most famous work, Scenes at a Farm, came to be written.
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