What music can you play on recorder?

What music can you play on recorder?

Happy Birthday to You.

  • Titanic: My Heart Will Go On.
  • Baby Shark.
  • Amazing Grace.
  • Ode to Joy.
  • It’s Raining.
  • Mary had a Little Lamb.
  • Row Row Row Your Boat.
  • What are recorder pieces?

    The recorder is a family of woodwind musical instruments in the group known as internal duct flutes—flutes with a whistle mouthpiece, also known as fipple flutes.

    What musical period is the recorder from?

    But from the late 18th century, under growing pressure from the flute, an instrument that differed in terms of volume and timbre, the recorder was increasingly overlooked….The origins of the Recorder. The birth of the recorder.

    Period Era in musical history Role of the recorder
    19th century Romantic period Almost no trace of recorder performances.

    Who wrote music for recorder?

    Composers of the baroque era who wrote specifically for the recorder include Bach, Handel, Purcell, Sammartini, Scarlatti, Schütz, Telemann and Vivaldi all of whom carefully distinguished it from the transverse flute. Sonatas and chamber music featuring the recorder have been surveyed by Rowland-Jones (1995b & c).

    What is the best song to play on recorder?

    First 50 Songs You Should Play on Recorder Recorder

    • Air (Air On The G String)
    • All Of Me.
    • All You Need Is Love.
    • Amazing Grace.
    • Basin Street Blues.
    • Believer.
    • Best Song Ever.
    • Carnival Of Venice.

    What is an easy song to play on the recorder?

    Here are my favorite beginner recorder tunes: Hot Cross Buns. Go To Sleep. Au Clair De La Lune.

    Is there any classical repertoire for the recorder?

    I am often asked whether there is any classical and romantic repertoire for the recorder. Yes, of course there is – quite a lot in fact. But who are the composers, what are the pieces called, and where have they been published?

    Who was the first composer for the recorder?

    The most extensive collection of music for a solo wind instrument by a single composer was Jacob van Eyck’s Der Fluyten Lust-Hof (1646/1649) for the recorder. And the first collection of pieces in all 24 keys was L’Alphabet de Music by the recorder player/composer Johann Christian Schikhardt (c. 1682-1762).

    Who are the most famous composers of the classical era?

    Here are two works from him: Symphony No. 3 in G Major, WoO 34 ( Great National Symphony) Sonata for Piano and Violin, Op. 4 No. 4 Alright, here he is – the Classical Era’s and classical music’s most popularly known composer: Mozart

    What kind of music was played during the Romantic era?

    It is true that both traditional recorders and their more recently developed standardized counterparts such as the English flageolet, the French flageolet and the Viennese Csakan were played throughout the classical and romantic period.

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