Recorder and Tinwhistle Books and Methods
|Mel Bay's Fun With The Recorder
By Franz Zeidler. A very popular beginner's text which
presents a step-by-step method of recorder instruction supported by
carefully written studies, examples, and songs.
Mel Bay's You Can Teach Yourself Recorder
Mel Bay's Fun With The Alto Recorder
By Franz Zeidler. Presents carefully written examples, studies, and a wealth of songs to teach important concepts. May be used in class with the companion Fun with The Recorder.
Mel Bay's Hymns & Sacred Melodies For Recorder
Mel Bay's Basic Recorder Method
Mel Bay's Christmas Carols For Recorder
Mel Bay's Tinwhistle For Beginners
By Dona Gilliam & Mizzy McCaskill. The ideal tinwhistle instructional text for children. This book presents familiar melodies while progressing slowly and carefully. Works equally well for class or individual instruction. D whistle.
Mel Bay's Deluxe Tinwhistle Songbook
By Patrick Conway. Ireland's Patrick Conway has collected 71 favorite Irish ballads, hornpipes, jigs, and reels and transcribed them for tinwhistle. Guitar chords are shown for each piece. D whistle.
Mel Bay's Whistler's Pocket Companion
By Dona Gilliam & Mizzy McCaskill
The Complete Irish Tinwhistle Tutor
By L.E. McCullough. A comprehensive, detailed approach to playing Irish music on the tinwhistle. There are 72 dance tunes and airs suitably arranged, including some recently composed pieces.
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