Rounds can be a useful tool for recorder players as warm up exercises, a simple resource for technical work, learning a new instrument or as performance pieces. EachRounds for Recorders volume contains 20 rounds, ranging from short, simple pieces to more complex works. Each round is printed for soprano/tenor, alto and bass recorders. Researched to enhance player knowledge, these rounds provide musicians with plenty of fascinating material to both read and perform. Always interesting but reflecting past times, some of the rounds contained within are unsuitable for children.
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Volume 4 contents
1. I love The Mountains - Traditional 2. White Sand And Grey Sand - Anonymous 3. Når I Bøgenes Duftende Sal - Otto Laub (1805-1882) 4. Dans Le Forêt Lointaine - Traditional French 5. Talent M’Est Pris - Codex Ivrea (14th Century) 6. O My Fearful Dreams - Thomas Ravenscroft, Pammelia (1609) 7. As I Me Walked On A Morning Fair - David Meville, Ane Buik Off Roundells (1612) 8. Wars Are Our Delight - William Lawes (1598-1645) 9. Dona Nobis Pacem - Traditional 10. Sir John Guise - Anonymous (19th Century) 11. Tallis’ Canon - Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) 12. Canon A Tre All Unisono - Giovanni Battista Vitali (1632-1692) 13. Let’s Have A Peal For John Cook’s Soul - Thomas Ravenscroft, Pammelia (1609) 14. Yesternight I Was Full Merry - Simon Ives (1600-1662) 15. The Scolding Wife - Henry Purcell (1659-1695) 16. Wind Gentle Evergreen - William Hayes (1708-1777) 17. Sir John Hawkins Hist’ry - John Wall Callcott (1766-1821) 18. Epitaph On Sally Salisbury - John Stafford Smith (1750-1836) 19. M’Ave Rotta Le Scarpette - Antonio Caldara (1670-1736) 20. Gebt Mir Zu Trinken - Robert Schumann (1810-1856) Notes On The Rounds