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How to play the Recorder ... Descant, etc.

Author: Margaret Bradford; Elizabeth Parker
Publisher: London : Chappell & Co, [1940]
Edition/Format:   Musical score
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Genre/Form: Methods (Music)
Methods Self-instruction
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Bradford; Elizabeth Parker
OCLC Number: 498512428
Description: 2 bk ; 8vo
Contents: All the birds have come again / Folk-tune --
On the bridge of Avignon / French folk-tune --
The nightingale / Old nursey tune --
Hot cross buns / English folk-tune --
Hunting song / French folk-tune --
Make hay by the river / Folk-tune --
In the woods / Russian folk-tune --
Rufty tufty / English folk-dance --
Cuckoo / Old ditty --
Hop, hop, hop! / Early folk melody --
Cobbler / Provençal tune --
Tiny John / Nursery song --
Little bee / Folk song --
Hunting call / Old French --
Jingle Bells / American ditty --
By the light of the moon / French folk-tune --
There was a shepherd maiden / French folk-tune --
Gowdie / Scottish tune --
Christmas / Old festive melody --
Hickory, dickory, dock / English nursery rhyme --
Unto us a son is born / Christmas carol --
Good king Wenceslas / Christmas carol --
I saw three ships / English carol --
The old chateau / French tune --
The sea-gull / Irish folk-song --
Blow, boys, blow / Sea shanty --
Ould John Braddelum / English folk-tune --
Shepherd's overture / French song --
Edward / English folk-tune.

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