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Florian Bramböck

Celtic Recorder Duets

17 duet arrangements for middle grade players from Ireland, Scotland and Brittany

Instrument line-up: Recorder Duet (SS)
Edition: Sheet Music
Composer: Florian Bramböck
Difficulty level:
(Intermediate)
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At a glance:

Series: World Music
Publisher: Universal Edition
Order no.: UE34190
ISMN: 9790008080364
ISBN: 9783702466794
Release: 14.12.2008
Weight: 180 g
Dimensions: 232x305 mm
Pages: 40

Description:

Celtic Music, in all its diversity - its mysticism, catchy tunes and, at times, its characteristically accentuated rhythms, is the traditional music from many parts of the British Isles and Brittany. The roots of this music are found in rhythmical songs, originally without instrumental accompaniment. The instruments we consider typical today were only added during the 18th century, namely, the fiddle, tin whistle, bodhran (an Irish frame drum) and the uilleann pipes (a bagpipe). They lend this folk music its characteristic sound. Popular kinds of melodies or rhythms of Celtic Music are the reel, jig, hornpipe and polka. Middle-grade recorder players will welcome this new edition of traditional music from Scotland and Ireland. The true secret of Celtic Music lies in the emotion - it's an instinctive kind of music. Melodies and lyrics are inseparably linked and reach out to the soul of every listener. You will easily find the lyrics to the pieces used in this volume on the internet. Enjoy singing and playing them!

Table of contents:

The Golden Jubilee
The Foggy Dew
My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean
John Riley
The Wild Rover
Tax Free Should Be All the Music
Danny Boy
Molly Malone
The Old Triangle
The Great Silkie
Drink Your Mighty Lemonade
The Minstrel Boy
Auld Lang Syne
Slievenamon
My Luv is Like a Red, Red Rose
Dance on the Shannon
Loch Lomond

Product reviews:

Overall Rating:
Stefanie | 19.05.2017
Die erste Stimme ist schön. Leider klingen die drei angespielten Stücke im Zusammenspiel, wohlgemerkt mit zwei erfahrenen Flötistinnen nicht besonderst toll. Mit Tenor- und Sopranflöte ist es etwas besser, aber es haut mich nicht vom Hocker.