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23 x 30 cm, 40 pages

Art.Nr. VHR 3613
ISBN 978-3-920470-82-5
ISMN 979-0-2013-0093-1

Barbara Ertl

Weihnachtslieder 2 Altblockflöten

Quick Overview

Duets for two treble recorders

: 2 Altblockflöten

30 songs from all over the world; a supplement to any tutor.
Next to not to be missed Christmas-Highlights the author has chosen charming, lesser known songs and pieces.
Chord symbols make it suitable for playing in a group.
Beautiful illustrations by Wolfgang Steinmeyer supplement the book perfectly.

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€ 12.80
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Table of contents

Adoración al nino Jesús

Alle fangt an

Alle Jahre wieder

C'étatit la veill' de Noel

Das Licht einer Kerze

Drei Weihnachtslandler

Eine große Freud' verkünd' ich euch

Es blühen die Maien

Es ist für und eine Zeit angekommen

Es singt wohl ein Vöglein

Feliz Navidad

Ihr Kinderlein, kommet

Julekveldsvise

Kommet, ihr Hirten

Les anges dans nos campagnes

Lieb Nachtigall, wach auf

Lulajze, Jezuniu

Maria durch ein' Dornwald ging

Nun es nahen sich die Stunden

O du fröhliche

O Tannenbaum

Quando nascette Ninno

Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Stern über Bethlehem

Still, o Himmel, still, o Erden

Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht

Tal und Hügel sind verschneit

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Ya viene la vieja

Authors portrait

Barbara Ertl was born near Rosenheim, Germany, in 1960. Music was very much a part of her childhood in Upper Bavaria and she went on to study elementary music education and recorder at the Orff Institute of the Mozarteum University of Music in Salzburg and at the Meistersinger Conservatory in Nuremberg. She then undertook an additional course in teaching musical instruments in special education and a postgraduate course in general music education. For many years she lectured in recorder methodology and teaching practice at Nuremberg University of Music. She has worked for a long time as a music teacher and musician in Nuremberg and holds advanced courses in fields of music education.

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