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23 x 30 cm, 88 pages

Art.Nr. VHR 3611
ISBN 978-3-920470-17-7
ISMN 979-0-2013-0033-7

Barbara Ertl

Jede Menge Flötentöne!, Bd. 1

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Method for treble recorder with a kick

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This tutor book gives teachers a selection and combination of songs, pieces and exercises that present a concept, which offers a colourful and varied musical range with diligently chosen learning steps. This textbook is for children between 9 and 12 years

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Table of contents

Hallo, darf ich mich vorstellen?

Die Töne e´´, d´´, c´´

Die Diggedies

Der Ton f´´

Der Ton g´´

Der Ton a´

Schon wieder Diggedies

Der Ton g´

Die Triole

Was ist denn hier los? Oktavieren 1

Übung macht den Meister 1

Der Ton h´

Oktavieren 2

Der Ton a´´

Da fällt mir was ein! Improvisieren 1

Die Diggedies unterwegs

Der Ton h´´

Notenrätsel 1

Der Ton c´´´

Die C-Dur-Seite

Der d´-Triller

Der h´- und h´´- Triller

Schon mal gehört, gesehen, gelesen?

Der Ton b´

Der Ton b´´

Die Diggedies in China

Der Ton f´

Notenrätsel 2

Da fällt mir was ein! Improvisieren 2

Der Ton d´´´

Oktavieren 3

Übung macht den Meister 2

Die F-Dur-Seite

Methodische Erläuterungen

Gedanken und Beispiele zum Erlernen schwieriger Rhythmen

Grifftabelle

Liederverzeichnis

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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