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Razzamajazz Recorder -Teacher Book 2

Kevin Mayhew

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Product Code: 3611560

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Quick Overview

The fun and exciting way to learn the recorder
Grade 1 - 2

Takes the player up to 10 notes.

Razzamajazz is another exciting way to learn the recorder, but unlike Red Hot Recorder it concentrates on just learning the notes rather than the music theory. It fills pupils with confidence from day one, and the appealing, fun tunes are guaranteed to inspire!

• Starts with one note and new notes are introduced
one at a time
• Simple, clear, illustrated instructions
• Each book contains more than 10 pieces
• ‘Feel good’ accompaniments
• CD contains complete performance as well as accompaniment only.

This popular book has also been revised and now features fun tunes in the original version plus several entirely new ones that are designed to build confidence. The free CD contains new backing tracks at both performance and practice tempo.
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Product Code3611560
NameRazzamajazz Recorder -Teacher Book 2
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorSarah Watts
Short DescriptionThe fun and exciting way to learn the recorder
Pack Size1
Size210mm X 297mm
Date Published23 Feb 2001
Product RangeRazzamajazz
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Recorder, Grade 1

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 Sarah has a passion for encouraging people to enjoy music. As Artistic Director of the National Youth Music Camps she plays a large part in promoting the Dankworth 'all music' philosophy that influenced her early years.

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"Razzamajazz was the first series I wrote and I still think it is one of the most useful. The idea behind the various instrumental versions was to provide a way of learning an instrument while playing actual pieces. I thought the teacher might find it a useful accompaniment to the traditional tutor book.

I really wanted to write pieces which made the student sound good, right from the very first note. I wanted to set the student up for success by writing each piece with a special accompaniment that made them feel they had achieved something great, and made them want to turn the page and learn more.." - Sarah Watts

And then evening came
Banana Tango
Hairy scary practise
Harbour nights
How de do D
I got the B flat blues!
Looking up
Main Street
Morning in Moscow
Morning Mist
Noodlin and Doodlin
Peanut butter pals
Piece 63
Play of light
Sea Sparkle
Shrimp shuffle
Ten toe tapper
Water lilies
Western hoe down