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Download The Beatles: Hal Leonard Recorder Songbook eBook
ISBN:
0793527635
Author:
Leo Sevush
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hal Leonard (September 1, 1987)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1153 kb
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1639 kb
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1812 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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732


The last page before the back cover shows many more collections from Hal Leonard, including The Beatles Complete, with piano/vocal/guitar.

It includes 25 lovely arrangements for two instruments of familiar melodies by Bach, many of them from the Little Note Book of Anna Magdalena Bach. 8 people found this helpful. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

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(Recorder). Recorder arrangements for 18 Fab Four hits, including: All My Loving * Come Together * Day Tripper * Eight Days a Week * Hey Jude * In My Life * Let It Be * Michelle * Norwegian Wood * Penny Lane * With a Little Help from My Friends * Yesterday * and more. Includes a fingering chart.
  • Zainian
This is a really good songbook, it is the Beatles so how could you go wrong? Although this book is for soprano recorder, it works well for piano, and guitar. So, I get a chance to use this book a lot.
  • Malaris
I'm a fairly decent recorder player, but this book is way beyond my abilities. It's definitely expert level. I was hoping for something fun to play, but this wasn't it. This makes a better piano book.
  • Jozrone
Thank you for putting out some Beatles tunes for the recorder! Now I can play and record all the parts on my mixer! Ahh.... "I Wanna Hold Yer Ha-a-nd," "She Loves Me, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!", performed by Maestriss, RA... Yeah... I may find fame yet! :o)
  • Faebei
Sorry, but the notes of the song don't really capture the scale of the real music, in my very personal opinion. I found better one somewhere else.
  • Roram
These eighteen songs are all written on the treble or G clef, with no notes below the treble clef and none I could find above. They are for solo recorder or voice (with words printed), and there is no piano accompaniment score. The last page before the back cover shows many more collections from Hal Leonard, including The Beatles Complete, with piano/vocal/guitar.

These are the Beatles’ songs in this recorder songbook: All My Loving; And I Love Her; The Ballad of John and Yoko; Can’t Buy Me Love; Come Together; Day Tripper; Eight Days a Week; Here, There and Everywhere; Hey Jude; In My Life; Let It Be; Michelle; Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown); OB-LA-DI, OB-LA-DA; Paperback Writer; Penny Lane; With a Little Help From My Friends; and Yesterday.

Easy to read, even without your trifocals. A nice collection, but that complete book is probably what I am looking for. I’ll keep this one, though.