Music from Around the World for Recorders

For Upper Grades in Waldorf Schools Descant, Alto, Tenor Recorder Ensemble Music

Selected and Arranged by Michael Preston

Spiral Bound


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Michael Preston has brought together a rich and varied presentation of some of the best songs and hymns from around the world. There isn’t a single entry that isn’t engaging and melodic, and arranged in a wonderful way so that the different voices really interact and support each other. This is a collection any recorder player would love and every recorder ensemble will rejoice to work with, the results are so very beautiful. This is a gift to the world of music, as much as to the world of Waldorf Education.

Take a look at the wealth that is inside:

  • Preface
  • Notes to Teachers
  • North America
    • Appalachian Hymn
    • Washington Square
    • Amazing Grace
    • Ashokan Farewell
    • The Waldorf Waltz
  • South America
    • Atahualpa’s Farewell
    • Carnavalito
    • El Condor Pasa
    • Mi Caballo Blanco
    • Peruvian Lament
    • Viente Anos
  • Africa
    • I Paradisi
    • N’kosi Sikalel’i Afrika
    • Siyahamba
    • Nha Fidjo
  • Portugal
    • Pescador
    • The Fisherman: Protuguese Sea Song
    • Ballade de Saudade
  • England
    • Jack’s Maggot
    • The Jolly Broom Man
    • Newcastle
  • Scotland
    • Margaret’s Waltz
    • The Skye Gathering
    • Westering Home
  • Ireland
    • The Star of County Down
    • Drums and Guns
    • Si Beag Si Mor
    • Londonderry Air
    • Be Thou My Vision
  • Russia
    • Christmas Candle
    • Little Birch Tree
    • Midnight in Moscow
    • Troika
  • Poland
    • River Wisla
  • Japan
    • Autumn Leaves
    • Here Is Happiness
    • Sakura
  • South Pacific
    • Pokarekare
    • Now is the Hour: Maori Farewell
    • Isa Lei: Fijiian Anthem
    • Hinanui Iti
  • Hawaii
    • Pua Lililehua
    • Sanoe
    • Ulili E’
    • Hawaii Aloha
    • O Kou Aloha No

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