Easy Ensemble Pieces for Soprano Recorder – Teachers’ Edition
Recorder Frolics is a beginning recorder ensemble book for soprano recorders. A tenor recorder part for an advanced student or the teacher and some tasteful percussion parts are included as accompaniment. These tuneful arrangements will motivate your recorder students from fourth grade to adult!
The companion Play Along CD recording for Recorder Frolics contains play-a-long and performance versions arranged in traditional Orff Schulwerk style with interludes for your creative additions. A Performance Pak is available separately on request that includes one Teacher’s Edition (Book/PACD) and a 10-Pack of student books.
Table of Contents
It’s in the BAG
Wake Up! You Sleepy Head
E’s and Low D – Canon in Three
Frolics with F#’s
Round E Round We Go-e
Warm and Witty
What to Do With 3 and 2
On a Roll
Low and Sweet
Teacher Performance Notes
About Robert Amchin
Dr Robert A. Amchin is distinguished teaching professor of music education and the concentration coordinator for music education at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. In 2006, he was made an honorary lifetime member of the Kentucky Orff Association and named a Distinguished Teaching Faculty member at Louisville in 2007.
Rob holds degrees in Music Education from the New England Conservatory of Music, The University of Michigan and a teaching certificate from the Orff Institute. He is also a professional percussionist.
Rob provides recorder, movement, and pedagogy instruction for Orff Schulwerk teacher training courses and is recognized as a general music clinician at local, state, national, and international levels. He has recently lectured in China, Israel, Poland, Canada, and Austria. In addition to workshops for teachers, he offers artist-in residence events with children.
Rob was conference co-chair of the 2003 AOSA Conference and has presented at numerous sessions at National AOSA conferences. He has served as an MENC general music education mentor. Prior to teaching at the collegiate level, he taught elementary music in Spring, Texas. He continues to teach music to children in Louisville.