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Schott Classical Hits for 1-2 Treble Recorders (Fun and Games with the Recorder) Schott Series   

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Here is the long-awaited volume of popular classical melodies in Magolt's successful series. Now recorder players can also enjoy playing through the best known catchy tunes in classical music for themselves with an orchestral accompaniment on CD. Contents include: Hymn to Joy (Beethoven) · Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart) · The Moldau (Smetana) · the Birdcatcher's Song from the Magic Flute (Mozart) · The Toreador's Song from Carmen (Bizet) · La donna è mobile (Verdi) · Barcarole (Offenbach) and many other well-known melodies. A. Vivaldi: Spring from the Four Seasons · W.A. Mozart: The Birdcatcher's song from The Magic Flute · J.S. Bach: O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden from the St Matthew Passion · W.A. Mozart: Das klinget so herrlich from The Magic Flute · J. Brahms: Cradle Song · M.-A. Charpentier: Prélude fom Te Deum · J. Haydn: Andante from the Symphony No. 94 · L.v. Beethoven: Ode to Joy from the Ninth Symphony · C.M.v. Weber: Wir winden dir den Jungfernkranz from Der Freischütz · G. Verdi: La donna è mobile from Rigoletto · J. Haydn: Imperial anthem from the Emperor Quartet · G.F. Händel: Ombra mai fù from Xerxes · B. Smetana: The Moldau from My Homeland · G. Bizet: Toréador, en garde! from Carmen · J. Offenbach: Barcarole from Tales of Hoffmann · G. Rossini: Ouverture to The Barber of Seville · R. Wagner: Wedding Chorus Treulich geführt from Lohengrin · G. Verdi: Chorus of the Hebrew Captives Va, pensiero from Nabucco · W.A. Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik · P. Tschaikowsky: Main theme from Swan Lake · J. Offenbach: Cancan from Orpheus in the Underworld

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