Volume One of a two-volume graded anthology presenting well-crafted and idiomatic arrangements of music from the sixteenth century to the present day. The pieces are presented chronologically within each volume and include the year they were composed so that you can map your journey through time!
A great source of further study and recital repertoire for grades 1-5, with arrangements that practice the note ranges, keys and fingering patterns encountered in the early grades. The pieces contrast in styles from Dowland to Vaughan Williams and from Lully to Weill.
Includes straightforward piano accompanimentd
About Ian Denley:
Ian Denley has over thirty years experience of woodwind teaching at all levels. He was head of woodwind for Humberside County’s Education Authority from 1991 to 1995 and is a visiting tutor at Hull University. He was appointed an Associated Board examiner in 1986, and is series editor of the AB Woodwind Scales and Arpeggios series.