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Wellerman for Recorder Quartet

Arranged by Ralf Bienioschek
£17.99
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This old New Zealand folk song, made popular worldwide by the Scottish singer Nathan Evans in 2021, is sure to put you in a good mood. This arrangement was made by the renowned German recorder soloist and teacher Ralf Bienioschek for his special ‘Ralf Bienioschek Signature Edition’ series. The arrangement is for a standard quartet of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass Recorder, with additional parts provided for Great Bass Recorder or Sub Bass (Contrabass) Recorder. Optional parts for Melodica/Accordion/Keys, (Electric) Guitar, (Electric) Bass, (Electronic) Drum Set, Cajon and a playback (available via our website www.bandmusicshop.com) are also included. You can find a Score Play demo and a "How to Play" video on our YouTube channel Hal Leonard Europe Ensemble. There are several ways to play the song. In principle, many options are conceivable, e.g. - standard Recorder Quartet (expandable to quintet) with (or without) the Playback - with a band: Melodica/Accordion/Keys, E-Guitar, E-Bass, (E)-Drum Set - with an acoustic band: Melodica/Accordion, Western Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Cajon - or just the Melody part with (or without) the Playback. Have fun with the song and enjoy!

Item Details

Instrumentation

  • Part 1: Descant Recorder
  • Part 2: Treble Recorder
  • Part 3: Tenor Recorder
  • Part 4: Bass Recorder
  • Part 5 (Optional): Accordion or Electronic Keyboard or Piano
  • Part 6 (Optional): Guitar
  • Part 7 (Optional): Bass Guitar
  • Part 8 (Optional): Drum Kit
Category: Recorder Ensemble Music
Publisher: De Haske Publications
Publisher's reference: DHP 1216356-070
Our Stock Code: 1510928
Media Type: Paperback

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