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5 Pieces

from: The Rustic Wedding
descant recorder (treble recorder) and piano
Product number: SE 1019
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Die Ländliche Hochzeit [The Rustic Wedding] by the musician and composer Jean Hotteterre (1677–1720), who was employed at the court of Louis XIV, is a dance suite by which court culture got a feel of simple life and released itself from the strict rules of court life for just a moment.
The five dances selected from this suite describe the events at the wedding and provide an early introduction to French music.
This edition is part of the new Schott Student Edition series which offers varied literature at five different levels of difficulty.

More Information

Title:
5 Pieces
from: The Rustic Wedding
Language:
French, German, English
Level of difficulty:
easy - intermediate
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
SE 1019
ISMN13:
979-0-001-16253-1
ISBN13:
978-3-7957-1670-7
UPC:
841886028951
Pages:
20
Format:
23.1cm x 30.3cm
Binding:
Saddle-wire stitching
Delivery rights:
Worldwide

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Schott Student Edition - Repertoire
The Schott Student Edition series is, first and foremost, intended for instrumental tuition. It compiles motivating teaching literature – from the first easy playing and performance pieces to demanding repertoire pieces for music students. The series contains many original works as well as popular arrangements. Apart from major standard works, the series also includes lesser known interesting works and new compositions.
The division into levels of difficulty (=level) from 1 (easy) to 5 (difficult) provides guidance to both the pupil and the teacher with regard to the repertoire.
The Schott Student Edition is edited in collaboration with experienced instrumental teachers, and provides information on the composers and works as well as useful tips for practising, performance practice and interpretation of the works. General information on all aspects of the instruments and practising is available online.

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