Treble Recorder 2 part from 16 Favourite Hymns Vol.1 for Recorder Quartet

25 minutes

Here are 16 of your favourite hymns arranged for Recorder quartet. The score and parts are for Descant, Treble, Tenor and Bass Recorders. These beautiful melodies are in simple one verse arrangements and are straightforward to play. The recorded sample is from the Clarinet version of these quartets.

You may also be interested in Volume 2 which contains 16 different hymns and is available with the rest of my music from my home page. These hymns are designed to be compatible with all the other instrumental versions in the series available from my store. There you will also find the same hymns in quartet format arranged for strings, brass, sax, wind, flute, recorder and clarinet, along with solo versions for all common instruments. By combining different versions it is easy to build up simple but effective accompaniment for church or school bands, no matter what instruments are available. The piano accompaniment also contains chord symbols for guitar and other chord instruments.

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