Bags Of Tunes

Bags Of Tunes
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Overview

Irresistable new tunes for beginner cellists, composed and arranged by one of the UK's leading string teachers and authors, Mary Cohen, creator of a wide range of imaginative teaching publications including Superstart.

Bags of Tunes is packed with material on styles children will love including nursery rhymes, rounds, folk and popular songs as well as plenty of original pieces. The pieces are gently progressive and are all based around the first finger pattern. They are ideal for consolidation work, for using alongside any method or tutor and are enjoyable sight-reading practice.

Contents

  • Apple Papple
  • Apples And Pears
  • Bells In St Paul’s Steeple, The
  • Big Ben At Teatime
  • Can You Sing This Song?
  • Clap Your Hands
  • Clickety Clack
  • Crunch Went The Crocodile
  • Dinner’s Ready!
  • Drunken Sailor, The
  • Fair Katya
  • Frere Jacques
  • Have You Heard?
  • Henry Baggins’ Best Suit
  • Hop-A-Doodle
  • Hot Cross Buns
  • I Had A Cat
  • In Holland Stands A House
  • Kicking Cans Along With Street
  • Let’s Run Over The Little Stone Bridge!
  • Little Snail
  • London Bridge
  • London’s Burning!
  • Nightingale, The
  • Our Mother’s A-Weaving
  • Pease Pudding Hot, Pease Pudding Cold
  • Ponies Trotting
  • Pop Goes The Weasel
  • Rain, Rain, Go Away!
  • Runaway Hen, The
  • Seven Hairy Caterpillars
  • Shepherd’s Hey
  • Stepping Stones Across The Brook
  • Stream That Joins The Moldau, The
  • Summer Goodbye!
  • Summer Is A-Coming In
  • Tails Up!
  • Three Fine Geese
  • Tic Tac Toe
  • Yan, Tan, Tethera, Methera, Pip!
  • Zachary And Zebedee
  • Zum, Zum, Zum

Specs

Product IDCOBS012886148
Composer/Artist/Author Mary Cohen
Instrumentation Cello Solo
Publisher Faber Music
Publisher Ref No 057153113X
Language Eng
Media Book
ISBN-10057153113X
ISBN-139780571531134

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