Recorder Information

The Haberfield PS Recorder Ensemble is an extension musical group for students who have been learning recorder for at least one year. It has 35 students currently from years 2 to 6 & rehearsals are Friday 8.10 am – 8.55 am in the music room upstairs near school hall. A group of approximately 20 students will be selected to perform in the Festival of Instrumental Music at the Opera House each year.

To join the Recorder Ensemble students need to attend rehearsals regularly. There are no auditions however students need to have been learning the recorder for at least one year in class music. For more information ask Mr Collins-White during rehearsal time Friday mornings.

Recorder Ensemble Agreement

Instrumental Ensemble fee 2017

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2017 Repertoire
  1. Performance Tracks
  2. Descant 1
  3. Descant 2
  4. Treble 1
  5. Treble 2
  6. Tenor
  7. Bass Recorder
Class Music Assessments -Fingering charts-Resorces
  1. Recorder Fingering Chart
  2. Recorder Scales
  3. Current Class Music Assessments
2017 Practice Videos
  1. Krasniye Saposhki (Red Boots) – https://youtu.be/79LHivNfZW8
  2. Krasniye Saposhki (Red Boots) Slow Version – https://youtu.be/gSadljnh8w4
  3. Marche Militaire (Slow Version) – https://youtu.be/RUaVRZcR1rg
  4. Marche Militaire – https://youtu.be/bQbO6NLHmN8
  5. Six Ribbons – https://youtu.be/DXdEXrreiMs
  6. Norwegian Dance No.2 2018 FoIM – https://youtu.be/Qk7kTo0lx2k
2016 Practice Videos
  1. York March – https://youtu.be/Vepk7OAzpSg
  2. York March Slow version – https://youtu.be/1qhQ2Yolymw
  3. March of the Kitchen Utensils – https://youtu.be/7cZ8xGk5is8
  4. March of the Kitchen Utensils slow version – https://youtu.be/SI85E-O3HWc
  5. Pagodas by the Heavenly Lake – https://youtu.be/psYE72t1_Hg
  6. Pagodas by the Heavenly Lake slow version – https://youtu.be/kxFEyuE1d0o