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Much music has been made available to recorder players during these last few years and up-to-date catalogues of re­corder music are obtainable free from the various firms. All that it is necessary to do here is to give the names and addresses of some of the publishing houses together with a short list of selected music which should help the recorder player to build up his own library of music. It should then be possible for the enthusiast to search out music which interests him persomUy. One or two firms have publications which are helpful in teaching children and their catalogues should be consulted, but it is important to go forward as soon as possible to the more advanced music published by other firms. Catalogues giving suitable music for children may be obtained from:
E. J. Arnold and Son, Ltd., Leeds.
J. Curwen and Sons, Ltd., 24 Berners Street, London W.i.
W. Paxton and Co., Ltd., 36-38 Dean Street, London W.i. A great publishing house which justly describes itself as "The Centre for Recorder Players' is Schott and Co. Ltd., 48 Great Marlborough Street, London W.i., much of whose music is edited by Edgar Hunt and Walter Bergmann. This firm has also a large amount of music suitable for children. In the list of music which follows, their publications will be indicated by the letter S.
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