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Malcolm Pollock

  • 5 stars across 9 books

    Malcolm Pollock is Head of Gloucestershire Music Service and has a long career in music education, teaching woodwinds and in particular his own instrument, flute.

    18th August 2008

    Abracadabra Flute (Pupils' Book + 2 CDs): The Way to Learn Through Songs and Tunes

    The Abracadabra approach to learning through songs and tunes has set countless beginners on a clear path of progress a... More

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    25th October 1990

    Abracadabra Woodwind,Abracadabra

    Starting at the simplest level, the duets in this book can be played by two pupils or by pupil and teacher. The tunes ar... More

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    18th August 2008

    Abracadabra Flute (Pupil's book): The Way to Learn Through Songs and Tunes

    The Abracadabra approach to learning through songs and tunes has set countless beginners on a clear path of progress a... More

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    13th August 2015

    Abracadabra flute technique (Pupil's Book with CD)

    A fun book of warm-ups, pieces and advice for flautists preparing for grades 1-3. Covering areas such as tone, articul... More

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    31st March 2003

    Abracadabra Flute Piano Accompaniments: The Way to Learn Through Songs and Tunes

    All the pieces from Abracadabra Flute" are contained in this flute tutorial. They are arranged with simple piano accom... More

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    31st August 2001

    Abracadabra

    The new edition of this classic music tutorial includes re-set music, new illustrations, extra notes and reinforcement e... More

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    28th February 2002

    Abracadabra Flute Duets: The Way to Learn Through Songs and Tunes

    A mixture of tunes arranged for two flutes, starting at the simplest level, which can be played by two pupils or by pu... More

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    19th November 2015

    Abracadabra

    Magic is a word we use to describe something amazing, awe-inspiring, or spectacular. Truly great magic makes us believe ... More

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