This is a beginner 4-part recorder score of the Canadian folksong, "Un Canadien Errant." The piece features soprano, alto, tenor, and bass staves as transposing instruments. This means that the soprano and tenor are playing in G major while the alto and bass are playing in D major.
The music is created for a beginning recorder class who is just starting to put together 4 part harmony. The soprano and alto lines very much work together, while the tenor and bass lines are partnered. This allows students to go off into sections / groups, practicing their two parts together, before joining together as a full ensemble.
The provided zip file includes:
Full score, written as non-transposing instruments
Full score, written as transposition instruments
Rehearsal MP3 featuring the recorders
Rehearsal MP3 as only a backing track