Seeking recorder players and other musicians to participate in projects geared towards performance. Ability is not a big deal; desire is. There’s plenty of music for serious musicians of any ability. Following are some projects I have in mind; but I would like to hear your ideas as well. And I would like to hear from accompanists as well. Please contact me!
Concertos & Sonatas
- Vivaldi’s Recorder Concerto in C minor (RV 441).
- J. S. Bach’s Concerto No. 6 in F major, (BWV 1057). Harpsichord, 2 altos, strings, continuo.
- Vivaldi’s Recorder Sonata in G major, (RV 806).
- Any of the Handel Recorder Sonatas.
- & etc.
Recorder & Flute Simultaneously
In the future I’d like to participate in a concert that includes this instrumentation, of which Hunt, Linde, and Lasoki have written on. Here’s a list:
- Quantz. Trio Sonata.
- Telemann. Concerto in E minor.
- Telemann. Sonata á 4 in D minor (TWV 43:d1)
- Johann Christoph Schultze (Prowo?). a Trio Sonata, and other works.
- Fasch, Loeillet, Pepusch
- Elldler, johann Samuel. Piéces in G major for 2 recorders, 2 flutes, strings, and basso continuo.
- & some modern composers: Hans-Martin Linde, Piet Ketting.
Modern Music Projects
All of these compositions are of intermediate level, albeit with lots of room for finesse and style.
- John Cage’s Three. Composed in 1989. For three recorder players playing various instruments.
- Igor Strawinski’s Lullaby. A duet for alto and soprano, 1960 (His recomposition of the same from The Rake's Progress, 1951).
- Donald Waxman’s Duo Sonatine. For two altos. ARS Editions, Galaxy, 1972.
- Renaissance Consort Music (especially four part)
- The Medieval Dances
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