Seattle Recorders
Connecting with Recorder Players
& Other Musicians around Seattle

History of the Recorder

My first and ongoing project is the study and historical performance of music using archeologically informed instruments and techniques. For example, for Medieval music I use recorders modeled after a small 14th century instrument recently unearthed in Tartu, Estonia. The playing requirements and sound of these recorders is quite unique; they seem designed precisely for the music of the time. The same goes for my other instruments as well. Being that much closer to such early people & their culture enlivens the music; it’s a bit of forgotten beauty reborn into the present. Contact.

An Invitation

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.

Concertos & Sonatas

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:

Modern Music Projects

All of these compositions are of intermediate level, albeit with lots of room for finesse and style.

More Projects

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