The Recorder Consort 1


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The Recorder Consort 1
47 Pieces for Recorder Consort
Edited by Steve Rosenberg
50 pages

This collection of pieces will introduce recorder players to music of the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods, music which is ideally suited to the instrument. There are also some specially commissioned pieces from Ross Edwards, John Rimmer, Peter Sculthorpe and Gillian Whitehead which will give players a chance to play some music of the 20th c.

The collection was compiled with the amateur musician and school recorder group in mind. The standard of difficulty is such that most of the pieces are suitable for first year classes and consort moving on to an intermediate level of difficulty.

   Fanfare (Chedeville)
   The King's Dance (Praetorius)
   The Nightingale (French 13th c.)
   Minuet (Hotteterr)
   Minuet (J.S. Bach)
   Trotto (Italian 14th c.)
   Ronde (Susato)
   Fanfare (Chedeville)
   Prince Robert's March (van Eyck)
   Anglaise (Anon.)
   The Duke (Praetorius)
   La Volta (Praetorius)
   Paysanne (Boismortier)
   Ductia (Anon.)
   Gavotte (Loeillet)
   Adagio (Loeillet)
   Dance (13th c.)
   The Jasmin (Lavigne)
   Rain Dance (Edwards)
   La Bergamasca (16th c.)
   De la dulce mi enemiga (Gabriel)
   Ballet des Fous (Praetorius)
   Rustic Dance (Hotteterre)
   In Seculum Viellatoris (13th c.)
   Minuet (Pez)
   The Duke (Praetorius)
   Alman (Brade)
   A Paris, Frese Nouvele (13th c.)
   Trio (Naudot)
   Consort from the Court of Henry VIII
   Dua Chant for three recorders (Sculthorpe)
   The King's Dance (Praetorius)
   Pavane (Susato)
   Schiarazula Marazula (Phalese)
   Spanish Pavan (Praetorius)
   Bonny Sweet Robin (Holborne)
   Bransle de Bourgogne (Gervaise)
   Battle Pavan (Susato)
   At night the garden was full of voices (Whitehead)
   Martin said to his man (Ravenscroft)
   Noel's Galliard (Holborne)
   Jongleurs (Rimmer)
   La Volta (Praetorius)
   English Pavan (Gervaise)
   Heigh Ho Holiday (Holborne)
   The Honeysuckle (Holborne)
   Allemande (Farnaby)
Fingering Chart
   Descant (Soprano/Tenor), Treble (Alto/Sopranino), and Bass



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