This fresh and appealing work lives up to its name. Particularly diverting is the finale, a hornpipe subtitled “The Knotted Sailor”, in which the nifty performers have to negotiate frequent and teasing changes of rhythm at speed.
Another wonderful short recorder work with piano accompaniment, by renowned British composer Peter Hope, recalling journeys on the the tram in Greater Manchester.
Peter Hope's new Recorder Sonata is the most substantial of his growing body of work for the recorder published by Forsyth. A perfect recital piece for intermediate to advanced players.
This fantaisie for solo treble, tenor and sopranino recorder in turn is a wonderful addition to the advance recorder repertoire by David Ellis, the former head of music at BBC North.
A wonderful series of musical pictures on a South American theme by the multi-award winning TV composer Jim Parker.
Arranged for Flute (or Treble Recorder) & Guitar.
Waltz Nº2 from the Second Jazz Suite arranged for Treble Recorder & Piano.
32 Easier (Grades 1 & 2) Pieces from the Renaissance Age arranged for Soprano (Descant) Recorder & Piano. Book & CD.
For Treble Recorder & Basso Continuo (Realised for Piano). Moseler Edition. Volume Four.
Six Suites for Treble Recorder (or Flute or Oboe) & Basso Continuo (realised by Wolfgang Kostujak. Edited by Yvonne Morgan.
Another wonderful short piece by our recorder editor John Turner, A Short Sprint was written for the talented young Japanese recorder player Hidehiro Nakamura, who premiered it (accompanied by Naruhiko Kawaguchi), on 7th December 2013, at Kuwana City Hall, Mie Prefecture, and on 14th December 2013 at the Jesus Church, Nezu, Tokyo, Japan.
This Volume from Barenriters "Ready to Play" Series is arranged for Recorder (or Flute) & Piano with a second Recorder part ad lib.
This Volume in Barenreiters "Ready to Play" Series is arranged for Recorder (or Flute) and Piano with a second Recorder part ad lib.
These new works by composer and recorder virtuosi John Turner are sure to join his previous works such as Four Diversions and Six Bagatelles as core pieces in the contemporary recorder repertoire, often to be found on the exam board syllabi. See it performed here.