Three pieces (March, Moderato, Allegro) for tenor recorder and guitar. They can be played as separate pieces or as a suite. Score and parts.
This gorgeous piece is from Rameau’s opera Les Boréades (c.1763) and was for the entry of Polymnie, the Muse of sacred poetry, sacred hymn and dance. Arranged for guitar quartet, with optional bass guitar. Score and parts.
A fairly easy and tuneful Rondo for guitar duet.
Theme and variations in Am – the guitar gets a solo, too! Score and parts
Si dolce e l’tormento (‘So sweet is the torment in my breast, that I live happily from its cruel beauty’) by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) from: Quarto scherzo della ariose vaghezze (Venice:1624) Originally a song with guitar accompaniment, here arranged for guitar quartet with three variations.
This song by Henry Purcell (1659-1695) is from the collection ‘Come ye sons of Art’ (1694), originally for voice and small instrumental ensemble. I have arranged it here for guitar quartet with optional bass guitar.
A challenging piece for guitar duet in a modern idiom.
My arrangement of the beautiful Purcell song for tenor recorder and guitar: Musick, musick for a while Shall all your cares beguile…
A two-movement piece (Camino and Folk Song) for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar.
Not too difficult, in a modern idiom.