A Theme and Variations in Am using the full range of the tenor recorder and including a short guitar solo. Here’s how it sounds:
A delightful and challenging piece! Here’s how it sounds:
The Browning is a theme and variations form used by many English renaissance composers. It is based on a popular song of the time: The leaves be green, which celebrated the ripening of nuts in the autumn. In this piece the 8 bar theme is first heard in the treble recorder part. Score and parts.
A trio in three movements for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar. Score and parts Audio: