Theme and variations in Am – the guitar gets a solo, too! Score and parts
Three beautiful Irish melodies for recorder quartet. The Parting Glass: Tenor 1 (or Treble)/Tenor 2/Tenor 3/Bass Peggy Gordon: Tenor 1/Tenor 2/Tenor 3/Bass On Raglan Road: Descant/Treble/Tenor/Bass
Three beautiful Irish melodies for recorder trio. The Parting Glass: Tenor 1 (or Treble)/Tenor 2/Bass Peggy Gordon: Tenor 1/Tenor 2/Bass On Raglan Road: Treble/Tenor/Bass
My arrangement of the beautiful Purcell song for tenor recorder and guitar: Musick, musick for a while Shall all your cares beguile…
Robert Parsons (ca. 1535 – January 1571/2) was an English composer of the Tudor period. He was a friend and possibly teacher of William Byrd. This is his most famous piece.
Elgar’s famous slow movement from the Enigma Variations
A two-movement piece (Camino and Folk Song) for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar.
A fast gigue for 6 recorders: descant, treble 1, treble 2, tenor, bass, contrabass.
‘Tower Hill’ by Giles Farnaby (1563-1640) is a piece for virginals from the Fitzwilliam Virginals Book. This piece, for treble, tenor and bass recorders, has the theme and then three variations. Here’s how it sounds:
The best-known motet by Jacob Clemens non Papa (c.1510-1556). Ego flos campi (I am the flower of the field) exists in several versions for different numbers of voices. This is the 7-voice version.