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Tenor recorder and guitar. A delightful and challenging piece!
A trio in three movements for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar. Score and parts.
Instrumentation: 2 Trebles, Tenor, Bass. Genre: Latin Grade: Moderate. Score and parts.
Instrumentation: Descant - Treble - Tenor - Bass - (or Descant 2 Tenors - Bass; or Treble - 2 Tenors - Bass) Genre: Australian Contemporary Grade: Easy. Score and parts.
An arrangement for recorder quartet.
A catchy Cuban song by Miguel Matamoros. For the split in the tenor part, if there is only one tenor play the top line.
A traditional Sussex carol, this arrangement based on the singing of the Copper family.
An old French carol for three tenors and bass (or Tr/T/T/Bass). The bass also gets a go at the melody.
The beautiful harmonisation by Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) followed by a canon, based on the same melody, by Melchior Vulpius (1570-1615). Arranged for treble, two tenors and great bass.
A gorgeous little piece by Nicolai Tcherepnin (1873-1945) originally for four french horns.
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.
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.
‘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.
A fast gigue for 6 recorders: descant, treble 1, treble 2, tenor, bass, contrabass.
My arrangement of the beautiful Purcell song for tenor recorder and guitar: Musick, musick for a while Shall all your cares beguile… Score and recorder part.
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. 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. Score and parts.
Guitar and tenor recorder. Theme and variations in Am – the guitar gets a solo, too! Score and parts.
A two-movement piece (Camino and Folk Song) for treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar. Score and parts.
The Browning is a theme and variations form used by many English renaissance composers, based on a popular song of the time. Treble recorder, tenor recorder and guitar. Score and parts.
Three pieces for tenor recorder and guitar. Moderately difficult. Score and parts.
Two pieces for five recorders (descant, treble, tenor, bass, contrabass). 1. Reminiscence - a flowing, melodic piece 2. Carol - based on a medieval English carol with some variations.
Treble recorder and guitar. Carol is based on the medieval English carol, the Corpus Christi Carol, with some variations. Score and parts.
A tuneful, and not too challenging three movement suite (fast/slow/fast) for recorder quartet (treble, tenor 1, tenor 2, bass). Score and parts.
Milou mou kokkino (My red apple) is a Greek folk song, arranged here for recorder quartet (treble, tenor 1, tenor 2, bass).
Fiesta for recorder quartet (treble, tenor 1, tenor 2, bass) is a fairly easy piece for amateur recorder groups.
Mirabeau Bridge for recorder quartet (treble, tenor 1, tenor 2, bass). Not too difficult, tuneful piece.
Blackwattle Suite is a three movement suite for recorder quintet (descant, treble, tenor, bass, contrabass). Melodic, and of moderate difficulty (no extended techniques). Score and parts.
Spanish Dance is a Spanish-inspired piece for two recorders (treble and tenor) and guitar. A couple of challenging bars (accidentals) for the recorders. Score and parts.
Treble recorder and guitar. Reminiscence is a flowing, melodic piece, not too difficult.
Andante Cantabile is an arrangement for recorder sextet (d/tr1/tr2/t1/t2/b) of the famous second movement from Tchaikovsky's String Quartet No.1 (Op.11). It is based on a beautiful Russian folk tune. Score and parts.