The eight 3-part canons from Bach's Goldberg Variations arranged for three recorders. All canons include bass; some need treble, some tenor, some a single descant, others two descants and one needs a sopranino.
The third in a series of seasonal duets for recorders. This one is for descant and treble. Each piece explores a distinctive rhythm pattern. Not particularly hard but will need some work on the ensemble.
Three short pieces for two treble recorders, written as practice material for players of a moderate standard. Should be entertaining to play and to listen to, though some passages will need work on technique or ensemble. Comes as a set of two playing scores.
These Twelve Voluntaries are a typical example of organ music for manuals only by an 18th. century English composer. They are delightful and varied pieces which are very suitable for church or recital use.
Awakening (The Dawn of a New Day) is an orchestra piece written by Colleen Muriel. It is approximately 7 minutes in length and has 5 main parts (sections/movements)
There are subtitles throught which describe various aspects of dawns, awakenings, struggles to be born or give birth and/or awareness.
Originally for organ, these variations were composed towards the end of Bach's life. This recorder version makes use of contrasting registers and adds a few notes, though remains largely faithful to the original.
Rainy Day is a short trio for two violins and piano that was inspired by a washi (Japanese paper) doll given to the composer. It evokes the emotions of a child who cannot play outside because it is raining .... until sunshine breaks through the clouds.
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