Displaying all posts tagged with recorder

Video: David Staff makes a Baroque trumpet

From the shop of a master builder and performer. [Watch after the jump.]

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Early Music in Spain: Note from Vicente Parrilla

Some thoughts by the director of More Hispano. [Read more after the jump.]

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The Hands of a Recorder Player

An engraving from the Dayton C. Miller Collection, Library of Congress. [More after the jump.]

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How to photograph your chamber ensemble

A terrific group portrait of Quinta Essentia recorder quartet. [Read more after the jump.]

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Ensemble Links: Musica Pacifica and Il Seminario Musicale

Chamber ensembles from the United States and France. [Read more after the jump.]

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Harmonia Podcast #152: German Flute Music from the 18th Century

Telemann flute quartets with Musica Antiqua Cologne (Archiv) and Richter flute sonatas with Pauliina Fred (Naxos). [Listen after the jump.]

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Ensemble Links: Il Sussurro and Bravade

A flute and clavichord duo based in The Netherlands and a Finnish recorder quartet. [Read more after the jump.]

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Sarah Vowell and the Recorder

Vowell’s lasting relationship with the recorder began in high school. [Read more after the jump.]

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Voices from the 17th Century: “The Wind Instrument Maker”

An image from a book depicting professionals and tradesmen. [View after the jump.]

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Voices from the 17th Century: ‘Listen, friend, to the instrument’

Jean Ganière’s “Boy with recorder.” [Read more after the jump.]

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