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  • The Recorder Sonatas. Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder) and Francesco Corti (Harpsichord)

    The Recorder Sonatas. Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder) and Francesco Corti (Harpsichord)  by Georg Friedrich Handel 

    BC93792

    Audio CD. Notes from cover, "London, around 1725 - George Frideric Handel was at the height of his fame as an opera composer, and yet he found the time to write sonatas for the recorder...

     

    $ 27.00
     
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    Instrumentation: Harpsichord

    $ 27.50
     
  • CD Spinnaker  by Mollenhauer 

    MOL-6700

    CD Spinnaker

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • Blue Skies, Magpies and Goldfish

    Blue Skies, Magpies and Goldfish  by Various Australian Women Composers 

    DWCD01

    Audio CD. Blue Skies, Magpies and Goldfish. Alicia Crossley (recorders), Danielle Grant (voice), Angus Ryan (cello) and Diana Weston (harpsichord and spinet). 

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • Nardoo

    Nardoo by Nardoo 

    MD3188

    Nardoo Move MD3188 (1996) This self-titled album presents a tapestry of original music from a melting pot of jazz, ethnic and medieval influences. The duo blend the Ganassi recorder (a Renaissance treble recorder) with new instruments built by Peter Biffin, the Tarhu and the Deboosh. There is no other duo like this

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • Courts in Colour

    Courts in Colour by Cantigas 

    MD3177

    Courts in Colour Move MD 3177 (1996) A fascinating collection of twenty one vibrant tracks based on melodies from four medieval courts, those of Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204), Gaon of Tiberias (1000-1077), Saladin of Egypt (1138-1193) and Alfonso X of Castile and Leon (1252-1284). Cantigas creatively explore sounds and expression within an...

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • Traveller s Tapestry

    Traveller's Tapestry by Cantigas 

    MD3153

    Travellers' Tapestry Move MD 3153 (1994) This anthology is inspired by the Medieval centres of bater and exchange grouped along the busy trade routes, reflecting the gathering together of people not only from Europe but also Asia and the Middle East, and the resulting exchange of musical cultures and ideas. Includes instrumental arrangements of...

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • Silk and Spice

    Silk and Spice by Cantigas 

    MD3137

    Silk and Spice Move MD 3137 (1993) Early instrumental music inspired by the Silk Road. Cantigas takes us on a musical journey through Medieval Europe, Asia and the Middle East, where the meeting of diverse cultures resulted in an interaction and exchange of musical ideas. Features dances from the middle Ages, monophonic Hebrew melodies and Spanish...

     

    $ 30.00
     
  • ISOBUE  by Ros Bandt 

    SG0801

    Two CD Set. This music is dedicated to the Japanese Ama women freedivers, whose Isobue (sea whistle) embodies the rituals and sustainable fishing practices they have maintained for hundreds of years.

     

    Instrumentation: Alto Recorder, Medieval Psalter, Pianoforte, Flagong, Conch, Air Whistle, Shell Sculptures, Clay Wood Water Glass & Brass Percussion, Voice, Narration, Koto & Shakuhachi.
    Composer Dates: Contemporary

    $ 35.00
     

Orpheus Music Publications

Contemporary recorder and string music
 

Orpheus Music publishes contemporary recorder music featuring such composers as Diana Blom, Nigel Butterley, Zana Clarke, Justo Diaz, Lance Eccles, Ross Edwards, Malcolm Tattersall and Benjamin Thorn.

We represent over 70 composers, including many young composers, with more than 260 works that provide a wide range of styles and genres for one to ten recorder players. We also have a useful Recorder Composing Guide and Glossary of Unusual Recorder Techniques for those interested in writing for the recorder.

Orpheus Music Publications are also available from our distributors in Germany, UK, and USA.

Orpheus Music

String Series
 

Orpheus Music String Series has now been launched. Put OMSS into the search box to view this series. For more information.

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