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Jacquet de Berchem (c. 1505 - 1567):  Le donne, i cavallier, l’arme, gli amori, madrigal a 4
source: Primo, secondo et terzo libro del capriccio […] sopra le stanze del Furioso. A quatro voci (Venice 1561), No. 1
scoring: SATB or ATTB
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Cole Albert Porter (1891 - 1964):  I've Got You Under My Skin
scoring: SSAAAATTBBB
What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Michel Pignolet de Montéclair (1667 - 1737):  Premier Concert
source: Concerts à deux Flutes Traversières sans Basses (Paris s.d.), No. 1
scoring: AA
What is the meaning of these icons?  7
George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Concerto grosso III - Op. 6, No. 3
scoring: SATB

Arranged from the original score for strings. Should this concerto be performed with more than one recorder per part, all the recorders will play in the «tutti» while just one recorder per part will play the «solo».

What is the meaning of these icons?   12
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 - 1764):  Le Tambourin
source: Pièces de Clavessin (Paris 1724)
scoring: A (Harpsichord)

Arranged for treble recorder and harpsichord from the original score for solo harpsichord.

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750):  Three-part Sinfonia (Invention) No. 1 - BWV 787
scoring: A (Harpsichord)
What is the meaning of these icons?  7
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767):  Fantasia IV in Bb major (Eb major) - TWV 40:5
source: Fantasie per il violino senza basso (c. 1727), No. 4
scoring: A

This edition contains both the original version for transverse flute and the adaptation for recorder.

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Andreas Heinrich Schultzen (1681 - 1741):  Sonata II in G minor
source: VI Sonate a Flauto solo con Cimbalo o vero Fagotto (Amsterdam [1703]), No. 2
scoring: A (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Matthew Locke (c. 1622 - 1677):  Suite 5 (Nos. 17-20)
source: Little consort of three parts (London 1656), No. 5
scoring: SSB or AAB (Bc ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Henry Purcell (1659 - 1695):  Suite
source: The Fairy Queen (1692)
scoring: SSAB
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Francesco Barsanti (1690 - 1772):  Sonata VI in A minor - Op. 2, No. 6
source: VI sonate per la traversiera. Op. 2 (London [1728])
scoring: A (Bc)

Because of its key, this sonata, does not suit the usual transposition a minor third above very well. So, I preferred to adapt it for treble recorder leaving it in the original A minor key.

What is the meaning of these icons?   7
George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Minuet in Saul
source: The delightful pocket companion for the German flute (London c. 1763), No. 1
scoring: A or C

The piece is not attributed in the source, but it is indeed the top line of the last movement of the starting sinfonia of Handel’s oratorio Saul (HVW 53).

Our edition contains, besides the original version for transverse flute, its transposition for recorder in C and for treble recorder.

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George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Vola l’augello del caro nido - HWV 590, Air from the opera Sosarmes arranged by its own composer for a musical clock
source: Ten Tunes for Clay’s Musical Clock
scoring: AT

The Triumph of Music Over Time: Handel and Charles Clay’s Musical Clocks

You may be familiar with George Frideric Handel’s «Water Music» and «Music for the Royal Fireworks» – but his «Clock Music»? Strange as it sounds, in the 1730s, the prolific London-based German composer found time to answer a commission from horologist Charles Clay to provide music for his clocks – ostentatious timepieces incorporating painting, sculpture and automata.

The manuscript score of Handel’s Ten Tunes for Clay’s Musical Clock is part of the latest exhibition at Handel House Museum (where the composer lived from 1712 until his death in 1759). The Triumph of Time explores the composer’s collaboration with Clay. Being a great recycler, Handel wasn’t about to use up original tunes on a clock and so made arrangements of arias from his Italian operas, while borrowing a few ditties from elsewhere.

The centrepiece of the exhibition is a magnificent Clay clock (on loan from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery), which has a compass of three octaves and whose chimes and pump organs produce complex sounds faithful to the composer’s intentions. Intriguingly, this clock would have been the first and only time the baroque composer would had heard a recording of his music.

A Yorkshireman, Clay moved to London and became the Royal Clockmaker. His intricately made and beautifully decorated musical clocks were so highly sought after that he even sold tickets to the public to attend his home and see these wondrous creations and hear their reproductions of popular tunes by Handel and others. Now visitors can also step back into the eighteenth century and enjoy one of Clay’s clocks in similarly authentic Georgian surroundings.

Jonathan Lennie

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George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Gigue - HWV 589
source: Ten Tunes for Clay’s Musical Clock
scoring: AT

The Triumph of Music Over Time: Handel and Charles Clay’s Musical Clocks

You may be familiar with George Frideric Handel’s «Water Music» and «Music for the Royal Fireworks» – but his «Clock Music»? Strange as it sounds, in the 1730s, the prolific London-based German composer found time to answer a commission from horologist Charles Clay to provide music for his clocks – ostentatious timepieces incorporating painting, sculpture and automata.

The manuscript score of Handel’s Ten Tunes for Clay’s Musical Clock is part of the latest exhibition at Handel House Museum (where the composer lived from 1712 until his death in 1759). The Triumph of Time explores the composer’s collaboration with Clay. Being a great recycler, Handel wasn’t about to use up original tunes on a clock and so made arrangements of arias from his Italian operas, while borrowing a few ditties from elsewhere.

The centrepiece of the exhibition is a magnificent Clay clock (on loan from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery), which has a compass of three octaves and whose chimes and pump organs produce complex sounds faithful to the composer’s intentions. Intriguingly, this clock would have been the first and only time the baroque composer would had heard a recording of his music.

A Yorkshireman, Clay moved to London and became the Royal Clockmaker. His intricately made and beautifully decorated musical clocks were so highly sought after that he even sold tickets to the public to attend his home and see these wondrous creations and hear their reproductions of popular tunes by Handel and others. Now visitors can also step back into the eighteenth century and enjoy one of Clay’s clocks in similarly authentic Georgian surroundings.

Jonathan Lennie

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Antonio Caldara (c. 1671 - 1736):  Il dio d’amore, Canon a 4
scoring: CCCC
What is the meaning of these icons?   4
Carl Fasch (1736 - 1800):  Kyrie a 16
source: Missa a 16 voci in Quattro Cori (1783), No. 1
scoring: SSSSSSSSTTTTBBBB (Bc ad libitum)

Adapted to recorders from the original vocal score.

The continuo may be omitted from the performance.

What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Jacob van Eyck (c. 1589 - 1657):  Silvester inde Morgenstont
source: Der Fluyten Lust-hof (1649-54), No. 89
scoring: C
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Carl Fasch (1736 - 1800):  Chi vuol trovar la pace, Canzonetta
source: Musikalisches Vielerley. Ed. C.Ph.E. Bach (Hamburg 1770)
scoring: ATB (Harpsichord)

Our editon presents this canzonetta in its original score as well as arranged for ATB recorders and harpsichord.

What is the meaning of these icons?  6
Anonymous:  Simphonia
source: ’t Uitnement Kabinet. 2 vols (Amsterdam 1646-49)
scoring: CB (Bc)

The bass recorder part is an adaptation of the original bass part; hence the bass recorder is ad libitum.

What is the meaning of these icons?  6
Giovanni Picchi (c. 1571 - 1643):  Canzon Prima a 2
source: Canzoni da sonar con ogni sorte d’istromenti (Venice 1625), No. 1
scoring: CCB or AA (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?  3
John Lennon (1940 - 1980):  Imagine
scoring: SATB
What is the meaning of these icons?   6
Giovanni Gabrieli (c. 1555 - 1612):  Canzon per sonar a 8. Primi Toni
source: Sacrae symphoniae (Venice 1597)
scoring: SSAATTBB
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Anonymous:  Bouree d'Orange
source: Deusiesme recueil des dances et contre-dances avec la basse continue (Amsterdam 1688), No. 3
scoring: A or C (Bc)

The narrow range of the upper line allows to play this piece with any size of recorder.

What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Leonardo Vinci (1690 - 1730):  Cum Dominus iratus
scoring: SATB
Arranged from the original score for soprano, two violins and continuo.
What is the meaning of these icons?   8
John Eccles (1668 - 1735):  A Division on a Ground
source: The first part of the division flute (London [1706]), No. 9
scoring: A (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?   9
Robert Valentine (1674 - c. 1735):  Sonata XII in F major - Op. 2, No. 12
source: Sonate di flauto a solo col basso per il cimbalo o violone. Op. 2 (Rome 1708)
scoring: A (Bc)
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Anonymous:  Simphonie
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 9
scoring: AA (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Anonymous:  Gallarde Faraboscho
source: ’t Uitnement Kabinet. 2 vols (Amsterdam 1646-49)
scoring: CB (Bc)

The bass recorder part is an adaptation of the original bass part; hence the bass recorder is ad libitum.

What is the meaning of these icons?  7
Anonymous:  Suiet Italien
source: Deusiesme recueil des dances et contre-dances avec la basse continue (Amsterdam 1688), No. 65
scoring: C or A (Bc)

The narrow range of the upper line allows to play this piece with any size of recorder.

What is the meaning of these icons?  13
Ferdinando Carulli (1770 - 1841):  Lezione 15 - Op. 27, No. 15
source: Metodo completo per chitarra, op. 27 (1810) - Parte terza: 24 lezioni progressive per due chitarre
scoring: TTBB or ATBB
What is the meaning of these icons?  7
Joseíto Fernández (1908 - 1979):  Guantanamera
scoring: SATB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Anonymous:  Faronell's Ground
source: The first part of the division flute (London [1706]), No. 3
scoring: A (Bc)

The title refers to Farinelli (Carlo Broschi), the famous Italian castrato singer.

What is the meaning of these icons?   10
Luigi Battiferri (c. 1610 - 1682):  Ricercare Quarto a 4. Con due soggetti - Op. 3, No. 4
source: Ricercare a quattro, a cinque e a sei. Op. 3 (Bologna 1669)
scoring: SATB
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Floriano Canale (c. 1550 - post 1603):  La Barbisona a 4
source: Canzoni da sonare a quattro, et otto voci. Libro 1 (Venice 1600), No. 13
scoring: SSAT or SATB
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Domenico Natale Sarri [Sarro] (1679 - 1744):  Sonata 3 in D major (C major)
source: Ms. CF-V-23: Sinfonie di varij autori. Manuscript preserved in Parma: Biblioteca Palatina, No. 25
scoring: G or A (Bc)

This sonata fits a treble recorder in G, although it can be easily performed on a common treble recorder as well.

Our edition also contains a transposed version in C major, useful for playing the sonata on a treble recorder in F as well as performing it on a treble recorder in G reading with F fingering.

 

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Giovanni Bononcini (1670 - 1747):  Trattenimento Secondo
source: Trattenimenti da camera. Op. 1 (Bologna 1685)
scoring: AA or VV (Bc)

The original score fits two transverse flutes as is.

Our edition also contains a transposed version for treble recorders and bass recorder ad libitum.

What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Eustache Du Caurroy (1549 - 1609):  Premiere Fantasie a Trois
source: Fantasies a III. IIII. V. et VI. parties (Paris 1610), No. 1
scoring: SAT or ATB

Also editorially transposed for lower recorders.

What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Wendy Carlos (1939 - ):  Beethoviana, based on Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary by Henry Purcell reset in the style of Beethoven
source: Soundtrack of the movie A Clockwork Orange
scoring: SATB (Harpsichord)
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Domenico Galli (1649 - 1691):  Sonata V in D minor
source: Trattenimento musicale sopra il violoncello a’ solo (Modena 1691), No. 5
scoring: A

Adapted from the original score for solo cello.

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Anne Danican Philidor (1681 - 1728):  Allemande
source: 1er Livre de pieces pour la flute traversiere, flute a bec, violons et haut-bois avec la basse continuë (Paris 1712), No. 7
scoring: A (Bc)
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Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927 - 1994):  Insensatez (How Insensitive)
scoring: AB or AAATB

This arrangement of this famous jazz standard can be performed in two ways: as an AB duo or with an AATB group that accompanies the two lead recorders.

The best result will be reached if the solo recorders are close to the audience, while the supporting group should be in the background.

What is the meaning of these icons?   6
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741):  Sonata V in D minor - RV 36
source: Sonate a violino e basso per il cembalo. Op. 2 (Venice 1709), No. 5
scoring: A (Bc)

Arranged from the original score for violin and continuo.

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Eustache Du Caurroy (1549 - 1609):  Trentehuictiesme Fantasie a l’imitation de six monosyllabes, en laquelle sont contenuës les six especes de Diapason, divisees en la division harmonique et arithmetique
source: Fantasies a III. IIII. V. et VI. parties (Paris 1610), No. 38
scoring: ATTBB or AATBB
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
John Reading (1645 - 1692):  Reading's Ground
source: The first part of the division flute (London [1706]), No. 1
scoring: A (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?   12
Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927 - 1994):  Desafinado
scoring: AB
What is the meaning of these icons?  8
Giovanni Bononcini (1670 - 1747):  Trattenimento Primo
source: Trattenimenti da camera. Op. 1 (Bologna 1685)
scoring: AA or VV (Bc)

The original score fits two transverse flutes as is.

Our edition also contains a transposed version for treble recorders and bass recorder ad libitum.

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Adriano Banchieri (1568 - 1634):  Canzon Prima. La Rovattina
source: Canzoni alla francese a 4 voci per sonare. Libro 2 (Venice 1596), No. 1
scoring: SATB or SAAB
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Guy B. Wood (1911 - 2001):  My One and Only Love
scoring: AA
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Michel Pignolet de Montéclair (1667 - 1737):  Sixiéme Concert
source: Concerts à deux Flutes Traversières sans Basses (Paris s.d.), No. 6
scoring: AA

These «Concerts» by Montéclair are indeed suites; that is, collections of dances and preludes. Actually, this «Sixiéme Concert» contains two suites, since the sixth movement is a prelude and both suites contains ostinato movements: the first one a passacaille, the second a chaconne.

The original score is for two transverse flutes;  as usual, we transposed it for two treble recorders as well.

What is the meaning of these icons?  9
Anonymous:  Air
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 8
scoring: AAB or TTB (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?  7
Coldplay (XXI cent.):  Viva la Vida
scoring: SATTBB
What is the meaning of these icons?   7
Anonymous:  Air
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 7
scoring: AAB (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Michel Blavet (1700 - 1768):  Sonata Seconda in A minor (C minor) - Op. 1, No. 2
source: Six Sonates Pour deux Flutes-traversieres sans Basse. Op. 1 (Paris 1728)
scoring: AA
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Richard Rodgers (1902 - 1979):  Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
scoring: ATTB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   4
Anonymous:  Simphonie
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 6
scoring: AAB (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?   4
John Adson (1587 - 1640):  Ayre 9 of 5 Parts
source: Courtly masquing ayres (London 1621), No. 9
scoring: ATBLF or NSATB
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Paul Desmond (1924 - 1977):  Take Five
scoring: AB
What is the meaning of these icons?  8
Robert Woodcock (1690 - 1728):  Siciliana
source: Concerto I (London 1727)
scoring: A (Harpsichord)

Transposed and adapted from the original score for sixth flute and two violins in unison. Divisions are editorial.

What is the meaning of these icons?  6
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788):  Solfeggio - H.222
source: Musikalisches Vielerley. Ed. C.Ph.E. Bach (Hamburg 1770)
scoring: A (Harpsichord)
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Peter Yarrow (1938 - ):  Puff, the Magic Dragon
scoring: SATB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   6
Domenico Natale Sarri [Sarro] (1679 - 1744):  Sonata 1 in F major
source: Ms. CF-V-23: Sinfonie di varij autori. Manuscript preserved in Parma: Biblioteca Palatina, No. 23
scoring: A (Bc)
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Paolo Fonghetti (1572 - post 1628):  Il Penseroso
source: Capricii et madrigali a due voci (Verona 1598), No. 3
scoring: AT
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Pompeo Natali (XVII cent.):  Solfeggiamento XXV a tre
source: Solfeggiamenti a due e tre voci per cantare e suonare (Rome 1674), No. 6
scoring: SST or ATB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)

Besides the original score, our edition contains a transposed version for ATB recorders with editorial continuo realization.

What is the meaning of these icons?  2
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741):  Largo e cantabile
source: Il Piacere - RV 180
scoring: A (Bc)

Arranged from the original score for violin and continuo in E minor.

Divisions and continuo realization are editorial.

What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828):  Andante con moto
source: Piano Trio in E-flat major - D.929
scoring: SAATB

This is an abridged version of the second movement – in C minor – of the Trio D.929, Op. 100, by Schubert.

What is the meaning of these icons?  2
Pompeo Natali (XVII cent.):  Solfeggiamento XXIV a tre
source: Solfeggiamenti a due e tre voci per cantare e suonare (Rome 1674), No. 5
scoring: SAT or ATB

Besides the original score, our edition contains a transposed version for ATB recorders.

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Pompeo Natali (XVII cent.):  Solfeggiamento XXIII a tre
source: Solfeggiamenti a due e tre voci per cantare e suonare (Rome 1674), No. 4
scoring: SAT or ATB

Besides the original score, our edition contains a transposed version for ATB recorders.

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Traditional:  Bella Ciao
scoring: AATB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   4
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741):  Sonata III in D minor - RV 14
source: Sonate a violino e basso per il cembalo. Op. 2 (Venice 1709), No. 3
scoring: A (Bc)

Arranged from the original score for violin and continuo.

What is the meaning of these icons?   9
Larry Collins (1944 - ):  Delta Dawn
scoring: AAAB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Domenico Maria Drejer (XVIII cent.):  Sonata in A minor (G minor)
source: Ms. CF-V-23: Sinfonie di varij autori. Manuscript preserved in Parma: Biblioteca Palatina, No. 4
scoring: G or A (Bc)

In all likelihood this sonata was conceived for a treble recorder in G. Our edition also contains a transposed version for treble recorder in F.

What is the meaning of these icons?  8
Andrea Bornstein (1956 - ):  4 Chord Progression a 3
scoring: ATB (Harmonic Instrument)
What is the meaning of these icons?   5
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750):  Chorale: «Jesus bleibet meine Freude»
source: Cantata «Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben» - BWV 147
scoring: SSSATB or SSAATB (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?    7
Domenico Maria Drejer (XVIII cent.):  Sonata a flauto solo con basso in C major (Bb major)
source: Ms. CF-V-23: Sinfonie di varij autori. Manuscript preserved in Parma: Biblioteca Palatina, No. 3
scoring: G or A (Bc)
Version 2.00 (2015-12-25): added a transposed version in Bb major that suits better a treble recorder in F.
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Traditional:  The House of the Rising Sun
scoring: ATB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?  55
Johann Christian Schickhardt (c. 1681 - 1762):  Ciaccona (from Sonata VI) - Op. 14
source: VI Sonates. Op. 14 (Amsterdam c. 1710)
scoring: ATB or AAB (Bc)

Adapted from the original score for treble recorder, oboe, viol and continuo.

What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Giovanni Paisiello (1740 - 1816):  Capriccio in C major
scoring: A (Keyboard)
What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Tim Hardin (1941 - 1980):  How can we hang on to a dream?
scoring: ATTB (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?  16
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750):  Air: Kein Arzt ist außer dir zu finden
source: Cantata «Ihr werdet weinen und heulen» - BWV 103
scoring: D (Alto, Bc)

In all likelihood, this part was first conceived for a sixth flute, even if the definitive version is for transverse flute. Our edition contains both the part at real pitch and the transposed one.

What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Luigi Battiferri (c. 1610 - 1682):  Ricercare Terzo a 4. Con un soggetto solo - Op. 3, No. 3
source: Ricercare a quattro, a cinque e a sei. Op. 3 (Bologna 1669)
scoring: SATB

The bass line goes down once to the very low D, hence would not fit a bass recorder. The issue may be managed by transposing a few notes an octave above. If so, in the same bars it would be convenient to transpose a few notes of the tenor line as well: doing that, we could avoid playing the low C# on the tenor recorder and keep unaltered the harmonic relationship between the two low parts.

What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Traditional:  Oh Happy Day
scoring: SATTB or SAATT (Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)
What is the meaning of these icons?   3
Vincenzo Ruffo (c. 1508 - 1587):  El Travagliato
source: Capricci in musica a tre voci (Milan 1564), No. 12
scoring: ATB

A tricky three-part composition, on purpose entitled «The Troubled One».

What is the meaning of these icons?  2
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741):  Sonata II in C major - RV 31
source: Sonate a violino e basso per il cembalo. Op. 2 (Venice 1709), No. 2
scoring: A (Bc)

Arranged from the original score for violin and continuo.

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Pompeo Natali (XVII cent.):  Solfeggiamento XXII a tre
source: Solfeggiamenti a due e tre voci per cantare e suonare (Rome 1674), No. 3
scoring: SAT or ATB

Besides the original score, our edition contains a transposed version for ATB recorders.

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750):  Courante
source: Suite II - BWV 1008
scoring: A
What is the meaning of these icons?  3
Jan Jaap Langereis (1962 - ):  Flauto Ostinato
scoring: AAT
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Anonymous:  Menuet
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 5
scoring: AAB (Bc)
What is the meaning of these icons?  6
Anonymous:  Simphonie
source: A Collection of Several Simphonies and Airs in Three Parts ([London] 1688), No. 4
scoring: AAB (Bc)

Our edition contains the transcription of the original score, and a transposed one that suits better two treble recorders, with editorial divisions.
In both versions a bass recorder can play the bass line.

What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Vincenzo Ruffo (c. 1508 - 1587):  La Gamba in Basso e Soprano
source: Capricci in musica a tre voci (Milan 1564), No. 13
scoring: ATB
What is the meaning of these icons?  5
Arcangelo Corelli (1653 - 1713):  Sonata III in D major (C major) - Op. 5, No. 3
source: Premiére partie du cinquième oeuvre de Corelli ajustée à la flûte traversière avec la basse (Paris c. 1738)
scoring: A (Bc)

The original violin sonata by Corelli is in C major, while the anonymous arranger transposed it a tone above in D major to adapt it to a flute.

We publish here his arrangement as well as a transposed version a note lower (again), adapted to a treble recorder.

The «French» continuo figures differ in several points from those of the original sonata by Corelli. In our recorder adaptation we integrated the French continuo figures with some of the original ones taken from the original edition.

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Paul Simon (1941 - ):  Bridge Over Troubled Water
scoring: AATB (Piano)
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Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767):  Sonata in D minor - TWV 43:d1
source: Mus. ms. 1042/83. Manuscript preserved in Darmstadt: Hessische Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek
Edited and/or arranged by David Bellugi
scoring: AAAB
What is the meaning of these icons?  9
Paolo Fonghetti (1572 - post 1628):  Lo Spaventoso
source: Capricii et madrigali a due voci (Verona 1598), No. 2
scoring: AT or AA
What is the meaning of these icons?   4
Arcangelo Corelli (1653 - 1713):  Concerto II - Op. 6, No. 2
source: Concerti grossi. Op. 6 (Amsterdam 1714)
scoring: AAAATBB

The concertino should be played by one recorder per part, while the recorders of the concerto grosso should be at least doubled.

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Luigi Tenco (1938 - 1967):  Vedrai, vedrai
scoring: ABBB (Bass instrument, Harmonic Instrument ad libitum)

A friend of Tenco's: «Why do you always compose sad songs?».

Tenco: «Because when I am not sad I go out».

Luigi Tenco, possibly the best Italian chansonnier, killed himself at 29.

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Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741):  Sonata I in G minor - RV 27
source: Sonate a violino e basso per il cembalo. Op. 2 (Venice 1709), No. 1
scoring: A (Bc)

Arranged from the original score for violin and continuo.

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Vincenzo Ruffo (c. 1508 - 1587):  La Gamba in Tenor
source: Capricci in musica a tre voci (Milan 1564), No. 5
scoring: ATB
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George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Dica il falso, dica il vero
source: Alexander for a flute. The ariets with their symphonys for a single flute and the duet for two flutes of that celebrated opera compos’d by M.r Handell (London s.d.), No. 10
scoring: A
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George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759):  Sì m’è caro imitar
source: Alexander for a flute. The ariets with their symphonys for a single flute and the duet for two flutes of that celebrated opera compos’d by M.r Handell (London s.d.), No. 9
scoring: A
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Luigi Battiferri (c. 1610 - 1682):  Ricercare Secondo a 4. Con un soggetto riversato - Op. 3, No. 2
source: Ricercare a quattro, a cinque e a sei. Op. 3 (Bologna 1669)
scoring: SATB
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