As an exercise in writing for as many voices as I could, I managed to use 15 parts for the opening movement of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. A single soprano, with 3 altos, 3 tenors, 3 basses, 2 great and 2 contra basses, and a single C sub-great bass.
It seems Edward MacDowell’s “To a Wild Rose” is famous, but I didn’t like it much. Instead I took his water lily from the same bundle of “Woodlands Sketches” and arranged it for 11 recorders: SAATBBBGGCC.
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I first knew this Al Jolson song in its Louis Davids translation as “J’hebt me betoverd”.
I decided to arrange the old wedding classic.
An arrangement for 10 recorders (SnSSAATTBGC) of the 60s lounge classic.
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I’ve done my own arrangement of a pretty, sad song by the 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi. The arrangement is slightly anachronistic, being full-on JS Bach baroque. Sort of.
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My arrangement of a famous film tune
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A quartet composition that made it to the final round of the British SRP (Society of Recorder Players) composers competition in 2019. Scored for AABC.
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A dark and sombre piece for 12 recorders.
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A slowly building piece. Sit back and enjoy.
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