Volume 39, Issue 4
Dr Dina Titan interviews María Martínez Ayerza about her recent ground-breaking research into the 16th-century Venetian musician and his treatise on recorder-playing
The Medieval Recorder – taking it to extremes
Tim Cranmore has been selling his Dragon Flute in scary places
Baroque meets Nordic Folk Music
Swedish recorder player Kristine West grew up with the folk music of the countryside and aims to bridge it with baroque in her work.
Yasaman Mashhouri – from East to West
Evelyn Nallen interviews the young Iranian musician who self-taught from a recording of Michala Petri and now leads the Pars Recorder Orchestra
Folk Music and Improvisation
Michelle Holloway tells us about the wide range of different styles in musical traditions and cultural identity
Yes, I know it's another fugue ...
Joe Parks introduces his centrespread
Centrespread, A Fugue for Recorder - Joe Parks
Open Recorder Days, Amsterdam
Nancy Daly tells us about the exciting six-day event in Sao Paulo
An opportunity for young recorder students to gain experience of conducting was launched by Josee Beeson - Helen Herbert and Lizzie Knatt tell us about their experiences
A Month in the Life of a Woodwind Player
Sophie Creaner describes the last month of her working life in London
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