Volume 39, Issue 2
Simple tools to combat stage nerves
Jennifer Mackerras gives practical advice on how to train the amygdala out of "fight or flight".
Keeping up with Tabea Debus
Barbara Law talks to the young German recorder player enjoying the UK's early music scene.
“The red ladie and the beat box recorder”
Kristina Greally tells us about the rewards of her RAM outreach work with schools and people with dementia.
Top Tips for Playing Paetzold Recorders
Sarah Jeffery gives advice on playing these square bass recorders.
The Anne Boleyn Music Book
Iain Hall tells us about this collection of songs and motets assembled for the Tudor queen and the performance in March by the RCM Recorder Consort of four works from it.
Layton Ring, 1922-2019
Andrew Mayes remembers the late composer, editor, harpsichordist and poet.
Exeter Recorder Orchestra
ERO is 15 years old this year. Andrew Collis discusses its work.
Bobby Rootveld & Klezmer
The Netherlandish guitarist explains how his klezmer-inspired work draws on his family history and the restoration of music composed in ghettoes and concentration camps.
Centrespread, Saalfeld Freilach - Bobby Rootveld
Society of Recorder Players
A message from Vic Morris, a report on the SRP Festival by Jennifer Mackerras and a report on the SRP Composers Competition
by Michael Graham
The Contemporary Recorder Catalogue
Peter Bowman tells us about John Turner's project to promote new music for the recorder with this collection published by Peacock Press.
The European Recorder Players Society 8th Biennale February 2019
Evelyn Nallen reports on the event in Bolzano.
Finn Collinson, BBC Young Folk Award finalist
Finn tells us about his forthcoming CD.
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