Volume 43, Issue 2
News in Brief
Meet Max Volbers
Barbara Law talks to the versatile young recorder player and harpsichordist.
Tomi Räisänen: Composer
Michael Graham tells us about this innovative Finnish composer and a selection of his pieces.
The Recorder Music of Colin Hand
A survey of the late composer's music for recorder by Andrew Mayes, and advice from Andrew Collis on preparing his music for exams.
Diminutions: how to get started and progress
Lobke Sprenkeling gives detailed advice with examples.
Centre Spread: Belle qui tient ma vie – Thoinot Arbeau and
Triste España – Juan del Encina
edited by Lobke Sprenkeling
Anna Meredith’s Origami Songs
Barbara Law talks to the Scottish composer about this work written for Erik Bosgraaf, to be performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra later this year.
Chris Orton reports on recent events and talks to ERTA members Naomi Rhodes and Ian Chesters.
SRP News (expanded)
Ruth Burbidge of Recorder Musicmail and Peacock Press tells us how it all started. There is news from the branches and reports on the 2023 SRP Conference and Festival including the Spinacino Consort and two-day Music Programme.
From Peter Bowman, Adam J Dopadlik, Anne Martin, Andrew Mayes, Harriet Oliver and Terry Smurthwaite. Click here for the music titles.
Fiona Hook reports on some new releases
News for Young Players
Click here for recorder music reviewed in this issue.