September 1993, Volume 13 Number 2


  • Some Easy Christmas Fare

    Paul Clark looks at the world of "but that's not how the tune goes" and gives us a lesson in variants (and deviant arrangers)!

  • Boston Early Music Festival and Exhibition, 15-20 June

    Edgar Hunt describes his visit to the seventh of the biennial Early Music Festivals.

  • Some thoughts on the notation of music for recorders

    Edgar Hunt looks at trends in musical notation through the years

  • Marks and Rules for Gracing - Easy Baroque Ornamentation from English Sources - Part 1

    Malcolm Davies writes on the first of two important English sources for ornamentation. Examples included.

  • Palladian Ensemble:"Grounds for appeal"

    Andrew Mayes talks to the Palladian Ensemble about their music making.

  • The Recorder Orchestra - Part 1 (the History)

    Dennis Bamforth reviews his time in the Recorder Orchestra, along with its general history.

  • William Byrd, For the 450th Anniversary of his birth

    Anthony Rowland-Jones on a familiar three part consort.


All issues of Recorder Magazine carry

  • reviews of recorder sheet music, CDs and books,
  • reviews of recent recitals and courses,
  • letters from readers,
  • numerous short recorder-related items in Footjoint, and
  • news from SRP and ERTA
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