Volume 40, Issue 4
Orchestral works for one man and a recorder!
James Howard Young explains how he puts his own multi-instrument recordings onto YouTube.
A Guide to Multi-Track Recording
David Podeschi tells us how to do it and what you will need.
Recorders in Rock: Taylor Ross
Jennifer Mackerras talks to Taylor Ross about his inventive recorder-based CD AV made with his group Surface to Air Missive.
Recorder maker Terry Mann explains his work making recorders based on historical models from Europe - currently the Elblag-style medieval recorder - and worries about the decline of instrument-making in the UK.
Commissioning New Music – Consider a Covid Commission!
This issue's Centrespread composer Michael Graham suggests commissioning a new piece of music tailored to your ensemble.
Centrespread: Those Lockdown Recorder Blues by Michael Graham
A Recorder and Baroque Oboe Player’s Journey
Oonagh Lee of Consortium5 tells us of her successful battle to play baroque oboe (with an exciting night-time episode in a mid-Channel fishing boat!).
ERTA UK Conference
Dianne Charles reports.
With Chairman's Chat, Alex Ayre arrangements completed, branch reports, obituaries, Visiting Conductors, the SRP/Moeck Solo Recorder Competition and NYRO.
Katie Abraham, Jenny Beech and Alice Shaw report on a succesful week on Zoom.
Recorder Queen Genevieve Lacey
Evelyn Nallen reports on the background to the film Recorder Queen about PNG-born recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey.
BBC Young Composer
A report on the 15-year-old winner Rowena Jones.
As always, new recorder music and CDs are reviewed.
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