Autumn 2018, Volume 38, Issue 3

Why play modern music?
Peter Bowman examines the development of the repertoire in the latter part of the twentieth century, with seventeen musical examples.

The new potential of a 21st-century recorder: Repertoire for Helder Tenor
Susanne Fröhlich explores the new sound potential offered by the Helder Tenor and presents some recommended repertoire.

How to perform electronic contemporary music
Julien Feltrin provides some helpful tips - and Emily Ambrose comments on digital delay machines.

Happy Anniversary, Music For a Bird!
Charlotte Barbour-Condini celebrates the 50th birthday of Hans-Martin Linde's iconic piece.

Tui St. George Tucker - The Bullfinch Sonata
Tehilla Meller Andriani shares one of her favourite recorder solos, which was the inspiration for her own Homage to the piece. Both are available on Youtube.

Andrew Challinger
Michael Graham
tells us about the composer of this month's Centrespread, 5 Sketches

Birds and Chimes
Markus Zahnhausen discusses his work for recorder orchestra.

Rondeau Mélancolique
Laszlo Rozsa
presents the new recording of late 17th-early 18th-century music from France for recorder, viol and theorbo.

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