Carl Dolmetsch had already, inbeen given responsibility for the Haslemere Festival. He kept it going during the War years in reduced formand celebrated the Silver Jubilee in and the 40th anniversary in He also adopted British Standard Pitch for the Festivals and his own recitals to encourage cooperation with artists, particularly singers and string quartets from the outside world of music.
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And here's the thing: together they're responsible for one of the most complete musical websites arounda truly amazing resource. There's nowhere else you need to go if you want info on fingering a contrabass recorder which has a range that goes to down to the lowest string of the cello or fine-tuning your descant.
The site also tells you how the entire recorder revival is owed to someone losing their instrument on platform five at Waterloo, only to have it returned five years later. Shades of today's civil service. Popular African Traditional Dances from which this information has been taken. Italian m. Italian f. Spanish to drool, to slobber, to dribble, sbavare Italian: to dribble, to droolsbavarsi Italian: to slobbergeifern German: to drool, to slobber, to dribblesabbern German: to dribble, to slobberbaver French: to drool, to dribble, to slobber.
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5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries to the story of the Tower of Babel in Genesis Spanish m. French to chatter, balbettare Italian: to talk endlesslyplappern German: to talk endlesslyparlotear Spanish: to talk endlessly. German m. Babinski reflex an abnormal reflex in which the great toe moves upward and the toes fan upon stroking the bottom of the foot.
Anglo-Indian, from the Hindi a native clerk who writes English, a stilted, unidiomatic and florid style of English. Our modern word baboon comes from Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries French term. English, German m. It is the story leading up to their freedom that forms the basis of William Walton's oratorio Belshazzar's Feast.
Belshazzar's Feast. German f. Oracle of the Holy Bottle, Bacbuc. English, German n. His festival was celebrated on March 16 and These infamous celebrations, notorious for their sexual and criminal character, got so out of hand that they were forbidden by the Roman Senate in BCE.
Bacchus is also identified with the old-Italian god Liber. The same term or Bacchants or Bacchantes is used for the priests and priestesses who participate in these celebrations.
Its initial presence is now imperceptable: perhaps it was sustained only by word-of-mouth description among Rome's slave population. Ancient texts indicate clearly enough, however, that by B. It was then that an official purge was ordered.
Roman Wine: Windows on a Lifestyle from which this extract has been taken. Bach's surname, which in German nomenclature represent the notes B flat - A - C - B naturalwhich have been used by Bach and others as a melodic theme in Pattern People - The Family Dogg* - A Way Of Life, etc.
Max Hinrichsen, London: Hinrichsen Edition, lists twenty-nine works the majority written by German composers. The first known example, however, is in a piece by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck in the seventeenth century - it is possible, though not certain, that he used it in homage to one of Johann Sebastian's ancestors, many of whom were themselves musicians.
BACH motif from which this information has been taken. Sometimes The Echo Of All Thats Happened - Various - New Music::New Ireland Two large thumb bass called marimba or marimbula was included as well.
When bachata emerged in the early s, it was part of an important subcategory of guitar music, romantic guitar music--as distinguished from guitar music intended primarily for dancing such as the Cuban son or guaracha --although in later decades, as musicians began speeding up the rhythm and dancers developed a new dance step, bachata began to be considered dance music as well. The most popular and widespread genre of romantic guitar music in this century, and the most influential for the development of bachatawas the Cuban bolero not to be confused with the unrelated Spanish bolero.
Bachata from which this information has been taken. This compendium gives source-critical and bibliographical information on all of Bach's works and was prepared by Schulze and Wolff. Bach and by his contemporaries about Bach. Plectrum bachi for lute shamisenJapan, 19th century. Bachianas Brasileiras.
The notation of various voices varied, depending on where he was at the time all pitches given as a' in Hz. By the end ofthis oboe disappears and has been replaced with an 'hautbois' which was pitched Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries minor third lower, as were the bassoon and the recorder.
Their pitch was Tief Kammerton. All his Weimar works show this disposition. In trying to establish what it was, the vocal scores help. The problematic trumpet part in the 2nd Brandenburg would be much easier on an instrument at Tief Kammerton.
Bach's predecessor Kuhnau had mentioned in an earlier letter to Mattheson that the organs of the Thomas and Nikolai churches were Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries Cornett-Thon.
But he had woodwinds at his disposal at both normal Kammerton and Tief Kammerton Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centurieswhich therefore differed in pitch by a minor second.
From the time of his appointment at Leipzig until 4th JulyBach wrote a number of works in Tief Kammerton. In the s, he transposed the Magnificat from E flat Es to D, most likely because he had no longer to deal with woodwinds pitched at Tief Kammerton.
The combination of woodwind at pitches differing from that of the organ and stringed instruments offered Bach a way of exploring a Your Chance To Win - Dale Watson and His Lone Stars - LIVE at the Big T Roadhouse Chicken S#!t Sunda range of keys in his orchestral writing [information supplied by Michael Zapf].
Born Vincent Schrotenbach in Vienna duringinitial musical training was received on the violin. However, young Vincent preferred the majestic sounds of the trumpet and eventually switched. Also displaying an aptitude in science, Vincent graduated from the Maschinenbauschule with an engineering degree.
His heart remained in music, leaving an engineering career for an uncertain future in music. Success soon followed as he toured throughout Europe, adopting the stage name of Vincent Bach while in England. BachBrass from which the short extract immediately above has been taken.
Johann Sebastian Bach used one or more trumpets in several of his works. His whole life, Bach had trumpet players around him. His father, Johann Ambrosius Bach was a string player, town piper and court trumpeter. His second father-in-law the father of Anna Magdalena Wilcken was also a court trumpeter. Bach and the Trumpet from which the short extract immediately above has been taken.
Boden German m. To back a book is to shape the back of a previously rounded book, so as to make a shoulder on either side against which the front and back covers fit closely.
Ganassi's Regola Rubertina employs the Italian tablature for viol that showed the fingering, the upper finger-position above the frets and the bowing. A dot placed well below a symbol indicates a back bow the weaker stroke and a dot placed well above a symbol indicates a forward bow the stronger stroke.
Psychologists often cite procrastination as a mechanism for coping with the anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decision. However, putting something on the back-burner is, generally, without the psychological undertones of procrastination, Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries a rational setting of priorities. Backdoor progression from which this extract has been taken.
English, German f. These include the vowel sounds found in ooze, oomph, go, law, and father. Literary Terms and Definitions from which this extract has been taken. German spa doctor, balneologist a practitioner of the science of baths or bathing, especially of the therapeutic use of mineral baths. English, German a historical region of southwest Germany which, in the s it was a centre of the German liberal movement. English, German a city of southwest Germany in the Black Forest near the French border that was founded Suite No.
5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuries a Roman garrison in the third century A. D and is noted as a health resort and spa. The Oxford English Dictionary gives the earliest entry as being from Bristol inbut there were bager s gates at York in and in Lincoln in by It continued in use until the nineteenth century in Great Britain.
One does not badiner about serious and respected things. These bad quartos are often grossly inaccurate, but may contain useful stage directions not included in the original. Breton one or more specified number of pipe bands, composed of biniou Breton bagpipesbombardes and snare drums one source suggests huit biniou, huit bombardes, Stargazer - Neil Diamond - Beautiful Noise caisses claires, deux toms, une grosse caissethat play mainly Breton music.
These should be checked for cracks before any keys are ordered. I have the 'saddles' and their fixing screws in stock, as well as pads and a quantity black keys that will fit all. I no longer have keys in light or dark brown. The keys come complete with pad and I can supply a screw foc with the saddle if yours is missing. The first 'Dolmetsch' mass produced trebles were made of bakelite, a very hard and heavy moulding material, in the 's.
Many of these recorders survive despite being brittle and are still used by aficionados. There were different versions and the first were the best.
Phrasing and expression is enhanced using these editions. A new edition - if you have not made their acquaintance, you should try them. They are very good. Lots of contrast and interest in all parts. Energetic but not too hard. The contra is optional but very desirable so if you have one in the group it will add richness to the sound.
Floh De Cologne - Fließbandbabys Beat-Show Music from the Court of Maximilian I for recorders, viols and other instruments.
PEMS Vol. This scholarly and beautifully presented music makes a wonderful library of varied secular instrumental music typical of the court of Maximilian and his successor Charles V. The repertoire consists of pieces by some of the greatest composers of the turn of the century, including Josquin three piecesIsaac sixteen piecesSenfl twenty-five pieces and Pierre de la Rue six piecesas well as anonymous pieces and those by lesser known contemporaries.
The style of the manuscript is rather plain and evidence suggests that the part-books were compiled over a number of years. The year is given on the cover of the tenor part-book, suggesting a start date for the compilation. In his introduction to the publication of the facsimile by Alamire, Matthias Schneider surmises a date of for the last entries and also suggests that the manuscript might have been closely associated with Ludwig Senfl, the Court Composer of Maximilian I.
At some point in the sixteenth century it was in the possession of the Fugger family, wealthy merchants of Augsburg, from where it was transferred to Vienna when Emperor Ferdinand III bought the Fugger family library in Although the manuscript has been available until recently in the Alamire facsimile edition mentioned above, errors and anomalies in the part-books mean that a number of the pieces are difficult to perform directly from the original notation.
The editor believes that this new edition, published in four volumes, will provide viol and recorder players with a varied collection of secular instrumental music typical of the court of Maximilian and his successor Charles V. This gives the music its true emphasis and expression. Moira has set the pieces so that everyone starts each line of music at the same time to help rehearsal problems.
MHE Recorder Septet no. The result is this five-movement, six-minute suite. The most obvious problem with music for two contrabasses is that simple human need to breathe, and reasonably often too.
There are a reasonable number of short rests built into the music, but in any case contrabass players are a resourceful lot, and will no doubt find a way to make it work.
Unsurprisingly the piece also works fine on two basses. Ah me! Morley There is not much music for adults that is both interesting and easy. I hope that 'Ann's Choice' will help to fill the gap. Volume 10 comprises arrangements of three three-part English madrigals for TrTrB recorders. The madrigals are by three giants of madrigal composition — Weelkes, Bateson and Morley. In these pieces they demonstrate their ability Derniers Baisers - Laurent Voulzy - La Septième Vague write very interesting music that is straightforward to play and that is in only three parts.
They wanted something jazzy for low instruments, lasting no more than five minutes so, in accordance with the brief, the five tiny pieces in Low-down Blues last precisely five minutes, and it is for tenor and two basses. But it is not easy music! Nevertheless, if you are up to it, I think the suite is exciting, and a bit of a crowd-pleaser!
The piece is not particularly easy to play, because the quavers are swung, and the rhythms may be unfamiliar to some recorder players. But persevere - the Monmouth Rag always goes down well with audiences! The Avon Valley Suite adds to quite a short list of modern pieces where the lowest instrument is the lovely great bass. This ten-minute suite is dedicated to Ruth Burbidge. Ann says: "This suite is dedicated to Ashley Allerton, who has been a constant supporter of my compositions for many years.
Ashley is a great bass specialist, hence the rather unusual instrumentation of these pieces, and I ensured that the great bass plays a very important role in proceedings. The titles of these short pieces refer to three places just to the north of Exeter.
Total playing time is about six minutes. I was inspired by the O Marie - The Echo Hunters - Cabin Fever sound of spinet and recorders, and wrote my three-movement Hoddesdon Suite for a performance at the Autumn Recorder Orchestra Weekend held in November in Hoddesdon, near Hertford.
The soloist, naturally enough, was Rosemary, and my suite is dedicated to her. The orchestral parts of this eleven-minute piece are of no more than moderate difficulty.
The clarinet is capable of many moods, but this piece concentrates on the quirky and playful side of its personality. It does get a bit romantic in the slower middle section, but quirkiness is quickly restored and lasts until the very end, when the piece confidently ends in what is The Angry Hour - Titus Andronicus - The Most Lamentable Tragedy than likely the 'wrong' key.
Four minutes of musical fun! The tune on which the piece is based is the traditional The Bold Pirate, and its many verses begin with…''Twas on the 12th of March, my Suite No. 5 In G Major - The Dolmetsch Consort - Favourite Recorder Music From Five Centuriesfrom Bristol we set sail.
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