Catalogue no.: PIP 312
Baroque works for recorder or baroque flute and basso continuo or obbligato keyboard, and including Telemann’s trio sonata for alto recorder, natural horn and b.c.
- A. Corelli: Sonata in F., op. V no. 4, transcribed for alto recorder & b.c. (1707)
- J-M. Hotteterre: Suite III, Livre premier, for traverso & b.c. (1715)
- J.S. Bach: Trio Sonata in F, BWV 525, transcribed for alto recorder & harpsichord
- John Stanley: Solo II, op. IV, for traverso & b.c. (1745)
- J.B. de Boismortier: Sonate 1, op. 91, for harpsichord & traverso (c.1741-42)
- G.P. Telemann: Concerto a 3 for alto recorder, horn & b.c.
- Alison Melville, recorder, traverso
- Michael Jarvis, harpsichord
- Borys Medicky, harpsichord
- Charlotte Nediger, harpsichord
- Derek Conrod, natural horn
- Mary Cyr, viola da gamba
Boismortier: Sonata in G, op. 91 no. 1, Gayement (Borys Medicky, harpsichord)
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