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Baroque Music for Two Recorders
On this page we feature music from the Baroque era performed on two recorders by Bert and Dorothy Barth of Flutes of Fancy. Flutes of Fancy is available as a duo of two recorders as well as a duo of violin and recorder named Kammeraderie. Beginning in 2014, a trio named Tea Rose Consort, with tenor recorder player Christine Love, is also available for special events.
The sound samples below were recorded in a historic Temple Beth Israel in San Diego's Heritage Park on January 31, 2013. The natural "reverb" in this temple is ideal for recorders. We recognized the wonderful acoustical properties of this temple many years ago and where married there in 1996.
March (George Frideric Handel)
Rigaudon (George Frideric Handel) (playing as background to this page)
Sarabande (George Frideric Handel)
Both the March and the Rigaudon would make exuberant recessional music. The Sarabande can be played as prelude music.
Adagio from Sonata IV in a minor (Robert Valentine)
Sarabanda from Sonata IV in a minor (Robert Valentine)
Robert Valentine's slow movements would be lovely as Prelude music for a wedding.
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