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This grouping contains many of the pieces which I have arranged for Ursuline Academy and for the first hour of the Fort Worth, Texas 'Cowtown Recorder Society' monthly 'Play-in'. During the first hour we teach beginning players the first elements of recorder technique by using 'The Recorder Guide' and some very easy renaissance literature.
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There have always been 'tunes' floating in and out of my head. This is my recent attempt to add a few compositions of my own making. I had previously been a bit cautious because a few years after turning in an assignment in music theory I found almost exactly where my head had pulled the end product. No one knew but I did. Totally embarrassed.
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The polyphonic (voice entering at different places) style of composition rose to prominence during this period. There is also a great deal of homophony (all part play similar rhythm and chordal structure) in music for dancing. You will find an incomplete Terpsichore 'project' here.
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