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Seven Dances from the Court Henry VIII

for recorder ensemble

PUBLISHER: Earlham Press
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Woodwind Ensemble
A collection of dances from the mid 16th Century believed to have originally been performed in the court of Henry VIII. This edition is intended for consort of recorders, however can also be performed by a selection of other renaissance instruments such as flutes, shawms or viols or mixed consorts
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Subtitle for recorder ensemble
Editor Peter Holman
Publisher Earlham Press
Instrumentation Recorder Ensemble
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 3
Product Type Set
Instrument Group Woodwind Ensemble
Style Period Renaissance
Style Renaissance
ISMN 9790230000352
Style Period Renaissance
Series The New Recorder Series
No. Pages 12
No. EP 1007-070
Description
A collection of dances from the mid 16th Century believed to have originally been performed in the court of Henry VIII. This edition is intended for consort of recorders, however can also be performed by a selection of other renaissance instruments such as flutes, shawms or viols or mixed consorts such as cornetts and sackbuts. A simple percussion part can also be added.
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