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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Girolamo Frescscobaldi was an Italian composer and organist - at Antwerp, then (1608-28) at St Peter's, Rome, where a presumably over-enthusiastic chronicler reports an audience of 30,000 listening to him. Wrote toccatas, fugues, ricercari, etc., for organ and harpsichord, influencing German and other music; also motets, madrigals, etc.
Recorder Music CDs:
Pieter-Jan Belder on "Art of the Recorder"
Vicki Boeckman on "Vicki Boeckman: Early Italian Baroque"
Pedro Bonet on "Instrumental Music in the Age of Velazquez" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Brisk Recorder Consort on "The Sacred Organ's Praise"
Frans Brüggen on "Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 04 (Early Baroque Recorder Music)"
Chalilio on "Wooden Flutes"
Francis Colpron on "Sonates virtuoses du XVIIe siècle"
Alan Davis on "Scherzi Musicali"
La Fontegara Amsterdam on "17th Century Italian Recorder Music"
La Fontegara Amsterdam on "17th Century Italian Recorder Music" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Flautando Köln on "La Spiritata" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Flanders Recorder Quartet on "Early Italian Recorder Music"
Flanders Recorder Quartet on "Early Italian Recorder Music/English Consort Music"
Flanders Recorder Quartet on "Sei Willekommen"
Ganassi Consort on "Per Flauto"
Ganassi Consort on "Per Flauto: Italian Music for Recorder in the 17th Century"
Manfred Harras on "Musica Fiorita"
Eckart Haupt on "Italian Recorder Music"
Walter van Hauwe on "Blockflutes 3 - the early 17th century"
Dan Laurin on "Early Italian Chamber Music"
Hans-Martin Linde on "Romantic Baroque"
Loeki Stardust Quartet Amsterdam on "Capriccio di flauti"
Natalie Michaud on "Fiati Virtuosi"
Marijke Miessen on "Dutch and Italian Music"
Clas Pehrsson on "A Recorder Recital"
Clas Pehrsson on "Clas Pehrsson - recorder music by Fontana, Barsanti, et al"
Elisabeth Schwanda on "Marini und seine Zeitgenossen"
Jiri Stivin on "Me mladi je u konce"
Jiri Stivin on "Mein junges Leben hat ein End (My Youth is Over)"
Leif Ramlov Svendsen on "Barockmusik für Zwei"