There are lists of recorder music ranging from
octets +, which I have in my personal library. There is also a list of
recorder groups in which I have played as well as lists of all
music and recorder books,
recorder music CDs and
publishers referred to in these pages.
These recorder pages contain a great deal of detailed basic information including instruments required, composer, publisher etc. Work on the anecdotes, as in the same style as on my folk-music pages, is well in progress providing a bit more flesh and blood and hopefully will make the whole thing a lot more interesting. Should any recorder enthusiast out there in cyberworld like anecdotes or further information on any piece at all listed, then please don't hesitate to e-mail me. Your request will get priority and go right to the head of the queue.
The ( , , , and ) symbols in the recorder tables denote that a (RealAudio) file is available at the corresponding Amazon outlet. The and symbols denote that a suitable audio file has been found, due credits are given to the sequencer where known. The *.midi files reflect in no way the sheet music described and are interpretations (sometimes very original) made by the corresponding sequencer. The availability of sheet music is given by the and symbols. In response to many surfer requests, especially from USA, there is now a special Recorder Sheet Music webpage providing direct access to over 9816 and 1246 items of sheet music (as of 08.05.13) which can be obtained at SheetMusicPlus.com and Ditty Box Enterprises respectively.
This website is also a member of the Recorder Music Webring