and regular faculty Stewart Carter(Winston-Salem), Patricia Petersen, Kathy Schenley, Doug Young Jennifer Streeter
Whether sung by a medieval minstrel or crooned by a lonesome cowboy, love has been explored in music more than any other topic. We’ll sample the music of love from Eros to Agape, from Marian motets and the love songs of Solomon to unrequited courtly love, from the sweet chansons of Paris to the bawdy tavern songs of Olde England.
This workshop is intended for low-intermediate to advanced recorder players. Voices, strings, early reeds & brass are welcome in various classes, as noted in the class description.
$10 discount for registrations received by March 6.
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9:00- 9:15 Registration and coffee
9:15-10:30 Recorder consort/Technique
11:00-12:15 Specialty & repertory classes
1:15-2:30 Specialty & repertory classes
3:00-4:15 Specialty & repertory classes
Technique: Finger Dexterity through Modes and Scales (Jody Miller). Practicing scales can be fun, especially if you have an approach. We will brush up on scale-type technique work and learn how to improve sightreading through the command of scales and modes. In addition to a variety of technique exercises and etudes, we will put some of our work into practice using the music of Jacob van Eyck. Recorders only; all levels.
Recorder Consort. Varied consort repertory. Recorders only; all levels. We divide you up by skill level.
Renaissance Recorder Consort (Doug Young). One-on-a-part consort for advanced players willing to learn different fingerings, playing a matched set of recorders tuned to A=466. Class size limited; be sure to give 2nd choice!
Baroque...with Style. What makes Baroque music sound Baroque? We will explore the flavors that makes this music unique: melody vs. harmony, figured bass, ornamentation, the dance influence and more. Recorders and viols; all levels.
Loud Band: Baisez moi (Kiss me)! (Stew Carter) Love songs and dances from the Renaissance and early Baroque. For sackbut, cornetto, serpent, krummhorn, and other buzzies; intermediate to advanced.
O Elslein, Liebstes Elselein Mein. Gorgeous songs from the tenorlied tradition, featuring works by Ludwig Senfl and Heinrich Isaac. Enjoy works from these masters singly and in amazing combinations. Recorders, viols, voices; intermediate and up.
The Subtle Art of Love. Late 14th century chansons in the ARS subtilior style, with intricate rhythms and haunting melodies. Recorders only; hi-intermediate to advanced. Must have secure counting skills. That’s Amore. The Italian madrigalists loved to love. Especially if you are new to learning the repertoire, it is time to learn some of the musical contributions of Monteverdi, Marenzio, Gesualdo, and others. All instruments and voices; all levels.
Amo, Amas, Amat! Trip the light fantastic with love songs and related works by Josquin, Sermisy, Morley, and others. Recorders, viols, voices; intermediate to advanced.
Don't Weep. Improve your sightreading skills with hints, tricks, and practice for all. All instruments; all levels.
For the Love of God. Immerse yourself in the sacred works of Bach, Telemann, and others who expressed their love for God in some of the most beautiful music ever written. Recorders, viols, voices; hi-intermediate and up.
Honor your Partner. Dance music from bransles and pavannes to settings of English country dance melodies. Tap your toes and try some improvisation if you wish. All instruments, percussion; low-intermediate and up.
Love Lately. Love may not always last forever, but the theme stays with us! Contemporary composers have used the theme of love in swing, pop, jazz, and blues. We will play arrangements of tunes you may already know, all while exploring rhythms and part writing you won’t find in earlier music. All instruments; intermediate and up.
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not. Baroque opera depicts some of the most intricate love affairs of humans and gods alike. Explore these dramatic plots through overtures, arias, and the dance music from some of the most popular operas of the time. Recorders and viols; intermediate and up.
Love 'em Estampies: Stompin' at the Savoy, or at Ye Olde Castle. Improvising medieval estampies (monophonic dances). Recorders and viols; intermediate to advanced.
Loving All the Wrong Things. Wine and tobacco are just some of the inanimate objects of our adoration. No matter the desire, there is a tune for it! We won’t get too raunchy, but the this is not your run-of-the-mill consort experience. All instruments and voices; intermediate and up.
Marvelous Mary. You gotta love her! Explore miracles attributed to the Virgin through the marvelous monophonic songs of the Cantigas de Santa Maria. Tunes lively and lyrical. All instruments, voices, percussion; all levels.
Songs from the Song of Songs. Musical settings of the most beautiful poetry in the Bible. All soft instruments and voices; all levels.Here are the group pieces for the workshop.
4:25-5:00 Group Finale The group will play two pieces together to conclude the day. Attendees should print off a part of their choosing for each piece and bring it with them to the workshop.
1) Follow the link below to Praetorius "Ein Kindelein So Lobelich" (8 parts, double choir). We will do this primarily at 8' pitch (TBGbCb). Those who play the big big instruments, please bring and play them! People who only play soprano or alto can play at 4' pitch. Parts SATB=TBGbCb
•Lunch: There is not time to go offsite; please bring your own, or order a catered lunch (sandwich assortment, side salad, cookie), for $9. Beverages will be provided. Lunch orders must be placed by March 13.
•Marketplace/Flea Market: Bring instruments and music that you would like to sell. Faculty CD's may be available. •Accommodations: We will put you in touch with locals offering hospitality as available or send info on local motel accommodations. •Information: Jennifer Streeter, (919) 802-5586, firstname.lastname@example.org or Pat Petersen, (919) 683-9672, email@example.com •Emergency phone on day of workshop only: (919) 614-1272 (Kathy Schenley’s cell), (919) 536-8922 (Pat’s cell), (919) 802-5586 (Jennifer’s cell) •Registration: Please fill out the online registration form below. BE SURE TO CLICK THE GRAY "SUBMIT REGISTRATION" BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM!
Apply early as this workshop often fills up, and PLEASE give 2nd choices!!!
Class offerings & faculty are subject to change, depending on enrollment & class choices.
$10 discount for registrations received by March 6!!
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*Payment Address: If you do not wish to pay online but instead want to mail a check, please complete and submit this registration form online and promptly write a check made out to Triangle Recorder Society and mail it to Jennifer Streeter, 522 SE Maynard Rd, Cary, NC 27511. You are not considered registered until your check has been received.
TRS Thanks YOU!
The 2016 Spring TRS Workshop was held on Saturday, March 28. THANK YOU to all who organized, attended and taught. It was a great workshop! Click here for photos