Recorder/Guitar Ensemble
Sunday, August 8, 2010

I had the pleasure of playing the prelude and offertory last night at The Packinghouse in Redlands.  We played 3 pieces for the prelude:  A Hornpipe by Henry Purcell, which I arranged for 2 recorders and guitar, Playing in the Garden, and April Frolic.  For the offertory, we played an arrangement I did of How Firm a Foundation.

Unfortunately, they did not record the prelude, so I was kind of bummed about that.  But if you like, you can still view or download the offertory by clicking on the image to the left (video, 2:36, 9.1 MB).

I'm hoping to have Susan, the guitar player, come over sometime this week and record her guitar parts for Playing in the Garden and April Frolic, so I can post those on my site.

We will be performing again at the Packinghouse on Saturday, August 21st at 6:20 PM, and on Sunday August 22nd at 7:50, 9:20 & 10:50 AM.  The Packinghouse is located at 27165 San Bernardino Avenue, Redlands, CA 92374.

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:)  Thanks!
Posted by Carolyn on Wednesday, August 11, 2010
I am always amazed at your many talents. You seem to have time for so many diverse and amazing skills. Lovely songs!
Posted by Nicole Hale on Wednesday, August 11, 2010
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