Evolving through Medieval Europe, the recorder was a very popular instrument in the Renaissance and Baroque periods, featuring both as a solo and ensemble instrument. Although it did not feature much in the Classical or Romantic periods, it had a resurgence in the twentieth century, with the growing popularity of early music, and has re-claimed its place as a welcome addition to the solo concert and chamber music scenes.
Browse our sheet music, tuition books and scores today, and whether you are looking to inspire your school class, join your local Baroque wind consort, or are interested in playing solo, there is something for everyone, no matter your age or stage.
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