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2010 CD

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National Youth Recorder Sinfonia conducted by Chris Orton & Colin Touchin
[1] The Earle of Oxforde's March - William Byrd (1540-1623) arr. Dennis Bamforth
[2] Phil the Fluter’s Ball - William Percy French (1854-1920) arr. Maurice Bale

National Youth Training Ensemble conducted by Ross Winters & Helen Hooker
[3] The Rigs of Time (A Norfolk Notebook) - arr. Paul Clark
[4] Czakan (Seven Flute Dances) - Hans Ulrich Staeps (1909-1988)

National Youth Recorder Orchestra conducted by Colin Touchin
[5]-[9] Holberg Suite - Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) arr. John Hawkes
[5] Prelude [6] Sarabande [7] Gavotte & Musette [8] Air [9] Rigaudon

Full Ensemble conducted by Colin Touchin
[10] The Amber Road - Colin Touchin (b.1953) (world premiere)
Soloists: Helen Hooker, Ross Winters, Chris Orton & Eileen Silcocks

National Youth Recorder Orchestra conducted by Colin Touchin
[11]-[13] Concerto in D minor, Op.3 No.10 - Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Originally in B minor for 4 violins, transcribed by Saskia Coolen and Yvonne Hogt for 4 treble recorders and recorder orchestra
[11] Allegro [12] Largo [13] Allegro
Soloists: Chris Orton, Ross Winters, Eileen Silcocks & Helen Hooker

BlockWork directed by Ross Winters
[14]-[15] Pavan and Galliard in 6 parts - William Byrd (1540-1623)
[16]-[19] Berliner Sonata - Hans Ulrich Staeps (1909-1988)
[16] energetic crotchets [17] with amiable movement [18] slow minims, streamlined [19] as fast as possible, and dry

Full Ensemble
[20]-[22] North Sea Sketches - Alan Bullard (b.1947)
[20] In Harbour [21] Lament [22] Ocean Waves
(commissioned by the Suffolk Branch of the Society of Recorder Players for the 2010 National Festival)

Recorded at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, on 31 July 2010

Recording & post-production: Mike Skeet
Final mastering: Paul Arden-Taylor
Photos: Paul Medley
Artwork layout: Paul Medley
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