St Bride's: Music - Douglas MacMillan – recorders

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St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Douglas MacMillan – recorders

Friday, 21 February at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Douglas MacMillan – recorders

Jakob van Eyck

Variations on Onder de Linde groene (descant)

Anon. 14th century

Lamento di Tristan (voice flute)

Anon. c. 1730

The Bird Fancyer's Delight (sopranino)

Jakob van Eyck

Variations on the Lachrymae Pavan (descant)

Ernst Krähmer

Ranz des Vaches du Canton de Fryburg (voice flute)

Jakob van Eyck

Variations on Engels Nachtegaeltje (descant)

Bodin de Boismortier

Sixième Suite in C Joseph (treble)

Lentement - Allemande - Doucement - Minuets I and II - Gaiment

Douglas MacMillan is a recorder player, organologist, and music historian. He studied the recorder with the Dolmetsch family, and gained the degrees of DMus (RCM), DPhil (Oxon) and PhD (Surrey) for his research into the recorder and flageolet. He has contributed extensively to scholarly literature. As a player, Douglas founded the Oriana Consort in order to perform music of the Elizabethan and Baroque periods: his main performance interest lies in music of the early eighteenth century.

Douglas MacMillan is a recorder player, organologist, and music historian. He studied the recorder with the Dolmetsch family, and gained the degrees of DMus (RCM), DPhil (Oxon) and PhD (Surrey) for his research into the recorder and flageolet. He has contributed extensively to scholarly literature. As a player, Douglas founded the Oriana Consort in order to perform music of the Elizabethan and Baroque periods: his main performance interest lies in music of the early eighteenth century.