Once upon a time

500 years of music composed for recorder consort

Recorder instruments were widely used during the Renaissance, then during the Baroque era, their manufactering have know major evolutions. Renaissance recorders are composed of various size instruments with very similar pitch, were gradually replaced by flutes with a wider pitch, giving the instrumentist a wider choice of tones, as well as an increased virtuosity.

Consort Brouillamini propose to retrace through this program the evolution that recorder have encountered among time. They will make you discover different aspects of musical practice from early times to nowadays : Renaissance dance music, baroque masterpieces transcriptions and also repetitive and experimental repertory of our time.

In this programme : works of Bach, Vivaldi, Buxtehude, Merulo, Caldini, Dowland...

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Once upon a time... for the children !

500 years of music composed for recorder consort

Pedagogical concert

The Consort Brouillamini addresses young audiences with their variation of the program Once upon a time! Head to 500 years of music for a recorder consort, from the Renaissance to nowadays, explained in a fun way and in an adapted format of 40 minutes.