treble recorder


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Noun1.treble recorder - a small fipple flute with four finger holes and two thumb holestreble recorder - a small fipple flute with four finger holes and two thumb holes
fipple flute, fipple pipe, vertical flute, recorder - a tubular wind instrument with 8 finger holes and a fipple mouthpiece
tabor pipe - a small fipple flute that is played with the left hand while the right hand is free to beat a tabor
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treble recorder

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This project "dedicated to bringing innovative, distinctive live music to small towns and villages in South Shropshire" ended its first season with a highly enjoyable jazz evening, John leading musician friends with his eloquent armoury of baritone sax, bass clarinet, and treble recorder.
He was talented musically and was a member of various choirs, enjoying church and classical music, playing the violin and treble recorder.
As well as studying French, German, Mathematics and Further Mathematics at A-Level, Sian is a talented musician, having passed grade 8 in piano, oboe and treble recorder.
Written for treble recorder and strings, the solo will be played by Pamela Thorby, who is regarded as the world's best recorder player.
But he did apparently miss Dale Higbee's suggestion ("On Playing the Baroque Treble Recorder in G Today," Galpin Society Journal 52 [1999]: 387-88) that the chamber concertos RV 92, 94, and 95 were written for the alto recorder in G.
7) In 1926, he used the treble recorder as a true solo instrument, his sons Rudolph and Carl performing Handel's F major Sonata (8) from Opus 1, originally written for recorder.
Pianists Denise Pozorski and Jill Thether and Christine Hardcastle, who plays the treble recorder, will be performing in each half and Jill will also be performing two clarinet solos in the second half.