January 13, 2017, 7:30 pm
Janet Beazley conducting
Janet Beazley is an accomplished performer and teacher on recorders and historical flutes. She has performed with Musica Angelica, Bach Collegium San Diego, and with her own group, Accenti. Janet received a Doctorate in Early Music Performance and a Masters in Music History from the USC Thornton School of Music, and has taught music history and early music performance at USC, UC Irvine, and Claremont Graduate University. She is in her 16th year as an instructor at UC Riverside, where she directs the Collegium Musicum and the Bluegrass & Traditional Music jam class.
Janet is also a banjoist, vocalist and songwriter with Chris Stuart & Backcountry, a nationally- and internationally-touring string band specializing in original Bluegrass and Americana music. She is a sought-after clinician at bluegrass and folk music workshops all over the US, Canada, UK, and Europe.
Here is the music that Janet has chosen for us.
German renaissance dance suite
Agostini, All’arm all’arm
Biumi, Arie de Correnti
Isaac, Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen
*Note that there are two scores for the Lutkemann fantasia. The 4th part down—normally played on tenor recorder—lies very low, with lots of low Cs, so she transposed that part for bass recorder also. We can have some basses on that part, but folks with tenors that have good low Cs are encouraged to go for it. Please print the score for the part you wish to play. If you play any line but the fourth you can use either score.
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