Playford, John
The English Dancing Master for Recorder (Flute) and Piano (second part ad lib.)
Edition no.
BA 10609
Volume / Series
Ready to Play
Newerkla, Nikolaus
Instrumentation of the work
Recorder, Flute, Piano
Language(s) of text
German, English
Product format
Performance score, Part, Anthology
Recorder (Flute), Piano (Harpsichord)
Pages / Format
24/7/7 S. - 30,0 x 23,0 cm
Beginning in 1651, John Playford released a series of dance instructions with corresponding melodies. After their initial success he named them “The Dancing Master”. Editions continued to be published up until 1728. They incorporated traditional as well as new song themes of the day with powerful and memorable Baroque melodies.
The most beautiful of these songs have been arranged here for descant or treble recorder and piano accompaniment. Included, among others, are “Newcastle”, “Black and Gray” and “Nobody’s Jigg”.
The arrangements include an optional part for a second flute.

The editor
Nikolaus Newerkla, is a cembalist, arranger and ensemble director. He founded and directs the internationally-renowned early music ensemble “Quadriga Consort”.
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