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Recorder31 — Day 3

Recorder31 — Day 3

Winner announcement
Congratulations to Kath Backhouse on Facebook who is the randomly-selected winner of this Recorder31 Tenor Recorder giveaway for a Triebert Tenor.
Thanks to everyone who entered and watch this space for more Recorder31 competitions, giveaways, promotions, showcases and more...
Welcome back to Recorder31!

Day 3's recorder-themed offering is this Tenor Recorder Giveaway to win one of our exclusive Triebert Tenor Recorders in Rosewood Finish worth £90!

All you have to do to enter the random draw is share/retweet our post on social media, like/follow our page and answer the following question either by DM or in the comments:

Who composed the earliest known music for the recorder with basso continuo? (Bonus points if you can name the work!)

The winner will be randomly selected and announced on Sunday 7 August, so get those answers in to avoid missing out! 

If you aren't on social media, you can still enter by signing up to our mailing list instead of following the instructions on social media and emailing your answer to alfie@earlymusicshop.com.

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Comments

Inka van der Velde - August 4, 2022

Hi, I guess this is Claudio Monteverdi with Orfeo.
The tenor will be so welcome next to my other recorders (sopranino, soprano, alto and bass).

Donna Marie Noryon - August 4, 2022

The opera was Orfeo

Donna Marie Norton - August 4, 2022

Claudio Monteverdi

Marlene Cracraft - August 4, 2022

Earliest composer was Monteverdi and piece was Genre

Lynne Briggs - August 4, 2022

Monteverdi’s Orfeo

Joseph Ojelana - August 3, 2022

Answer: Agostino Agazzari

Anke Kunz - August 3, 2022

Hello, the first known composer of works for recorder and basso continuo was Händel.
Greetings

Anke Kunz - August 3, 2022

Hello, the first known composer of works for recorder and basso continuo was Händel.
Greetings

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