April 2010 Newsletter
Double Choirs: “Is that an echo I hear?”
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Come and experience the fun and challenges of playing 2 and 3 choir music. You can pretend you are in Venice, and have the pleasure of making music together. Please bring all sizes of instruments. It would be fun to do La Bergamasca with a choir of crumhorns, like the recorder orchestra did. Gambas and sackbuts are also welcome.
Our Leader for This Meeting
Rose Marie Terada is an active music educator and performer, in early and contemporary music. She teaches recorder, piano, and harpsichord privately, and teaches recorder classes for Boulder Senior Services. Rose Marie performs on recorder and harpsichord with La Belle Musique, Trio de Quattre, Tutti Musicali, Fipple Folk, and Now and Then. She is the director of the Colorado Recorder Orchestra that celebrates its fifth birthday this year. She has studied Basso Continuo Harpsichord at the Eastman School of Music with Arthur Haas. She has 26 years experience as a music educator in the public schools. She holds a BME degree from Oklahoma State University, an MME degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder and Orff-Schulwerk Certification from the University of Denver. A long-time member of the American Recorder Society, Rose Marie, a founding member, has been an active member and officer for the Boulder Chapter of the American Recorder Society and is a board member of American Recorder Teachers Association.
to update you on the status of the music library and on the possible
participation of our Chapter in a fund raising activity to support
the library. According to Mark, the library work needed to properly
preserve and log all the donated music is backed up several years.
Our donation is only one of several even larger donations. Mark
is thinking the total collection may well be the largest collection
of recorder music in the world.
Spring Salon in Colorado Springs
Springs ARS Chapter is are having their spring Salon on Saturday,
April 10 at 1:30 at the Chapel of Our Savior Episcopal Church. Part
of the program are performances by various groups in the area that
play together and the other part is "everyone sight reads from
nifty music scores." A very special invitation to our Denver
area friends. Bring your great basses and sackbuts. Refreshments
(including wine) will be served.
Bach Singing Workshop In Boulder
The Renaissance Project
is presenting a workshop on Bach's great cantata, "Gottes Zeit,"
also known as "Actus Tragicus." The workshop is open to
all Boulder area singers.
Gamba PlayDay Announced
The last PlayDay of spring for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the VdGSA will be held on Saturday 10 April at our usual location - St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Baseline, Boulder. Coached play begins at 9:15, followed at noon by a potluck or bring your own lunch and fun play afterward. Our coach will be Tamara Meredith, baroque flute and baroque viola/violin, who has performed nationally as an early music specialist. We hope you will join us for a lively session with her. Please reply directly to Ruth Harvey about your intention to come and also which insrument(s) you intend to email@example.com All early winds are welcome.
Nelson, longtime ARS member and newsletter editor will host the
Newbie session in April. Bruce, a player of many sizes of recorder,
will demonstrate his great bass recorder for those of you who have
not seen nor heard one. He will then lead music from a collection
titled “Renaissance Debut.” The arrangements in this book lend themselves
to a great many possible orchestrations, from solo to six parts
and are both lovely and easy to play. Don’t miss this special get-together.
Members in Good Standing
Jill Adams, Louise Adler, Karen Anderson, Shirley Baker, Jo Anne Barnes, Phil Belefski, Erin Bell, Jann Benson, Rebecca Beshore, Roberta Blanc, David Brock, Paul Brunson, Kitty Comstock, Bill Conklin, Virginia Cortes, Lynda Coy, Charles Dana, Keith Emerson, Mike Emptage, Barbara Fahey, Nancy Fey, Judy Fritz, Rose Mary Glista, Elaine Granata, Janet Handmaker, Patrick Heid, Chris Hollingsworth, Deborah Horner, Phil Klos, John LeVett, Joyce Lowery, Bob McCarroll, Peggy McCreary, Lisa McInnis, Judy Miller, Paul Mimlitsch, Dick Munz, Jennifer Myers, Bruce Nelson, Ruth Neubauer, Gail Nickless, Susan Osborn, Bob Pease, Margaret Peterson, Ed Pinfield, Connie Primus, Sally Pyle, Karl Reque, Justine Romero, Miriam Rosenblum, Virginia Schlieker, Mary Scott, Mary Sloan, Pat Selby, Victoria Taylor, Rosi Terada, Gerrie Vendegna, Trudy Wayne, Susan Wilcox, Ann Williams, Madeline Zanetti, Mayianne Zwahlen. If your name does not appear on this list following the month you mail your check, please contact Dick Munz.
News of the activities
and postings from area musical groups having recorder players. Check
the chapter website for a listing of all groups that we know of,
including contact information.
Recorders For Sale
Zenon Alto (maple) $100, Zenon Tenor (cherry) $140. Both in very good condition. Contact Paul Brunson, 303-451-4967, firstname.lastname@example.org
Get a Gamba!
Interested in learning
more about the Viola da Gamba? A limited number of student quality
viols are available for rental at a reasonable monthly rate. Please
call Bill Conklin at 303-455-0837 for more information.
TIME TO RENEW!
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