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Links to other sites of interest

Rather than listing the many dozens of sites on recorder playing or early music in general, here are a few of the more useful sites for those interested in NRC. The description of each site is taken directly from the homepage in question. Please note that although the links should work, none of the sites have been checked for useability or content.

Tutors and Course suppliers

Anthony Barrett
Brian Blood
Ruth Burbidge & Recorder MusicMail
An excellent source for all types of recorder music: supplier to the Northern Recorder Course.

phone (+44) 01422 882751

Helen Hooker
Josef Manser
Ann & Steve Marshall
The Early Music Shop
the largest single source of early musical instruments worldwide

Other Recorder Courses

Justine's homepage
All of the courses and festivals in one place
Halsway Manor Recorder Orchestra Weekend

Other sites of interest

The Dolmetsch family has devoted 120 years to music, in particular ‘early music’
This is a well developed and useful resource for the recorder and its music.
Making Music
Making Music. formerly the National Federation of Music Societies, represent over 2300 voluntary music making organisations in the UK.
Manchester Recorder Orchestra
The second oldest regularly rehearsing Orchestra, formed by Dennis Bamforth after early experiments with the Recorder Orchestra format at the NRC.
NEMA - The National Early Music Association
National Early Music Association is a coordinating organisation for all concerned with early music, whether professional or amateur - performer, teacher, researcher, instrument maker, promoter or listener.
NWEMF - the North West Early Music Forum
Aims to promote interest in the study and informed performance of early music, especially Renaissance and Baroque.
Recorder Home Page
Links to articles, lists, catalogues and databases concerning all aspects of the recorder worldwide. An ideal springboard for players, students, teachers, makers and researchers alike.
This was our home recorder group; if you’re ever in Plymouth, with or without recorders, do go along and join in.
SRP - the Society of Recorder Players
For more than sixty years the Society of Recorder Players has been stimulating interest and enjoyment in the art of recorder playing.