Recorders in Rochester, still playing after 50 years
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Do you remember playing recorder in school? Do you still have your recorder? In Rochester, you can learn and play the recorder with the Rochester Chapter of the American Recorder Society. They organize workshops for beginners and more advanced players and bring people together to play all different styles of music on the recorder. And they’ve been doing this for 50 years.
Listen here to chapter president Jessica Brennan and founding member Neil Seely speak about the group, and three musicians from the chapter - Neil Seely, Liz Seely, and Stephanie Chacon - play some music.
Correction: The piece "Sarabande" played by the trio is a work by composer Timothy Moore, not Thomas Moore as I stated. Apologies for any confusion. ~ Mona S.
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