I noticed that some of the albums by the St Michael-le-Belfrey Choir are listed on discogs.com. I used to sing in the choir and they recorded one of my songs in 1984. I can't find the original recording, but I have added a string arrangement Remember me to the list of my music.
I have added sonatas 2 to 6 to the one by L'œillet de Gant that I put on the site recently. They are for two flutes (recorders). I have also added the score and parts for a Sanctus by J S Bach. It may not be by Bach, but seems to have been used at one of his churches. The St Michael-le Belfrey Chamber Ensemble did a concert recreating a Christmas Day service from early in Bach's career in Leipzig. We played a Christmas Day cantata Uns ist ein Kind geboren (BWV 142), congregational chorales and all the liturgical music for Christmas Day in the Lutheran Church in 1720.
I have put another piece of music from my old, defunct publishing company on the site. There is also a free recording. It is Sonata No 1 from Six Sonatas for two Flutes by Jean-Baptiste L'œillet de Gant. At least that is what it said on the original publication. There was another Jean-Baptiste Lœillet working in London at the time, cousin of Jean-Baptiste Lœillet de Gant. This has caused a degree of confusion. To add to the confusion, the picture opposite is of Jean-Baptise Lully, but it has sometimes been confused with one of the other Jean-Baptistes.
Red Note Ensemble played my new piece Three Haiku after Bashô at Noisy Nights at Summerhall in Edinburgh a couple of days ago. It is for violin, trombone and flute. There was material left over from the Six Haiku I wrote for percussion last year. It wasn't suitable for the percussion quartet as it was based too much around pitch. There was no tuned percussion in Six Haiku. I 'attended' the rehearsal on Monday via Skype. It's meant to be the way business meetings are done now, but the sound quality is not really good enough for music rehearsals. It was nevertheless great to talk to the musicians.