Blockflutes 1 – Bach & Telemann
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In order to encompass the full breadth of recorder literature from the 14th century to the present day, Walter van Hauwe has founded several ensembles: 1985: “Quadro Hotteterre” for the chamber music of the 17th and 18th centuries, with Kees Boeke (recorder), Wouter Mller (violoncello), and Bob van Asperen (cembalo). Glen Wilson replaced the latter in 1986; 1971: the group “Sour Cream” for ancient and contemporary works, a recorder trio with Frans Brggen and Kees Boeke; 1979: the “Little Consort” for music of 15th 16th, and 17th centuries, with Lucia Meeuwsen (mezzosoprano), Toyohiko Satoh(lute), and Kees Boeke (viola da gamba van Hauwe himself played transverse in addition.
Jared Sacks, Walter van Hauwe
Bennebroek, The Netherlands
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He plays the opening passages of Bachs solo in such a way as to leave me literally breathless. Van Hauwe is one of the worlds leading recorder virtuosi (…)
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