Virtual Summer Concert:

Bach’s organ triosonatas for one recorder player! Like last year, I’ve put together a virtual presentation for SoHIP’s summer concert series. The organ trio sonatas of J.S. Bach are intimate, thrilling, sublime, touching, and uplifting. While they are brilliantly polyphonic, they are ultimately conceived for just a single player to perform on the organ. The […]

More music with my dad

Here are a couple more videos of my dad and me playing together. Like in the last post, I’m playing the Helder tenor and he’s playing a guitar he built. “Homeless” is a composition of my dad’s, which began life as a song; but this version has a recorder part instead of vocals. “Blackberry Blossom” […]

Helder Tenor Experimentation

Part 1: Cool feature the Helder comes with! (scroll down for Part 2: Cool feature of my own) There are lots of things I love about the Helder model, but one of them is the fact that the “roof” of the windway is interchangeable. By way of background, the channel you blow through on a […]