Georg Philipp Telemann: 12 Fantasies For Solo Recorder: Treble Recorder: Score
Format : Sheet music
German baroque composer Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) was a self-taught multi-instrumentalist becoming a composer against his family's wishes. However his musical career saw him hold important positions and to this day he remains a major composer. His sublime 12 Fantasies for Flute is superbly arranged for Recorder by Jean-Claude Veilhan. Telemann composed his 12 Fantasies for solo Flute in 1732-33 in Hamburg. During this time he composed a wealth of solo instrumental music including those for Harpsichord and Violin. Veilhan's arrangement for Recorder of Telemann's12 Fantasies includes adaptions for the instrument such as key signatures and performance directions. Vailhan's rearrangement for the Recorder of Telemann's popular 12 Fantasies makes the popular genre more accessible and versatile.