Meetings

Online Meetings

Due to COVID-19 meetings will be held online via Zoom, September through June on the first Saturday of every month at 2:00 pm.

For questions about Zoom or meetings in general, feel free to contact us.

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2020/2021 Schedule

Sept 11

Vicki Boeckman

OCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PDT


Canons, Grounds and Imitations

- Sans Cuer by Guillaume Machaut
- O Virgo Splendens from the Llibre Vermell
- a Ballo by the infamous Anonymous
- Two in one upon a Ground by Henry Purcell
- a Chaconne by Matthias Maute

Oct 16

Anne Timberlake

OCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PDT

Scintillating Senfl 

Learn to love the warm, eclectic music of sixteenth-century composer Ludwig Senfl, who survived a hunting accident, job loss, and the Inquisition to become one of the most influential composers of his day.

- Ego ipse 

- Im Maien homophonic version

- Im Maien polyphonic version

- Fortuna/ Ich stund

- Lust hab ich

Nov 6

Phil Neuman

SCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PDT

From Dawn to Dusk: Sketches of Love, Wine and Dance

Featuring music by Josquin des Prez, Robert Fayrfax, William Cornyshe, Orlando Gibbons, John Playford, Erik Satie and more.

The session will be led by Phil Neuman, assisted by Gayle Neuman and Laura Kuhlman, playing recorders and a variety of other early instruments.  The music will be played in real time so you can play along, interspersed with information about the music, composers, and technique advice.

1. "Si j'ay perdu" by Josquin des Prez (print out the score of your choice, SAA or TTB)
2. "I love, loved and loved wolde I be" by Robert Fayrfax
3. "Margot labourez les vignes" by Jean de Castro
4. "Fantasia 3" by Orlando Gibbons
5. "Amour ha pouvoir" by Jacques Arcadelt (print out the score of your choice, SAT or TTB)
6. "The Dawning of the Day" by Thomas Connellan
7. "Consort VII" by William Cornyshe
8. "Croquis & agaceries: Españaña" by Erik Satie (print out the part of your choice)
9. "Country Dance Suite" by John Playford (print out the part of your choice)
10. "Mr. Sandman" by Pat Ballard (print out the score of your choice, SAT or AAB)

Dec 11

Rachel Begley

N/A

SCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PST

 

Seasons Greetings

Featuring ensemble music celebrating the Holiday Season.  There's a little something for everyone: observing Advent (a period of preparation in anticipation of Christmas), Hanukkah (the Jewish Festival of Lights), Wintertime, Secular Christmas (gift-giving), and finally New Year, celebrating both endings and new beginnings.  The selections include music by Bach, Handel, and Berlin, as well as anonymous favorites, all arranged for recorder ensemble.  There are parts for soprano, alto, tenor and bass recorders, some of them easy, some of them challenging.  All of it will be fun to play, and will put you in the holiday spirit!

1. Wachet Auf warmup (1pg) A
2. Handel - See the Conqu'ring Hero Comes (5pg) ATB
3. Irving Berlin - White Christmas (4pg) ATB (C)
4. Traditional - The Twelve Days of Christmas (7pg) SATB
5. Bach - Zion hort die Wachten singen (from BWV 140) (4pg) ATB
6. Traditional - Auld Lang Syne (3pg) ATB

 

Jan 15

Sarah Cantor

SCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PST

- Arbeau - Belle qui ties ma vie
- Henry VIII - Helas Madame
- Holborne - The New Years Gift
- Josquin - Recordans da mia Signora

Feb 5

Inga Funck

SCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PST

- Mozart Larghetto and Menuetto SA
- Chedeville 2 Menuetts SA
- Courteville Largo and Vivace AA
- Mattheson Sonata IX AAA
- Scarlatti Allegro SS or TT
- Stölzel Triosonata for 2 Altos & B.C. AAB

Mar 12

Marylin Winkle

N/A

OCRS Online Zoom Meeting at 2pm PST

- Flow My Tears, John Dowland

- Arias No. 8 & 19, John Dowland

- Aire, Thomas Brewer

- Fly Not Away, Michael East

- Blow, Shepherds, Blow, Thomas Morley

- The Peaceful Western Wind, Thomas Campion

- Marian Hymn, William Byrd

- Zefiro torna, Marenzio

- Pieces by Francesca Caccini

N/A

May 7

Stephan Haas

SCRS Meeting at 2pm PST, St. Andrew's Lutheran Church

- Concerto Grosso Op6 No3, G.F. Handel
- Concerto Madrigalesco, A. Vivaldi
- Concerto VIII, A. Corelli
- Quartet, W. Boyce

Meeting Information

(physical meetings suspended until further notice due to COVID-19)

When

Meetings are held September through June on the first Saturday of every month, 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Refreshments are served during a mid-meeting break.

 

Location

St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 11555 National Blvd., Los Angeles 90064.  Map

Music

Each person is responsible for downloading the music they plan to play at the session. Alternatively, you can request that the President bring you copies of the music for an annual fee of $30.

Meeting Etiquette

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