Hotteterre, J :: Echos

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  • Composer
    Hotteterre, J
  • Instrumentation
    Penny (Tin) Whistle, Fife, Recorder
  • Publisher
    Edition Schott [ED11631]
  • Editor
    Bergmann, Walter (arr)
  • Orchestration
    rec; fl
  • Includes CD
    No
  • Classification
    Not Applicable
  • Genre
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Echos
Hotteterre, J

Schott's edition of 'Echos' by Jacques Hotteterre Le Romain is arranged by Walter Bergmann. Written originally for recorder, this piece may be performed on flute as well; it is considered an intermediate level solo.

Jacques Hotteterre, in full Jacques-martin Hotteterre, byname 'Le Romain' (1674-1763) was a French musician, teacher, and musical-instrument maker. Hotteterre was descended from a distinguished family of woodwind-makers and performers. His nickname, 'le Romain' ('the Roman'), is presumed to be the result of a journey to Italy. By 1708 Hotteterre was a bassoonist (or bass oboist) in the Grande Ecurie, a renowned ensemble. Besides performing on various woodwinds, he taught their use to wealthy amateurs, and he himself constructed flutes and musettes.

- The Editors of Enyclopaedia Britannica

  • Composer
    Hotteterre, J
  • Instrumentation
    Penny (Tin) Whistle, Fife, Recorder
  • Publisher
    Edition Schott [ED11631]
  • Editor
    Bergmann, Walter (arr)
  • Orchestration
    rec; fl
  • Includes CD
    No
  • Classification
    Not Applicable
  • Genre
    Undefined
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