Telemann Double Concerto

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    Default Telemann Double Concerto

    While digging around in my old sheet music, I suddenly was struck by a thought. Georg Ph. Telemann wrote an enormous amount of music for wind instruments, so what can we reuse? I have already put a conerto for 4 instruments on my web site, but what about his double concerto for transverse flute and recorder? Could that possibly be played on a soprano sax and a clarinet? Just as a recorder and a flute are "equal but different", so are a clarinet and a soprano sax.

    Here is the original version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-k_TukIjG0. The sheet music can be found here: http://imslp.org/wiki/Concerto_for_R...Georg_Philipp).
    Soprano: Yanagisawa SC9930. Alto:Yamaha YAS-875EX, YAS-62. Tenor: Yamaha YTS-82z. Baritone: Yamaha YBS-62.
    Mouthpieces: Vandoren(SAT), Phil-Tone(A), JodyJazz(AB), SopranoPlanet(S).

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    Default Re: Telemann Double Concerto

    I used to play alot of his work os his work on flute with a guitarist.
    Some versions have a continuo part so you could voice it how you want in the various woodwinds instead of a harpsichord or lute.

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