Rehearsals and Concerts
2016 / 2017 General Sessions
Schedule and Location
All events will be at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, 2931 Kingston Pike, Knoxville TN 37919 unless noted otherwise.
Bring recorders, viols, serpents, crumhorns, sackbuts and any of your other favorite instruments. The meetings will be 10am-12 noon unless noted otherwise. Please remember to bring a stand and a pencil.
We are always on the lookout for new members. If you know of any places where we could post notices or if you know any recorder or viola de gamba (or crumhorn or sackbut..!) players who may not know about our group, please let Kate/Robin/Pam/Chris know so we can send them information. You could also suggest that they look at our website
Any of you who may have considered joining the national American Recorder Society
will be interested to know that they charge half price for the first year of membership. The benefits of membership include a quarterly magazine, and access to members-only section of the ARS web site, which has Members Edition sheet music, and resources for improving your playing. You can check out the website at
We look forward to playing wonderful music together!
All of the following dates are for Saturday morning, 10am-12noon at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church on Kingston Pike. Please bring a stand and a pencil to the meetings.
Fall 2016 Schedule
The fee for the fall semester is $40. You can write a check to Greater Knoxville Recorder Society or give cash to Pam. The fee is membership for the fall semester. There are no rebates for sessions you do not attend but scholarship money is available for anyone for whom full payment would be difficult... talk to Pam to arrange this.
The schedule for the monthly meetings follows, please put these dates on your calendar now:
Ann Stierli will direct in September, November and December
Robin Stone will direct in October
Music for the October session
Orlande de Lassus - Jacob Clemens non Papa - Josquin des Prez
Next Saturday I am bringing Renaissance music from the Low Country.Three of the most influential and popular composers of the era hailed from the Netherlands. All the parts are interesting. We'll also have another chance to turn on our inner metronomes and play without bar lines. Below are links to the music, and also links to hear it played. It will benefit everybody to hear these links, and those of us not confident in sight reading may want to listen and follow along with the music prior to our session. See you next week!!
Print ONLY 1st 2 pages on Missa Pangue Lingua, or you will end up with 42 pages!