Sacramento Warm-up Fugue
by Glen Shannon, 2004
An easy 4-part fugue that I composed for the Sacramento Recorder Society when I was conducting them for the first time. It targets a little bit below the average ARS chapter's playing level but offers lots of interpretive and ornamentation possibilities. The MIDI file is a bit on the slow side but still an acceptable tempo. Feel free to play it faster if you like.
by Victor Eijkhout, 2015
A trio for ATB loosely based on the Bergamasca ground bass.
Other compositions by Victor Eijkhout can be found at http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Eijkhout,_Victor
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Times After Times
by Steven A. Jent, July 2016
Occasionally when I listen to unfamiliar music I'll hear a phrase and think I know what's coming next, and then I'm surprised when the composer does something different. Sometimes this prompts me to base a composition of my own on what I was expecting to hear but didn't. The first theme for this cheerful piece of swing was suggested by the brief ditty that plays when you complete a crossword puzzle on the New York Times website.