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London Pro Musica Renaissance Flute Editions (selected)

This page offers a choice of London Pro Musica editions of late 15th, 16th, and early 17th -century music suitable for a renaissance flute consort. Selections have been made from the Early Music Library, Per Cantare e Sonare, Attaingnant Dance Prints, Art of the Netherlanders, English Instruments Music c1600, Renaissance Chansons, Renaissance band, and Thesaurus Musicus series. All editions are edited by the redoutable Bernard Thomas.

The selected pieces are in four parts, or more where noted, and predominantly in flat and natural modes. They mostly fit the ranges of a TTTB flute consort as written, the exceptions requiring a discant or perhaps a second bass.

Not all the music in these editions would originally have been thought suitable for flute consort, but they contain much interesting repertoire that is playable by that ensemble. Many other LPM editions could be transposed for playing on a flute consort, but those are not included in this selection.

Facsimile editions for renaissance flute consort are on another page

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