CDs For Sale

Now in stock are the fabulous recordings from Barn Cottage Records


Fontanella Recorder Quintet – Woods So Wild

(BCR014) £12.50 (inc. postage)

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Passacaglia – Boismortier Suites and Sonatas.

(BCR001) £12.50 (inc. postage)

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Passacaglia – Dr Thomas Arne & friends – A Cheerful Collection

(BCR003) £12.50 (inc. postage)

Songs and Sonatas from London’s Pleasure Gardens
Passacaglia with Julia Gooding (soprano)Best known for the perennially popular Rule, Britannia!, Thomas Arne (1710-1778) wrote expertly for London’s theatres and pleasure gardens, serving up delightful and memorable songs and instrumental pieces. Recorded in Arne’s tercentenary year, this album presents some of his finest music, alongside works by contemporaries Abel, Geminiani and Oswald.Includes Arne’s Shakespeare songs Under the Greenwood Tree and Where the Bee Sucks, Thou Soft Flowing Avon, Trio Sonata in G major, and Geminiani’s Lady Ann Bothwel’s Lament.





Passacaglia – Telemann:Time:Travel

(BCR006) £12.50 (inc. postage)

Telemann:Time:Travel is Passacaglia’s fifth album. It presents seven brilliant trio-format chamber works by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1757) for recorder, transverse flute, voice flute, viola da gamba and harpsichord. The instruments combine in a number of different ways, with gamba and harpsichord sometimes taking solo roles. Includes works from Telemann’s collections Essercizii Musici, Sonate Metodiche and Six Concerts et Six Suites.

Annabel Knight (Flute & recorder), Reiko Ichise (viola da gamba), Robin Bigwood (harpsichord)



Feinstein Ensemble – Vivaldi Recorder Concertos & The Four Seasons

(BCR009) £12.50 (inc. postage)

Vivaldi Recorder Concertos & The Four Seasons sees the renowned UK-based Feinstein Ensemble, led by flautist Martin Feinstein, in period instrument guise for the first time on disc. The light, bright sopranino recorder concerto in C major contrasts with more serious and darker works for the alto/ treble recorder, in A minor and C minor. There’s also a fresh and exciting new take on The Four Seasons by Catherine Manson (Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and London Haydn Quartet).

Performed by Feinstein Ensemble
Martin Feinstein (Recorder), Catherine Manson (violin), Feinstein Ensemble



Bardos Band – Seson

(BCR008) £12.50 (inc. postage)

Seson is the latest release by medieval tunesmiths Bardos Band, and presents a cycle of the seasons in instrumental music and song. As well as colourful new interpretations of favourites such as Sumer is icumen in and Miri it is, there are brilliant readings of works by Dufay, Binchois, Landini and anonymous composers.

Rebecca Austen-Brown (medieval fiddle, recorder, flute, gemshorn, psaltery) Jon Banks (medieval harp, dulcimer), Sophia Brumfitt (voice)
Arngeir Hauksson (medieval lute, gittern, oud), Corrina Silvester (percussion)