Recorder Consort Workshop

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1. Please give your basic demographic information.
2. Please indicate your interest in playing each type of consort music on recorders.
I can't stand this!I rarely enjoy thisI sometimes enjoy thisI often enjoy thisI love this!N/A
Medieval - 12th and 13th c.
Medieval - 14th c.
Early Renaissance - 15th c.
Renaissance - 16th c.
Early Baroque - 17th c.
Baroque - 18th Century c.
Classical - Late 18th Century c.
Romantic - 19th c.
Modern - Neo Baroque
Modern - Ragtime, Swing, and Latin
Modern - Tonal
Modern - Atonal and/or Avante Garde
3. How comfortable are you playing . . .?
Hate itCan do it in a pinchFairly comfortableVery comfortableI love itN/A
Soprano in C
Alto in G
Alto in F
Tenor in C
Bassett in G
Bassett in F
Great Bass in C
Contra Bass in F
4. What is your experience using recorders with renaissance fingerings?
Never playedTried once or twicePlayed at a workshopPlay several times a yearOwn and play regularly
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5. Would you be willing to learn renaissance fingering in order to play renaissance consort music on renaissance recorders?
No, it's too confusingYes, but I am a beginner at thisYes, and I have some experienceYes, and I am fairly familiar with itYes, and I own my own renaissance instrument/s
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