Borrowed, Not Stolen…

Caroline Eidsten Dahl, Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet

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Borrowed, Not Stolen is the debut album from the Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet.  In the video below, the quartet members describe how they met and formed – and how they used crowdfunding to bring this album to you. This Lawo Classics album is exclusively available in Stereo DSD and DXD from NativeDSD Music.

When four friends create an ensemble where their biggest love is playing Baroque music on recorders, one has to get creative. There is a serious lack of original Baroque repertoire for this combination, and that’s how ‘Borrowed, not Stolen…’ was brought into being.

The Woodpeckers’ journey began 17 years ago while they were all living in Stockholm. Bach’s wonderful ‘Art of Fugue’ being an integral part of the programming in their first concerts. The idea has developed over the years into the format that you find on this recording.

They have ‘borrowed’ music of all kinds and turned it into their own: some arrangements came into being through improvising and playing around in rehearsals, while others were commissioned by them, and some were already in existence and too good to leave out or tamper with. Despite their wanderings in life, the four of them are still deeply rooted in their childhood traditions stemming from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Ireland, and some of their favourite folk tunes, many of which date from the Baroque era or even earlier, appear on this album, alongside works by Bach, Telemann and Vivaldi.

This recording has been made possible with support from Arts Council Norway – The Audio and Visual Fund, Dansk Musiker Forbund, Solistforeningen AF 1921 and Crowdfunding via Indegogo

Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet
Pernille Petersen
Caroline Eidsten Dahl
Katarina Widell
Kate Hearne

Tracklist

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1.
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus I
04:09
2.
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus VII, per Augemntationem et Diminutionem
03:30
3.
Schottis från Haverö, Swedish Folk Tune (Arr. Göran Månsson / Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet)
01:25
4.
Värmlandsvisan, Swedish folk tune (Arr. Fredrik Österling)
03:58
5.
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus IX, alla Duodecima
02:34
6.
Concerto in Bb Major 'Il Corneto da Posta', RV 363: I. Allegro
02:49
7.
Concerto in Bb Major 'Il Corneto da Posta', RV 363: II. Largo
02:26
8.
Concerto in Bb Major 'Il Corneto da Posta', RV 363: III. Allegro
02:22
9.
Concerto in G Major, TWV 40.210 (Arr. Andrea Bornstein): Largo e staccato
02:18
10.
Concerto in G Major, TWV 40.210 (Arr. Andrea Bornstein): Allegro
01:35
11.
Concerto in G Major, TWV 40.210 (Arr. Andrea Bornstein): Adagio
00:57
12.
Concerto in G Major, TWV 40.210 (Arr. Andrea Bornstein): Vivace
01:44
13.
Gamle Guro, Norwegian folk tune (Arr. Woodpeckers Recorder Quartet)
01:45
14.
Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080: Fuga a 3 soggetti
08:43
15.
Turlough Óg Mc Donough (Arr. Kate Hearne)
04:25
16.
Tabhair dom do Lámh (Arr. Fredrik Österling)
02:54
17.
Coxetown, Scottish folk tune (Arr. Kate Hearne)
02:15
18.
Chrysillis, du mit Verdens Guld, Danish folk tune (Arr. Pernille Petersen)
03:46
19.
Mikkel’s Journey (Fantasy by Pernille Petersen upon variations of 'Fætter Mikkel')
04:47
20.
Hønsefødder og gulerødder, Danish folk tune (Arr. Pernille Petersen)
01:50
21.
Concerto in C Major, RV 443 (Arr. Bertho Driever): I. Allegro
04:17
22.
Concerto in C Major, RV 443 (Arr. Bertho Driever): II. Largo
04:32
23.
Concerto in C Major, RV 443 (Arr. Bertho Driever)
03:17

Total time: 01:12:18

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LWC1261

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Financial Support

This recording has been made possible with support from Arts Council Norway – The Audio and Visual Fund, Dansk Musiker Forbund, Solistforeningen AF 1921 and Crowdfunding via Indegogo

Mastering Engineer

Thomas Wolden

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Producer

Vegard Landaas

Recording Engineer

Thomas Wolden

Recording Location

Recorded in Jar Church in Baerum on March 29-31, 2022

Release DateJune 9, 2023

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