Concerto for Recorder, Strings and Continuo in D major (for a Sixth flute) – generally performed in C
This concerto is one of the first concertos recorder players encounter. Although originally it was published in D for a recorder in D, modern editions transpose it to C for a recorder in C hence leaving the fingerings the same as in the D version.
Full score – in D
Transcription in C, with piano reduction:
A very interesting recording (in D) but with no identification of the performers:
1st & 2nd movements:
Another unknown group from the far east: