Maurice Steger performs almost the entire original repertoire for the recorder and continually expands his repertoire to include forgotten or re-discovered treasures of Baroque music. He always strives to present Baroque music in the appropriate social historical context.

SOLO & ORCHESTRA

Baroque

Antonio Vivaldi

Concerti per Flautino C, C, G, D, G, RV 443, 444, 230, 312
Concerto per Flauto c, a, B flat, RV 441, 108, 375
Concerti G, G, D, RV 438, 436, 429
Concerti op. 10, 1 ‚La Tempesta di Mare’, 2 ‚La Notte’, 3 ‚Il Gardellino’, 4, 5 ‚Tutti gli instrumenti con sordini’, 6
All Concerti da camera & Concerti per molti strumenti
Double concerti with organ, oboe, flute, violin

Johann Sebastian Bach

Brandenburgische Konzerte Nr. 2, 4, 5
All Cantatas and Sinfonias
Concerto in F for harpsichord & 2 recorders, BWV 1057
Concerto in D, BWV 1053
Triple concerto in a, BWV 1044
Ouverture in b, BWV 1067
Double concerto d, c, BWV 1060

Giuseppe Sammartini

Concerti F, E flat, D

Georg Philipp Telemann

Konzerte C, F, g, g
Ouverturen a, F
Double Concertos, e with flute, a with viola da gamba, F with bassoon, B & g with recorder
Sinfonia F with viola da gamba

Georg Frederic Handel

Concertos F, B, g, B, B ‚per Flautino’ (written by A. Montanari)

Concerti after Corelli

Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata no 4 in F with ornaments by C. Pe(t)z or A. Corelli; Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 5 in g incl. The Favorite Gigg with Divisions by Sig’rs Cateni & Valentini; Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 7 in d and 8 in g/e with ornaments by P. Castrucci, Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 10 in F/G with ornaments by W. Babell, Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 11 in E/G with ornaments by C. Dubourg, Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 12 in d/g edited by F. Geminiani

Concerti Napolitani

Manuscript ‚24 Concerti per flauto’ with music by D. Sarri (Sarro), A. Scarlatti, F. Mancini, R. Valentine, F. Barbella & Concerti by F. Mele, G. Tartini and N. Fiorenza

Deutsche Blockflötenkonzerte

Concertos by Anon (Harrach Collection, in g), J. F. Fasch: Concerto in F, J. C. Schickhardt: Concerti in F and g, J. A. Scheibe: Concerto in B flat, J. C. Schultz(e): Concerto in G, C.
Graupner: Concerto in F and Ouverture in F, M. N. N. Stulick: Concerto in C, A. Montanari (attributed to Handel): Concerto in B flat for flauto piccolo

Concertos for small flutes

(English Recorder Concertos)

6 Recorder Concertos by J. Baston in G, D, G, A, D, D; 12 Concertos by R. Woodcock for one or more recorder; 6 Concertos by W. Babell in d, D, e, A, D, F & the Concerto in F after Corelli’s Sonata op. 5 no 10

Concerts francaises

J. C. Naudot: Concert in G; P. G. Buffardin: Concert in e; M. Blavet: Concert in a; M. Corrette: Concert in e

Classic

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bassoon Concerto in B flat, KV 191

 

Romantic

Anton Heberle

Concerto for recorder / csakan in G / E flat

 

Modern

Gordon Jacob

Suite for recorder and orchestra

Naoki Kitaya

(2000 – World Premiere – for Maurice Steger): Concerto for recorder and orchestra

Rodolphe Schacher

(2009 – World Premiere – for Maurice Steger): Suite for recorder and symphony orchestra

Franz Furrer-Münch

(2009 – World Premiere – for Maurice Steger): concert for recorder and chamber orchestra

Victor Fortin

(2010 – World Premiere – for Maurice Steger): Pinocchio Suite for recorder and small orchestra

Tang Jianping

(2014 – World Premiere with Chinese Traditional Orchestra): ‚Fei Ge’ (Flying Song) Solo Concerto for recorder and sinfonic orchestra

 

CHAMBER MUSIC

A varied repertoire with emphasis on Italian, English, French consisting of all original compositions and exciting rarities.

 

RECITALS

A large repertoire on demand