The Baroque Era

This era has so much great music that it is difficult to choose. Possible themes within "Baroque" might be "Baroque Dance Music", "Just Choral Works - Minus Voice!", "Sacred Baroque Music" or conversely, "Secular Baroque Music". A good general title might be "Go For Baroque". And to highlight the king of composers, try "Can't Beat Bach!". Perhaps a variety of Bach's children could even make guest appearances!


Allegro Maestoso, Handel/arr. Linda Badami (I-II, FC-80)

Anna Magdalena Notebook, J.S. Bach/arr. Amy Rice-Young (II, FC-12)

Aria “Hark Now! The Gentle Flutes in Chorus”, J.S. Bach/arr. Martha Rearick (III, FC-68)

Aria and Chorale from Cantata BWV 140 “Sleepers Wake”, J.S. Bach/arr. Bruce Behnke (III, FC-49)

Aria from Cantata BWV 25, J.S. Bach/arr. Martha Rearick (III, FC-08)

Arioso, J.S. Bach/arr. Russell Howland/Janette Erickson (I+, FC-157)

Bourree, J.S. Bach/arr. Amy Rice-Young (III, FC-01)

Concerto Grosso, Op. 6, No. 8, Corelli/arr. Kenley Inglefield (IV, FC-24)

Concerto La Primavera (Spring), Vivaldi/arr. Bruce Behnke (IV, FC-20)

Credo, J.S. Bach/arr. Carol Warner (III, FC-17)

Il Cardellino, Vivaldi/arr. Victoria Jicha (III, FC-804)

Nun Danket Alle Gott, Pachelbel/arr. Kathy Farmer (III, FC-295)

Prelude and Fugue in E Minor, J.S. Bach/arr. Robert K. Webb (III, FC-91) 

Royal Fireworks Suite, Volume I, Handel/arr. Nora Kile (II-III, FC-95) 

Royal Fireworks Suite, Volume II, Handel/arr. Nora Kile (II-III, FC-96) 

Sinfonia and Chorale, J.S. Bach/arr. Bruce Behnke (III, FC-10)

Sinfonia (from “Non sa che sia dolore"), J.S. Bach/arr. Robert K. Webb (II+, FC-106)

Suite in C (Flute Clock Pieces), Handel/arr. Thomas Kuras (III, FC-116)

Symphony No. 1, Boyce/arr. Bruce Behnke (III, FC-11)

Symphony No. 4, Boyce/arr. Martin Melicharek (III, FC-184)