Hendrik de Regt
LIT011 Partita for Solo Alto Recorder.
LIT013 Partita for Solo Tenor or Descant Recorder.
LIT014 Partita I for Recorder Consort “St. Polycarpus.” Quartet: S A T B.
LIT015 Partita II for Recorder Consort “Terpsichore.” Quartet: T T B GtB. Alternate part 4 for tenor viola da gamba.
LIT016 Partita III “Thalia” for Recorders in Three and Two Parts.
LIT020 Ave Maris Stella: Hymn I for 6 Recorders. Sextet: Coro I and Coro II.
LIT021 In Adventu Domini: Hymn II for 6 Recorders, or 3 Gemshorns and 3 Recorders. Sextet: Coro I and Coro II.
LIT022 In Nativitate Domini: Hymn III for Recorders or Gemshorns. Sextet: Coro I and Coro II.
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LIT023 Partita IV "Melpomene" for Two Alto Recorders and Two Tenor Recorders or Four Böhm Flutes ad Libitum. Quartet: A A T T or 4 flutes.
Hendrik de Regt was born in 1950 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He studied piano and organ in his native town, and theory and composition with Piet Ketting, a pupil of Willem Pijper.
De Regt composes a variety of instrumental and vocal music. His compositions stress the melodic and polyphonic lines, although always within a harmonic context, and he enjoys linking early musical forms with modern elements to create a stylistic synthesis. Thus his partitas for recorders, solo and in consorts, are a wonderful synthesis of old and new.