Hotteterre 48 Preludes-Treble Recorder, Flute or Oboe-Schott
Hotteterre 48 Preludes-Treble Recorder, Flute or Oboe-Schott Jacques-Martin Hotteterre (1674-1763) was a French composer and flautist who composed a vast number of works for flute. As well as being a talented flute player, he also played the bassoon, oboe, and musette and was a celebrated teacher. Hotteterre was also well known for writing the ‘one method for the transverse flute, recorder, and oboe and L’Art de préluder sur la flûte traversière which was Europe’s first flute manual. Between 1698–1700, Hotteterre was employed by Prince Francesco Ruspoli in Rome. He later became a musician to the King of France in 1717.
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