Louise initially studied music with recorder as her first instrument in the 1970’s. in 2014, she re-engaged with her musical roots and has now become an active musician playing the recorder family of instruments. She performs on both baroque and renaissance instruments, her repertoire spanning medieval, renaissance, baroque and modern music. The instruments she uses are alto, soprano, tenor and bass recorders – and the voice flute which is a recorder pitched between the alto and tenor instruments. In addition to playing solo both accompanied and unaccompanied, Louise performs with various groups including the Edinburgh Recorder Ensemble, Dollar Recorders and the Dollar Renaissance Group. She is a member of the Hillfoots Branch of the Society of Recorder Players, the Early Music Forum of Scotland and the Haddington Branch Recorder Group of the University of the Third Age.
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