Publications

Douglas published his book 'The Recorder in the Nineteenth Century' in 2008 (available from www.recordermail.co.uk). 

 

He has contributed articles and reviews to scholarly journals and to the second edition of The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments.

2015

‘The Fife and Piccolo 1660–1800'
Pan, XXXIV/4, (2015), pp.34–38.


‘Baroque Recorders in the Nineteenth Century’
Galpin Society Journal, LXVIII (2015), pp.215-219.

2014

‘The Double Flageolet' 
Liranimus, III, (2014), pp.61–74.

 

‘Ingenuity and Practicality in the Double Flageolet: Two Rare Twin-bore Double Flageolets Compared  and Contrasted’

 Galpin Society Journal, LXVII, (2014), pp.231–235.

‘A Curious Pair of Flageolets’

Galpin Society Newsletter, XXXX (2014), pp.8–10.

'The English Flageolet Abroad' 

 Galpin Society Newsletter, XXXVIII, (2014), pp.4–8.

 

2012

‘The Bass Recorder – a Continuo Instrument?’
The Recorder Magazine, XXXII (4), 2012, pp.134–136.


‘A Controversial Tenor Recorder’
Galpin Society Journal, LXV, (2012), pp.197–199.

2011
‘Transverse or Vertical? Nineteenth-century Fipple Flutes’
Flute, xxx (1),(2011), pp.33–37.

 

‘The English Flageolet, 1800-1900’
Early Music, XXXVIII (4), (2010), pp.559–570.


2008

‘Arnold Dolmetsch and the Recorder Revival’
The Consort, LXIII, (2007), pp.90–104.

2007

‘An Organological Overview of the Recorder 1800-1905’
Galpin Society Journal, LX, (2007), pp.191–202.

‘The History of the Recorder 1800-1905’
Music, Images, Instruments, (2007), pp.181–192.

2006

‘The Small Flute Concerto in 18th.-century England’
The Consort ,LXII, (2006), pp.91–106.

2003

‘The Recorder in the Nineteenth Century’
American Recorder,XLIV (5), (2003), pp.16–18.

1985

‘A New Concerto, compos’d by Mr. Woodcock’
The Recorder and Music Magazine, VIII (6), (1985), pp.180–181.

1983

'The Recorder in the late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth Centuries’
The Consort, XXXIX, (1983), pp.489–497.

1978

'The Mysterious Cornamuse’
Early Music, VI (1), (1978), pp.75–77.

1974

‘The Crumhorn – an Historical Survey’
The Consort, XXX, (1974), pp.63–66.

Military Fife (London)

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