Topic: Renaissance music arranged for modern instruments

Our music director is looking for arrangements of Renaissance music arranged for chamber groups, say starting with ww quintet to larger ensembles. Anybody know some good arrangements or places to look?
Thanks in advance- Steve

Principal bassoonist, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, A Coruña, Spain. Bassoonist, bassoon dad, bassoon husband, bassoon uncle, bassoon brother and bassoon son.

Re: Renaissance music arranged for modern instruments

Here's what I publish. Available on our website www.weaitmusic.com  DRE = Double Reed Ensemble

Lotti - Crucifixus for brass    2'05    9:0000-0441
Ammerbach - Passamezzo antico    2'40    14:3223-2000,opt.Perc (Pic, CBn) [also have a version without horns]
Lully - Marche des Mousquetaires du Roi de France 1'50 DRE:4:0202-0000; 8:0303-0000 (uses EH, opt. CBn, TD,BD)
Paisable - The Queen’s Farewell (17 winds)    2'30    17:3374-0000 (uses Pic,EH,Eb,ACl,BCl,CBCl,CBn)   
Costeley - Allons bergeres    1'20    5:1111-1000
Praetorius - La Bourrée    2'00    DRE:8:0404-0000 (uses 2EH or Obd'Am & EH)
Schutz - Bella mano veduta    2'40    5:1111-1000

Christopher Weait,
Principal bassoon, Toronto Symphony (1968 - 1985)
IDRS Honorary Member; Emeritus professor Ohio State University
www.weaitmusic.com

Re: Renaissance music arranged for modern instruments

Hello Chris, thank you, I will forward the information to our librarian,
-Steve

Principal bassoonist, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, A Coruña, Spain. Bassoonist, bassoon dad, bassoon husband, bassoon uncle, bassoon brother and bassoon son.