Hans-Martin Linde

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Hans-Martin Linde (born May 24, 1930 in Iserlohn, Germany) is a noted virtuoso flute and recorder player of (mainly) baroque and early music.

He authored a number of original and highly instructive books on the flute and recorder respectively.

  • Recorder Player Handbook (Handbuch des Blockflötenspiels, 1997)
  • Complete F recorder method
  • Complete C recorder method
  • Studies in the French clef for recorder
  • History of fipple-flutes

He then set up the Linde Consort (a baroque orchestra) and has made numerous recordings.

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