Solo & Orchestra as recorder player

Maurice Steger performs almost the entire original repertoire for the recorder and continually expands his repertoire to include forgotten or re-discovered treasures of Baroque music. He always strives to present Baroque music in the appropriate social historical context.


Antonio Vivaldi

Concerti per Flautino C, C, G, D, G, RV 443, 444, 230, 312
Concerto per Flauto c, a, B flat, RV 441, 108, 375
Concerti G, G, D, RV 438, 436, 429
Concerti op. 10, 1 ‚La Tempesta di Mare’, 2 ‚La Notte’, 3 ‚Il Gardellino’, 4, 5 ‚Tutti gli instrumenti con sordini’, 6
All Concerti da camera & Concerti per molti strumenti
Double concerti with organ, oboe, flute, violin

Johann Sebastian Bach

Brandenburg Concertos Nr. 2, 4, 5
All Cantatas and Sinfonias
Concerto in F for harpsichord & 2 recorders, BWV 1057
Concerto in D, BWV 1053
Triple concerto in a, BWV 1044
Ouverture in b, BWV 1067
Double concerto d, c, BWV 1060

Giuseppe Sammartini

Concerti F, E flat, D

Georg Philipp Telemann

Concertos C, F, g, g
Ouvertures a, F
Double concertos, e with flute, a with viola da gamba, F with bassoon, B flat & g with recorder
Sinfonia F with viola da gamba

Georg Frederic Handel

Concertos F, B flat, g, B flat ‚per Flautino’ (written probably by A. Montanari)

Concerti after Corelli

Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata no 4 in F with ornaments by C. Pe(t)z or A. Corelli
Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 5 in g incl. The Favorite Gigg with Divisions by Sig’rs Cateni & Valentini
Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 7 in d and 8 in g/e with ornaments by P. Castrucci
Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 10 in F/G with ornaments by W. Babell
Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 11 in E/G with embellishments by C. Dubourg
Concerto after Corelli’s Sonata No 12 in d/g La Follia, arranged for orchestra by F. Geminiani

Concerti & Sonate Coll. Harrach

Manuscript, Concerti by Anon g | Fiorenza a, f, c | Sarro a, d | Fasch F | Montanari B flat | Stulick C | Sammartini F | Vinci c, a | Piani 12 Sonatas | 26 Recorder Sonatas by Sarti, Sarro, Fiorenza, Leo, Reutter, Sammartini brothers, anon Hasse, a.o.

Concerti Napolitani

Manuscript ‚24 Concerti per flauto’ with music by D. Sarri (Sarro), A. Scarlatti, F. Mancini, R. Valentine, F. Barbella & Concerti by F. Mele, G. Tartini and N. Fiorenza

German Recorder Concertos

Concertos by Anon (Harrach Collection, in g) | J. F. Fasch: Concerto in F | J. C. Schickhardt: Concerti in F and g | J. A. Scheibe: Concerto in B flat | J. C. Schultz(e): Concerto in G, B flat | C.Graupner: Concerto in F and Ouverture in F | M. N. N. Stulick: Concerto in C | A. Montanari (attributed to Handel): Concerto in B flat for flauto piccolo

Concertos for small flutes (English Recorder Concertos)

6 Recorder Concertos by J. Baston in G, D, G, A, D, D | 12 Concertos by R. Woodcock for one or more recorder | 6 Concertos by W. Babell in d, D, e, A, D, F & the Concerto in F after Corelli’s Sonata op. 5 no 10

Concerts francaises

J. C. Naudot: Concert in G | P. G. Buffardin: Concert in e | M. Blavet: Concert in a | M. Corrette: Concert in e


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bassoon Concerto in B flat, KV 191


Anton Heberle

Concertino for recorder / csakan in G / E flat


Gordon Jacob

Suite for recorder and orchestra

Naoki Kitaya

(2000 – World Premiere – for Maurice Steger): Concerto for recorder and orchestra

Rodolphe Schacher

(2009 World Premiere for Maurice Steger): Suite for recorder and symphony orchestra
(2011 World premiere for Maurice Steger): Fairytale pictures for recorder and symphonic orchestra

Franz Furrer-MĂĽnch

(2009 World Premiere for Maurice Steger): concert for recorder and chamber orchestra

Victor Fortin

(2010 World Premiere for Maurice Steger): Pinocchio Suite for recorder and sinfonietta

Tang Jianping

(2014 – Premiere with original traditional instruments with the Taipei Chinese Traditional Orchestra): Fei Ge (Flying Song) Solo concerto for recorder and large symphonic orchestra

Toshio Hosokawa

(2011, 2015, premiere 2018) Singing Garden in Venice: Suite for baroque orchestra
(2012) Recorder Concerto


A wide repertoire with emphasis on Italian, English, French and German Baroque music, includes all original compositions as well as exciting rarities.


Maurice Steger offers a very colorful repertoire of recital programs, starting with music from the 12th century to contemporary works.

Instrumentation: It starts with duo recitals with a harpsichord, a theorbo, a harp or organ, up to larger continuo groups and mixed instrumentations with 15 musicians