Solo Flute from A to Z, Vol 3 - Bezaly

Solo Flute from A to Z, Vol 3 - Bezaly


Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Instrumental

Brett Dean: Demons
Ernst von Dohnányi: Passacaglia
Carl-Axel Dominique: Songlines
Cécile Chaminade: Pièce romantique
Caspar Diethelm: Zodiak
Jean Donjon: Le chant du vent (from 8 Études de salon)
François Devienne: Sonata No. 4 in G major
Claude Debussy: Syrinx

Sharon Bezaly (flute)

Sharon Bezaly and her golden flute present the third instalment of this alphabetical anthology of the literature for solo flute. On the first volume Sharon Bezaly juxtaposed contemporary Finnish composer Kalevi Aho with the immortal J.S. Bach. The next instalment let the unlikely combination of Boismortier and Elliott Carter shed light on each other's music. This third volume combines several newly written pieces for solo flute with classics of the repertoire by François Devienne and Claude Debussy. (Debussy's Syrinx is simply the most haunting of all works for solo flute and has to be heard as performed by Miss Bezaly!)

The programme has been recorded in multi-channel and released as a hybrid Super Audio-CD offering the possibility of Surround Sound for those with the necessary equipment. Sharon Bezaly was recently described as 'the greatest flautist of her generation' by a reviewer in the Italian magazine Musica.

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