Three Sonatas for Flute and Harp
|Main Performer |
|Soloists:||Irene Grafenauer, flute|
Maria Graf, harp
David Geringas, cello
|Individual Works:||Suite in C, BWV 1033 for flute and continuo|
Partita in A minor, BWV 1013 for solo flute
Sonata in E Flat, BWV 1031 for flute and harp
Suite in E flat, BWV 1006a for harp
Sonata in G minor, BWV 1020 for flute, harp and cello
|Catalog Number:||422 061-2|
|Total Playing Time:||62:30|
|Comments:||Jan Hanford said:|
Beautiful. Using harp instead of harpsichord creates an unusually gentle but rich sound. The lute/keyboard suite BWV 1006a performed on harp is extraordinary. On the flute sonatas, Grafenauser's sound is lush and delightful.
If Philips would keep their catalog in print for more than 10 minutes (except for the best-selling superstars) we'd have more of this kind of unique performance around. The 1980's were vintage years for recording and too many of those treasures are no longer available.
|Acknowledgements:||From the collection of Jan Hanford.|
|Date First Submitted:||02/09/2003|
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