Gary Schocker, Flutist: Bach, Handel, Telemann
|Main Performer |
|Accompaniment/Orchestra:||Dennis Helmrich, Harpsichord; Ted Hoyle, Cello; Marco Granados, Flute|
|Individual Works:||G.P. Telemann Sonata in F minor from Der Getreue Musikmeister|
G.P. Telemann Canonic Sonata No. 1 in G major
J.S. Bach Sonata, BWV 1034 (e minor)
G.F. Handel Sonata, Op. 1 nr. 11 in F major
J.S. Bach Partita, BWV 1013 (a minor)
J.S. Bach Sonata, BWV 1039 (G major) for two flutes and continuo
|Record Label:||Chesky Records|
|Catalog Number:||CD 46|
|Total Playing Time:||66:24|
|Comments:||Julie Martyn-Baker said:|
Gary Schocker is an unusually versatile musician; he is both a prolific composer and a virtuosi flutist. He is a winner of the 1985 Young Concert Artists auditions, First Prize winner of the National Flute Association, the New York Flute Club, and the East-West Artist Competitions.
Beautiful intepretations and seemingly effortless technique make this a wonderful collection of baroque music.
|Acknowledgements:||Thank you to the following for submitting this recording and for your comments:|
|Date First Submitted:||10/17/1999|
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