Duette For Flute And Oboe

Aurele Nicolet, Heinz Holliger - Antonio Salieri, Domenico Cimarosa, Carl Stamitz: Concertos for Flute And Oboe (1986)

Antonio Salieri, Domenico Cimarosa, Carl Stamitz: Concertos for Flute And Oboe (1986)
Aurèle Nicolet, flute; Heinz Holliger, oboe
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields; directed by Kenneth Sillito

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Genre: Classical | Label: Philips | # 416 359-2 | Time: 00:54:55

A cheerful little record, this, of three lightweight works played most exquisitely by very distinguished artists. In fact I am not sure that the chief distinction doesn't emanate from the orchestra: it is a while, as it happens, since I have heard the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and they seem to be playing here better than ever—sweet string tone, pure intonation, finely moulded phrasing, impeccably precise ensemble. Of the three works, the Cimarosa, written for two flutes (in which form it has several times been recorded), is the most attractive for its fluency, its melodiousness (the finale is a real charmer) and its elegant musical form; the Salieri seems by comparison rather carefully devised, though of course it has plenty of entertaining music. Carl Stamitz's piece takes itself more seriously, trying to be symphonic and taking less trouble about being tuneful—though the warm, galant slow movement makes very pleasing listening. The recorded sound is clear and true. (Stanley Sadie, Gramophone)
Alfred Schnittke - Concerto Grosso No. 1 (version for flute and oboe) / Symphony No. 9  - Cape Philharmonic, Hughes

Alfred Schnittke - Concerto Grosso No. 1 (version for flute and oboe) / Symphony No. 9 - Cape Philharmonic, Hughes
XX Century Classical | Easy CD-DA Rip | APE, IMG+CUE, NO LOG | No cover/No Booklet | 206 MB | Filesonic
Publisher: BIS - records

On this disc the reconstructed unfinished symphony No. 9 combined with Schnittke's Concerto grosso No.1. This time not in the rather well known original version, but in Schnittke's own revised version with solo parts for flute and oboe.
Written during the composer’s final years, and after Schnittke had suffered a serious stroke, the autograph score of the Symphony No. 9 was so difficult to decipher that it had to be reconstructed after the composer’s death – a painstaking process which was crowned by a first performance in 2007.
Johan Helmich Roman (1694-1758) - 12 Sonatas for Flute and B.C. -  Jed Wentz & Musica ad Rhenum (2015) {2CD Brilliant Classics}

Johan Helmich Roman (1694-1758) - 12 Sonatas for Flute and B.C. - Jed Wentz & Musica ad Rhenum (2015) {2CD Brilliant Classics}
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© 2015 Brilliant Classics | 95214
Classical / Baroque / Chamber Music / Flute

Here comes from a guy nickname as "The Handel of Sweden". Johan Helmich Roman is Baroque composer born in Stockholm. He was a violinist and oboist. He was leading figure in Swedish Royal Orchestra back then in 1720s. His most famous work happened to be a wedding compilation called "Drottningholmsmusique" a large orchestral suite for the wedding of the Crown Prince Adolf Frederick of Sweden and Louisa Ulrika of Prussia. In this CD we found 12 flute sonatas for Basso Continuo, which replaced by harpsichord and cello. The form was most famous back then for flute enthusiast as they are simple. The pieces are somehow Handellian in spirit. This CD will enrich our experience and knowledge in Baroque flute repertoire. The whole CD is given performance by flutist Jed Wentz, who happened to be American flutist born in New Brighton PA. He is expert in Baroque repertoire.
Byron Schenkman, Stephen Schultz, American Baroque - Boismortier: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord, Op. 91 (2005)

Byron Schenkman, Stephen Schultz, American Baroque - Boismortier: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord, Op. 91 (2005)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 69:13 | 395 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | Catalog: 8.553414

When contemplating the baroque period in French music in connection with the flute, it would probably be names such as Hotteterre, Blavet or Mondonville which would first come to mind. Joseph Bodin de Boismortier was something of a mass-market composer whose many works served as much to earn his keep as to supply the amateur music market with fairly playable pieces. But his six sonatas (opus 91), although in many ways conventional, do require some very good playing from both performers and are distinguished by having the harpsichord part fully notated.
Alexander Korneyev, Alexander Bakhchiev - Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord (2014)

Alexander Korneyev, Alexander Bakhchiev - Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord (2014)
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Classical | Label: Melodiya | 2014 | 01:35:17

Firma Melodiya presents recordings by Alexander Korneyev, an outstanding flutist, People's Artist of the RSFSR and laureate of the State Prize of Russia. The musician's concert repertoire was extraordinary extensive, from early baroque to contemporary composers. He made dozens of recordings released on vinyl and CD. This album features one of the gems performed by Korneyev, a peak of baroque flute – six sonatas for flute and harpsichord, and the partita for solo flute by J.S. Bach.
J.S. Bach Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor BWV 1060 (Kremer, Holliger) (2008)

J.S. Bach Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor BWV 1060 (Kremer, Holliger) (2008)
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Genre: Classical | Label: Philips
Raquele Magalhaes, Sanja Bizjak - Patchwork (Works for Flute and Piano) (2016)

Raquele Magalhaes, Sanja Bizjak - Patchwork (Works for Flute and Piano) (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 00:54:32 | 125 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Evidence Ckassics

A new record of chamber music featuring Raquele MAGALHAES on the flute, accompagnied on the piano by Sanja BIZJAK, released on the the Evidence Ckassics label, world distribution by Harmonia Mundi.These two artists have played together for the last 15 years and have acquired an authentic character and sound, appreciated by listeners, close to the text and without frills. Their repertory covers most major works for piano and flute composed by the twentieth century East European musicians: Schulhoff, Muczynski, Prokofiev, Enescu - slavonic, colourful and dancing themes.
Sharon Bezaly, Neeme Jarvi - Great Works for Flute and Orchestra (2013)

Great Works for Flute and Orchestra: Nielsen, Griffes, Reinecke, Chaminade, Tchaikovsky, Poulenc, Rimsky-Korsakov (2013)
Sharon Bezaly, flute; Residentie Orkest Den Haag, conducted by Neeme Järvi

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Genre: Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-1679 | Time: 01:09:25

The recordings on Sweden's BIS label by Israeli-born flutist Sharon Bezaly have exposed a great deal of neglected and often highly virtuosic repertory, much of its brought within reach by Bezaly's unusual circular breathing technique. She's a remarkable flutist, but it's her repertory selection that really sets her apart from the crowd. She actually throws in some chestnuts, like Cécile Chaminade's Concertino for flute and orchestra, Op. 107, this time around, but the highlight is a really nifty and unknown little work: the Flute Concert in D major, Op. 283, of Carl Reinecke, composed in 1908. Its three movements reduce Wagnerian language to a compact concerto in all kinds of ingenious ways. Sample the first movement, where the flute provides a charming pastoral element against a varying backdrop. The other works are each characteristic of their composer, even including the very early Largo and Allegro for flute and strings of Tchaikovsky.
The Sea In Spring - Japanese Music for Flute and Guitar (1999) (Susan Hoeppner, flute; Rachel Gauk, guitar)

The Sea in Spring - Japanese Music for Flute and Guitar (1999) (Susan Hoeppner, flute; Rachel Gauk, guitar)
Michio Miyagi · Teruyuki Noda · Tōru Takemitsu · Katsutoshi Nagasawa · Yoshiharu Ganryu
Haseo Sugiyama · Ryūtarō Hirota · Kōhachiro Miyata

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Genre: Classical, World Music | Label: BIS | # BIS-CD-969 | Time: 01:13:24

During the Meiji Restoration (1868-1912) a broad diffusion of Western music flowed into Japan, first in the form of military band music and. later, Protestant hymns. By 1900, recitals of piano, violin and song were quite popular. Composers like Prokofiev, and performers such as Heifetz, Kreisler and Segovia also encouraged this musical direction, which strongly followed German Romanticism and French Impressionism. The new Western repertoire found a place with the traditional Japanese music, hdgaku, and as the two traditions came in contact, a new and unique form of music emerged. One of the most fascinating developments in Japanese music was the introduction of new instruments in the south of Japan, and their metamorphosis as they migrated north via Kyoto and Tokyo. Several composers on this disc have focused on natural themes, with water being a favourite and obvious choice. The works have been chosen to give a sampling of the diversity of Japanese music, from the beautiful, traditional folk-songs to the complex and challenging multi-movement works, many of which evoke the traditional instruments, namely shakuhachi and koto.

W. A. Mozart "The Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tvr303 at Nov. 15, 2012
W. A. Mozart  "The Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major"

W. A. Mozart "The Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major"
Yuchao | English | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | 53 pages | PDF | 3.8 MB