Flute Concerto Stamitz

Krzysztof Penderecki - Clarinet Concerto; Flute Concerto; Concerto Grosso No.1 (2014)

Krzysztof Penderecki - Clarinet Concerto; Flute Concerto; Concerto Grosso No.1 (2014)
The Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra, conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki
Michel Lethiec, clarinet; Łukasz Długosz, flute; Arto Noras, cello;
Bartosz Koziak, cello; Rafał Kwiatkowski, cello

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 330 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 185 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: DUX | # DUX 1186 | Time: 01:17:05

The instrumental concerto occupies a very prominent place in the music of Krzysztof Penderecki. This fact is related to the great life force exhibited by this genre in twentieth century and in contemporary music. It is stimulated by commissions from virtuosos and by audience expectations; also favourable is the composers’ flexibility in approaching the form, whose chief idea continues to be the juxtaposition of the solo instrument and the orchestra. The violin and viola works presented on this CD are not only interesting, concrete realizations of the concertare idea in Penderecki’s music, but also examples of this composer’s sonic language and style in the period of his creativity which Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski called a "time of dialogue with the regained past".
Paavo Järvi & Philharmonia Orchestra - Nielsen: Flute Concerto, Clarinet Concerto & Aladdin Suite (2017)

Paavo Järvi & Philharmonia Orchestra - Nielsen: Flute Concerto, Clarinet Concerto & Aladdin Suite
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 69:13 min | 262 MB
Label: Signum Classics | Tracks: 13 | Rls.date: 2017

Under their guest conductor Paavo Järvi, the Philharmonia Orchestra perform three characteristically fiery works by the Danish composer Carl Nielsen; the Flute and Clarinet Concertos, and the Aladdin Suite. The concerto solo parts are performed by two of the orchestra’s principal players – flautist Samuel Coles and clarinettist Mark van de Wiel.
Emily Beynon, BBC SO, Vernon Handley - John McCabe: Symphony No.4 'Of Time and the River'; Flute Concerto (1999)

John McCabe - Symphony No.4 'Of Time and the River'; Flute Concerto (1999)
Emily Beynon, flute; BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Vernon Handley

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 210 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 137 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | # CDA67089 | Time: 00:56:34

First recordings of two powerful works from the pen of one of our major composers, John McCabe, who is celebrating his sixtieth birthday this year. Of Time and the River (the title is taken from Thomas Wolfe's novel) is actually the published title of McCabe's Fourth Symphony, written in 1993/4 to a commission by the BBC. The Flute Concerto was written for James Galway in 1989/90 and he gave the first performance of it in 1990 with Michael Tilson Thomas and the London Symphony Orchestra who commissioned the work. Here it is played by the outstanding young flautist Emily Beynon in her first recording for Hyperion.

Gubaidulina – Flute Concerto, Sieben Worte  Music

Posted by p.cedric at March 13, 2008
Gubaidulina – Flute Concerto, Sieben Worte

Gubaidulina – Flute Concerto, Sieben Worte – Bezaly, Thedéen, Miki, GSO, Venzago
Contemporary | 2006 | 61'16 | FLAC+CUE | Front JPG | 205 MB

Christopher Rouse: Symphony No. 2; Flute Concerto; Phaethon (1997)  Music

Posted by Piterets at April 29, 2010
Christopher Rouse: Symphony No. 2; Flute Concerto; Phaethon (1997)

Christopher Rouse: Symphony No. 2; Flute Concerto; Phaethon (1997)
Contemporary Classical | Telarc | 1997 | 65:29 | EAC (FLAC, cue, no log) | Booklet | 284 MB
Carol Wincenc (flute), Houston Symphony, Christoph Eschenbach, conductor

"The five-movement Flute Concerto...is in part a Gaelic reverie dedicated to the composer's wife but it also embodies a response to one of those "isolated, individual tragedies which serve to sensitize us to the potential harm that man can do to his fellow." ... The composer has cited the work of the Irish singer Enya in connection with this concerto and it is certainly among the more accessible of his works: there's more clear diatonicism than rabid dissonance and plenty of quietly cathartic spiritual affirmation."

Campagnoli - Flute Concerto, Duets  Music

Posted by alekhno at Sept. 22, 2009
Campagnoli - Flute Concerto, Duets

Bartolomeo Campagnoli (1751 - 1827) - Flute Concerto, Duets for Violin & Flute
Classical | ECD-DA Extractor Rip | FLAC, CUE, NO LOG | 1 CD | Covers | 240 Mb | rs.com | 2000
I Virtuosi Italiani

Campagnoli - Violin Concerto, Flute Concerto, Sinfonia Concertante

Bartolomeo Campagnoli (1751 - 1827) - Violin Concerto, Flute Concerto, Sinfonia Concertante
Classical | ECD-DA Extractor Rip | FLAC, CUE, NO LOG | 1 CD | Covers | 330 Mb | rs.com | 2000
Orchestra di Padove e del Veneto

Penderecki – Clarinet Concerto, Flute Concerto, Agnus Dei  Music

Posted by p.cedric at March 2, 2008
Penderecki – Clarinet Concerto, Flute Concerto, Agnus Dei

Penderecki – Clarinet Concerto, Flute Concerto, Agnus Dei – Ashkenazy, Aguilar, Sinfonia Varsovia, Penderecki
Classical | 2006 | 53'39 | FLAC+CUE | Front JPG | 209 MB
Stamitz, Richter, Haydn, Gluck - Flute Concertos (Barthold Kuijken, Jeanne Lamon) [1992]

Stamitz, Richter, Haydn, Gluck - Flute Concertos (Barthold Kuijken, Jeanne Lamon) [1992]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 245 MB
Classical | Label: Sony Music | Catalog Number: 48045 | TT: 01’17"00

As Jan de Winne comments, the golden age of the transverse flute was 1740–80—though it hadn't done badly for many decades before that, no small thanks to mechanical improvements and the influential encouragement of, amongst others, Frederick the Great and prince elector Karl Theodor in Mannheim, both of whom were flautists…
– John Duarte, Gramophone
Ensemble Flatus & Enrico Casularo - Ruge: Concerto, Sinfonia, Arias and Chamber Music (2017)

Ensemble Flatus & Enrico Casularo - Ruge: Concerto, Sinfonia, Arias and Chamber Music
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 56:37 min | 252 MB
Label: Berlin Classics | Tracks: 13 | Rls.date: 2017

Filippo Ruge (1725-1767) was born in Rome, where he was a famous traverso player and a member of the prestigious Congregation of St. Cecilia. Later he settles in Paris, where he became a fashionable flautist and composer, soloist in the “Concerts spirituels”, orchestra conductor, and editor and promoter of Italian music in the French capital. In Paris he performed his own symphony “La tempête suivie du calme” (for strings and horns!), one of the most striking examples of French musical descriptivism.