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GEN 85517 15.1.2006
11.90 €

Max Meyer-Olbersleben (1850ó1927)  
Fantasie Sonate op. 17
Lebhaft
Ständchen
Baccanale
Julius Rietz (1812ó1877)  
Sonate in G-Moll Op. 42
Allegro moderato
Andante Poco sostenuto
Allegretto
Allegro molto
J. Francis Barnett (1837ó1916)  
Grand Sonata op. 41
Allegro
Andante con moto
Allegro vivace
   

Romantic Flute


Flute Sonatas by Max Meyer-Olbersleben,
Julius Rietz and John Francis Barnett


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The blue flute - it blows brightly on romantic summer evenings; it awakens a longing for magic; a need for a midsummer nightís dream. Of course thatís assuming you own the new Genuin CD with sonatas for flute and piano! Max Meyer Olbersleben, Julius Rietz and John Francis Barnett deliver. Donít know these composers? No problem ó just imagine a Caspar-David Friedrich painting or a fairy tale by a famous German Romantic.The blue flute - it blows brightly on romantic summer evenings; it awakens a longing for magic; a need for a midsummer nightís dream. Of course thatís assuming you own the new Genuin CD with sonatas for flute and piano! Max Meyer Olbersleben, Julius Rietz and John Francis Barnett deliver. Donít know these composers? No problem ó just imagine a Caspar-David Friedrich painting or a fairy tale by a famous German Romantic poet. Then youíll be approaching the way the music sounds on this release. The performances here by Hans-Udo Heinzmann (flute) and Elisaveta Blumina (piano) are truly inspired and technically world-class, transporting listeners to a world of dark forests and majestic heights, where your breath is taken away. Grab a collection of MŲrike poems, pour a glass of red wine, lean back and press Play!

Fanfare
"absolutely gorgeous"
Review on the magazine Fanfare by Ronald E. Grames, 8 May 2015