Sonatas for flute - Heinzmann, Hoppe

Sonatas for flute - Heinzmann, Hoppe

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Classical - Chamber

Poulenc: Flute sonata
Hindemith: Flute sonata
Dutilleux: Sonatine pour Flûte et Piano
Muczynski: Sonata, Op. 14
Martin: Ballade pour Flûte et Piano

Anne-Catherine Heinzmann (Flute)
Thomas Hoppe

This SACD presents main works of the repertoire for flute and piano from the 20th century. Regarding the history of the flute this period is of particular interest since the flute underwent a remarkable revival as a solo instrument during this time. The sonatas by Henri Dutilleux and Francis Poulenc represent the impulse for this development, which originated in France. In his series of sonatas for every melody instrument, accompanied by piano, Paul Hindemith began with the flute.

Frank Martin, the mediator between the German and French traditions, created a colourfully eloquent variant of the sonata form with his Ballad. The sonata written by the American composer Robert Muczynski became the most famous example of his classicist, brilliant style.

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