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A Sonata in 3 movements for Flute and Piano
Publisher: Editions Max Eschig, Paris
Recordings: Flute Agréable, April Clayton, Flutist
Crystal Records CD714
Written in 1986, “on the roofs of Paris” the Sonata received its premiere at the Floral Park in Vincennes. It has since entered the flute sonata repertoire. The composer writes: “Youth’s smile, the intoxicating artistic stimulation of Paris and the endless colors of a Parisian Spring, all assisted me in writing what I consider to be my most pastoral work to date. Immersed at the time in the song literature and piano works of Debussy, Fauré, Poulenc and Duparc, I became fascinated with the idea of blending the linear compositional thinking I had learned from Bach and Brahms with the more fanciful, mosaic approach to musical structures I had found in the music of the French composers.”
Score and part available for purchase from Editions Max Eschig, Paris