Presented at Studio
Bach Oboe Sonata in G minor BWV 1020
Roussel Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello Op.40
Haydn Trio for Flute, Oboe and Cello in G Hob.IV/3 London
Lutoslawski Grave: Metamorphoses for cello and piano
Haydn Symphony No.104 in D London
Arr. Salomon for flute, string quartet, double bass and piano
Bach’s Oboe Sonata contrasts bright and lively sections with serene, flowing lines. Although the piece is credited to Johann Sebastian Bach, some scholars believe it was written by his son, Carl Philipp Emanuel.
Haydn’s Trio was written when the flute was becoming popular in England. Also subtitled London, his Symphony No.104 is considered to be the crowning glory of his symphonic works.
Grave was written by Lutoslawski as a memorial for Polish musicologist Stefan Jarocinski, and opens with a quotation from Debussy’s opera Pelléas et Mélisande, on which Jarocinski was an expert. Grave features an intense dialogue between cello and piano, moving on to rhythmically vigorous sections and virtuosic lines before its spectral conclusion
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