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GEN 86070
EAN: 4260036250701
18.90 €

C. H. Graun (1704-1759)  
Sonata in G major
J. G. Müthel (1728-1788)  
Sonata in D major
J. G. Müthel (1728-1788)  
Minuetto and Variations
C. Ph. E. Bach (1714-1788)  
Hamburg Sonata Wq. 13
J. Bodin de Boismortier (1691-1755)  
Suite de Pièces
F. Couperin (1668-1733)  
Le Rossignol en Amour
J. Donjon (1839-1912)  
J.-Ph. Rameau (1683-1764)  
Le Rappel des Oiseaux
C. Debussy (1862-1918)  
F. Couperin (1668-1733)  
Concert Royal III


Virtuoso Music for Flute and Harpsichord

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The Flute Concert in Sanssouci is probably a familiar painting to most art and music lovers. If you ask who the painter was, you’ll probably get puzzled looks in return. Should you have the temerity to ask what music Frederick the Great happens to be playing, you’ll probably get no response to that either—flute music by Graun and Müthel isn’t exactly what you would call mainstream repertoire for classical music lovers—something which could be said of de Boismortier and Donjon’s music as well. All the better that Ensemble Obligat is now releasing a further disc of courtly music after its debut recording with Genuin. And, compared to the contemporaries of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Francois Couperin, we have the advantage of not having to travel all that far to hear the wonderful music of our neighboring country. For Imme-Jeanne Klett (flute) and Anke Dennert (harpsichord) have recorded highly refined, gentle, and virtuoso music which originated in both courts—in Sanssouci and Versailles. Delicacies from two countries served on a (spinning) silver platter.

Imme-Jeanne Klett - Flute
Anke Dennert - Harpsichord

Read the review published by Early Music Today