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Andrea Oliva & Angela Hewitt - Bach - Flute Sonatas (2013) 320 Kbps

6-11-2015, 15:14
Music | Classical Music

Title: Bach - Flute Sonatas
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Hyperion
Genre: Classical
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 01:17:48
Total Size: 196 Mb


Flute Sonata in Es-dur, BWV 1031
01 - I. Allegro moderato
02 - II. Siciliano
03 - III. Allegro
Flute Sonata in g-moll, BWV 1020
04 - I. Allegro
05 - II. Adagio
06 - III. Allegro
Flute Sonata in C-dur, BWV 1033
07 - I. Andante
08 - II. Allegro
09 - III. Adagio
10 - IV. Menuetto I and II
Flute Sonata in e-moll, BWV 1034
11 - I. Adagio ma non tanto
12 - II. Allegro
13 - III. Andante
14 - IV. Allegro
Flute Sonata in E-dur, BWV 1035
15 - I. Adagio ma non tanto
16 - II. Allegro
17 - III. Siciliano
18 - IV. Allegro assai
Flute Sonata in h-moll, BWV 1030
19 - I. Andante
20 - II. Largo e dolce
21 - III. Presto - Allegro

Andrea Oliva, flute
Angela Hewitt, piano

While Angela Hewitt is renowned for her exquisite recordings of the solo keyboard music of JS Bach, her playing with flutist Andrea Oliva on this 2013 Hyperion release must be judged as a collaborative act. Oliva and Hewitt play Bach's flute sonatas (the three genuine sonatas and three attributions) on modern instruments, so there's no room for quibbling about the authenticity of the instrumentation. Indeed, both musicians display a fine sense of Bach's aesthetics and understanding of what sounds right, so only a grudging purist would resist their naturally appealing musicianship in favor of a clinical performance on Baroque instruments. The interpretations are straightforward and tasteful, allowing for some freedom in ornamentation but never to the point of fussiness, and the openness of expression fits well with the bright and even robust sound of the flute and the piano. This recording demonstrates the importance of putting musicality and expressive depth over the dry mechanics or historicity of playing Bach, and there is considerable pleasure to be derived from these highly artistic readings. Hyperion's sound is clear and spacious, yet close enough to give Oliva and Hewitt presence.

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