Händel: Sonate für Flöte & Bc HWV 367b
+Bach: Flötensonaten BWV 1031-1034
+Telemann: Sonate für Flöte & Bc F-Dur TWV 41: F4

  • Künstler: Sharon Bezaly (Flöte),Terence Charlston (Cembalo), Charles Medlam (Bass Viol)
  • Label: BIS, DDD, 2006/2007
  • Bestellnummer: 7343830
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12.8.2008

Sonate Für Flöte Und Basso Continuo H-Moll Hwv 367b

  1. 1 1. Largo Start
  2. 2 2. Vivace Start
  3. 3 3. Andante Start
  4. 4 4. Presto Start
  5. 5 5. Adagio Start
  6. 6 6. Alla breve Start
  7. 7 7. A tempo di minuet Start

Sonate Für Flöte Und Basso Continuo E-Moll Bwv 1034

  1. 8 1. Adagio ma non tanto Start
  2. 9 2. Allegro Start
  3. 10 3. Andante Start
  4. 11 4. Allegro Start

Sonate Für Flöte Und Basso Continuo A-Dur Bwv 1032 (Vervollständigt Von Terence Charleston)

  1. 12 1. Vivace Start
  2. 13 2. Largo e dolce Start
  3. 14 3. Allegro Start

Sonate Für Flöte Und Basso Continuo E-Dur Bwv 1035

  1. 15 1. Adagio ma non tanto Start
  2. 16 2. Allegro Start
  3. 17 3. Siciliano Start
  4. 18 4. Allegro assai Start

Sonate Für Flöte Und Cembalo Es-Dur Bwv 1031

  1. 19 1. Allegro moderato Start
  2. 20 2. Siciliano Start
  3. 21 3. Allegro Start

Sonate Für Flöte Und Basso Continuo F-Dur Twv 41:F4

  1. 22 1. Vivace Start
  2. 23 2. Largo Start
  3. 24 3. Allegro Start


On a number of recordings on BIS, Sharon Bezaly has demonstrated her great gifts as a flutist in a series of works ranging from the concertos written for her by renowned contemporary composers, including Sofia Gubaidulina and Kalevi Aho, to the classic staples of the flute literature such as Mozart’s concertos and flute quartets. Along the way there has been a wealth of imaginatively programmed recital discs, focussing on the great flute sonatas as well as the French flute tradition. Sharon Bezaly now visits the period in which the flute became established as a solo instrument in its own right. It was in fact only in the eighteenth century that wind players began to specialize on flute rather than oboe or recorder and composers started writing specifically for it. This disc reflects these exciting developments in musical taste with a programme of six sonatas for flute and harpsichord, with and without the support of a bass instrument. For her companions on this voyage back in time, Sharon Bezaly has chosen London Baroque members Charles Medlam and Terence Charlston. The result is a highly enjoyable disc, which marries together the golden tones of Sharon Bezaly’s flute with the stylistic expertise of two of the most experienced musicians in the field of historical performance.

EUR 8,99*

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