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Images / Prudence Davis, Jeffrey Crellin and Peter Lynch

  • Published by Move Records [MD3090] — 1 CD
  • Sales Availability: We expect this item to be back in stock and available for purchase on 2 Jan 2015.
  • Library Availability: This item is not available from the Australian Music Centre Library

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We expect this item to be back in stock and available for purchase on 2 Jan 2015.

Product details

Beautiful French trios, duets, and solo works for oboe, flute and guitar including Fauré's Pavane, Ravel's Pavane, Debussy's Reverie and Syrinx and traditional folk song arrangements.

 

Track Listing

Pavane arr. for Flute, Oboe and Guitar (Gabriel Faure)
Serenade in G Major for Flute and Guitar (Mauro Giuliani)
Consolazione, Romance sans Paroles (Napoleon Coste)
Les Regrets, Cantilene (Napoleon Coste)
Marche (Napoleon Coste)
Pavane pour une infante defunte arr. for Flute, Oboe and Guitar (Maurice Ravel)
Sonata III (Manuel Maria Ponce)
Syrinx (Claude Debussy)

Four Folk Songs From Somerset
O, Sally My Dear
John Barleycorn
The Brisk Young Widow
Farewell, My Dearest Nancy

Four Folk Songs From East Essex
As I Walked Out
The Lark in the Morning
Tarry Trowsers
The Lost Lady Found

Reverie arr. for Flute, Oboe and Guitar (Claude Debussy)

 

Press Quotes

“The ensemble playing is immaculate, impeccable intonation, beautiful phrasing and superb breath control by the two wind players ... recommended for those looking for calm, soothing music, full of flowing melodies and pleasing harmonies by musicians who play with warmth and sincerity.”

— Karen Lonsdale, Flute Australia

“well worth the listen ... a lovely programme of music in first rate performances makes it well worth the investment.”

— Phillip Houghton, Australian Guitar Journal

“This CD is recommended for those looking for calm, soothing music, full of flowing melodies and pleasing harmonies by musicians who play with warmth and sincerity”

— Karen Lonsdale, Flute Australia magazine


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