Fantasy on themes from G. Verdi’s Traviata23.00€ tax inc.
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Wolfang Amadeus Mozart. 6 Sonatas for flute and piano vol.I KV301-306
Six Mozart sonatas for piano and violin, transcribed by Konrad Hünteler in order to offer to the flute repertoire six jewels of real elegance. A very useful tool to clarify the structure of the sonata concertante and to get better acquainted with Mozart’s style.
After studying with Aurele Nicolet and Hans-Martin Linde, Konrad Hünteler was the first flute of the Cape Town Orchestra. He has played with the Academy of Ancient Music, the English Concert, the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, the Collegium Aureum and the Coloniensis Chapel; he was also the first flute of the London Classical Players and the Franz Bruggen Orchestra. Hünteler is the artistic director of two ancient music festivals in Westphalia, the Barockfest Munster and Munsterland and the Musik an Westflischen Adelshoefen. He is a flute teacher at the Hochschule fru Musik in Munster.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzburg, 27 January 1756 - Vienna, 5 December 1791) was an Austrian musician who is universally recognized as the creation of compositions of extraordinary artistic value. Mozart is counted among the greatest geniuses in the history of music, endowed with rare and precocious talent. He began composing at the age of 5 and died at the age of thirty-five, leaving pages that profoundly influenced all the main musical genres of his era, including symphonic, sacred, chamber music and works of various kinds, so much to be defined from the Grove Dictionary as "the most universal composer in the history of Western music"