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Bach : Complete Flute Sonatas : Emmanuel Pahud - Trevor Pinnock - 2CDs - 2008

Bach : Complete Flute Sonatas : Emmanuel Pahud - Trevor Pinnock
Covers, Booklets, Scans | APE EAC LOG CUE | 650 MB | 2CDs | 2008
Genre: Baroque

“Pahud’s playing is always crisp and stylish, whether in virtuoso display or in more tender passages where the flute traces a line of filigree delicacy.”
The Daily Telegraph
C.P.E. Bach: Complete Flute Concertos Patrick Gallois and Toronto Camerata and Kevin Mallon

C.P.E. Bach: Complete Flute Concertos
Classical | MP3 VBR 320kbps | 2CD (89.5MB+107MB) | MediaFire

J.S. Bach - The Flute Sonatas - Nicolet, Richter (1969)  

Posted by maxand at Sept. 30, 2007
J.S. Bach - The Flute Sonatas - Nicolet, Richter (1969)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Recorded 1969 | Classical | MP3 | 160 kbps | 75 Mb | RS.com
Sonatas for Flute BWV 1020, 1030-1032, Partita for solo Flute BWV 1013
J.S. Bach - The Flute Sonatas - Preston, Pinnock, Savall

J.S. Bach - The Flute Sonatas - Preston, Pinnock, Savall
Classical-Baroque Period | FLAC | 363MB | 2CD | 1 hr. 38 min | no RS
Franсois Lazarevitch and Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien - Bach Sonatas and Partita for Flute (2014)

Franсois Lazarevitch and Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien - Bach Sonatas and Partita for Flute (2014)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:11:42 | 189 MB
Label: Alpha | Tracks: 19 | Rls.date: 2014

This album offers us an especially interesting and singular interpretation of these treasures by Bach with a rhythmic approach not lacking in swing, and backed up by a continuo featuring first-rank instrumentalists. As director of Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien, Francois Lazarevitch has enabled us to discover numerous treasures stemming from dance and folk music. For the first time on Alpha, he has recorded a solo album, devoted to Johann Sebastian Bach's Flute Sonatas. His approach to these works benefits from his experience as the conductor of an ensemble, enriched by the particularly varied musical experiments he has carried out.

Bach: Flute Sonatas - Andrea Oliva, Angela Hewitt (2013)  

Posted by peotuvave at Sept. 26, 2013
Bach: Flute Sonatas - Andrea Oliva, Angela Hewitt (2013)

Bach: Flute Sonatas - Andrea Oliva, Angela Hewitt (2013)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 311 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | Catalog Number: 67897

Fans of Angela Hewitt will be delighted to find her in chamber mode, accompanying Andrea Oliva (described as ‘one of the best flutists of his generation, a shining star in the world of the flute’ by Sir James Galway) in a programme of J S Bach’s flute sonatas (including one by his most famous and talented son, CPE). Of unfailingly remarkable quality, all these works exploit the full potential of an instrument which was only just coming into its own when they were written. Oliva’s lyricism and agility coupled with Hewitt’s musicianship—not to mention her lifelong rapport with Bach’s music—make this an album to treasure.
Andrea Oliva & Angela Hewitt - Bach Flute Sonatas (2013) [Hyperion Hi-Res 24-44,1] RE-UP

Andrea Oliva & Angela Hewitt - Bach Flute Sonatas (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 77:58 minutes | 736 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Fans of Angela Hewitt will be delighted to find her in chamber mode, accompanying Andrea Oliva (described as ‘one of the best flutists of his generation, a shining star in the world of the flute’ by Sir James Galway) in a programme of J S Bach’s flute sonatas (including one by his most famous and talented son, CPE). Of unfailingly remarkable quality, all these works exploit the full potential of an instrument which was only just coming into its own when they were written. Oliva’s lyricism and agility coupled with Hewitt’s musicianship—not to mention her lifelong rapport with Bach’s music—make this an album to treasure.
Bach C.P.E. - Complete Flute Sonatas (Barthold Kuijken, Bob van Asperen) [1993]

Bach C.P.E. - Complete Flute Sonatas (Barthold Kuijken, Bob van Asperen) [1993]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 457 MB
Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: S2K 53964 | TT: CD1:74’57; CD2:65’02

The title of this release is thoroughly misleading. The album contains nothing like the ''Complete Flute Sonatas'' of C. P. E. Bach but only those for flute with obbligato harpsichord, of which there are but five. Eleven others for flute and continuo are omitted, along with Bach's single work for unaccompanied flute. Instead, the remaining five sonatas in the programme consist of two (BWV1020 and 1031) whose authorship has long been a matter of dispute; a trio for flute, violin and bass (H578) in which the violin part has been taken over by the right hand of the keyboard; another (H543) in which a similar adjustment has been made to Bach's two differently scored originals; and a duet for violin and harpsichord (H504) in which the violin part is taken by the flute. So, you can see that the title of the album is somewhat economical with the truth, though the accompanying essay by Barthold Kuijken clarifies the position.
– Nicholas Anderson, Gramophone [5/1994]

How to Play the Flute  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MrLAG at Feb. 4, 2011
How to Play the Flute

Howard Harrison, "How to Play the Flute"
Elm Tree Books | January 1983 | ISBN: 0241108756 | 96 pages | PDF | 3 Mb

How to Play the Flute is a new kind of flute tutor. It combines over fifty carefully selected musical pieces with illustrations, diagrams, and text to give students a full, clear explanation of the basics of flute playing. Progressing in easy stages, How to Play the Flute takes one from simple melodies to the music of Bach and Scott Joplin.
Karl Richter & Münchener Bach-Orchester - Bach: Orchestral Suites, BWV 1066-1069 (1961/2002) [DD 24bit/192kHz]

Karl Richter & Münchener Bach-Orchester - Bach: Orchestral Suites, BWV 1066-1069 (1961/2002)
FLAC tracks 24bit/192kHz | Digital Booklet | 3.46GB + 5% Recovery
Studio Master, Official Digital Download, Deutsche Grammophon

Karl Richter’s recordings of Bach’s orchestral and sacred music influenced an entire generation of musicians and listeners, presenting the conductor’s unique sound and style. When Richter recorded Bach’s works, he freed them from a ponderous tradition that had mired the music in romantic sounds and idiom. Richter lightened Bach’s music, and, with an orchestra of outstanding musicians, helped bring it toward the more modern interpretations that listeners have become familiar with today. This is still a bit far from the historically-informed performances that are pretty much the norm, but there is a unity and natural originality that comes through the music in these recordings.