Browse: Poulenc - Flute Sonata, Op. 164
This page lists all recordings of Flute Sonata, Op. 164 by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963).
Sharon Bezaly (flute)
Residentie Orkest Den Haag, Neeme Järvi
[the Nielsen] merits the supreme artistry that Shraon Bezaly brings to it, both in terms of deft, discerningly harnessed virtuosity and in her supple, sinuous shaping of the music. Neeme Jarvi... — More…
Ensemble Wien-Berlin, James Levine (piano)
If you're after a single disc sampler of the main chamber works, James Levine's collaboration with the Ensemble Wien-Berlin offers eloquent and chic accounts of the Sextet, flute and clarinet... — More…
Sharon Bezaly (flute) & Ronald Brautigam (piano)
Sharon Bezaly is rarely less than impressive. Her well-constructed programmes are performed with a mixture of virtuosity and rich tone, making her name almost a guarantee of quality. Partnered... — More…
. Marco Gaggini (pianos), . Marco Gaggini (piano), Duccio Ceccanti (violin), Matteo Fossi (piano), Vittorio Ceccanti (cello), Domenico Orlando (oboe), Andrea Zucco (bassoon), Claudia Bucchini (flute), Calogero Palermo (clarinet), Geremia Iezzi (horn), Claudia Bucchini (recorder), Jean-Luc Votano (clarinet),...
Despite the bloodthirsty context, the Huguenot psalms, motets and chansons selected here are enchanting, with unexpected turns of melody and harmony embedded in seemingly simple chordal writing...And... — More…
Pascal Rogé (piano), Jean-Philippe Collard (piano), Chantal Juillet (violin), André Cazalet (horn), Michel Portal (clarinet), Patrick Gallois (flute), Maurice Bourgue (oboe) & Amaury Wallez (bassoon)
Behind this bumper box lies the presiding genius of Pascal Rogé, whose tender whimsy and incisive wit have the measure of St Francis' bittersweet sensibility - and its deep-veined melancholy. — More…