Notes & Reviews:
Although he was self-taught and left-handed, Blavet played several instruments, became a brilliant bassoonist, and was the most famous flute virtuoso of the first half of the 18th century, and his first concertos and sonatas obtained immense success in Concert Spirituel. On this CD Pierlot plays a wooden flute, making us rediscover the unsuspected sound of Opus 2.
Expedition Audio Recommended
These are without question among the most attractively written, endlessly enjoyable chamber works for flute to come from the period. Elegant ornamentation, seamless mode changes and stylishly echoed phrases flow by with a characteristically French, gallant air. ... read more ...
American Record Guide, November/December 2013
The harpsichordist, Richard Siegel, plays excellently and is also heard in the background. The balance among the three players and the polish of the performance strongly recommend.
Recording information: 2002.
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Works DetailsBlavet, Michel : Sonatas (6) for flute & continuo, Op 2
- Performers: Richard Siegel (Harpsichord); Sylvia Abramowicz (Viola); Philippe Pierlot (Flute)
- Running Time: 2 min. 21 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque