Notes & Reviews:
"...[Falckenhagen's] work is rooted in the baroque tradition, showing tendencies toward the galant style...The lute playing is outstanding...I especially enjoy the sound of the lute's lower register; the bass notes are unusually deep, full, and resonant compared to the lower lute register one usually hears. This appears to be the only recording of these sonatas around, but it's hard to imagine how it could be better. The sound is excellent..." -Crawford, ARG
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Works DetailsFalckenhagen, Adam : Sonatas (6) for lute, Op. 1
- Running Time: 7 min. 55 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Written: 1740