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Hommage à Rampal - Devienne, Cimarosa /James & Jeanne Galway

Album Summary

>Devienne, François : Concerto for Flute no 8 in G major
>Devienne, François : Concerto for Flute no 7 in E minor
>Cimarosa, Domenico : Concerto for 2 flutes & orchestra in G major
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composers

Notes & Reviews:

"Although not as sophisticated as Mozart's flute concertos, Devienne's Nos 7 and 8 are entertaining. Galway takes full advantage of their singing melodies, striking a triumphant attitude with his shrill tone..." **** -Sherriff, BBC. Devienne's concertos are from Mozart's time; a time that did not produce much in the way of concertos for flute. The music is of high quality, and certainly, it is most enjoyable. Great playing from James and Jeanne Galway. -H&B

Notes & Reviews:

Personnel: James Galway (flute); Jeanne Galway (flute).

Recording information: Whitfield Street Studios, London, England (02/15/1999-02/17/1999).



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Works Details

>François Devienne (Composer) (1759 - 1803) : Concerto for Flute no 8 in G major
  • Performers: James Galway (Flute); London Players
  • Conductor: James Galway
  • Ensemble: London Mozart Players
  • Notes: Whitfield Street Studios, London, England (02/15/1999-02/17/1999)
  • Running Time: 16 min. 38 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: 1794

>François Devienne (Composer) (1759 - 1803) : Concerto for Flute no 7 in E minor
  • Performers: James Galway (Flute); London Players
  • Conductor: James Galway
  • Ensemble: London Mozart Players
  • Notes: Whitfield Street Studios, London, England (02/15/1999-02/17/1999)
  • Running Time: 18 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: circa 1787

>Cimarosa, Domenico : Concerto for 2 flutes & orchestra in G major
  • Performers: James Galway (Flute); Jeanne Galway (Flute); London Players
  • Conductor: James Galway
  • Ensemble: London Mozart Players
  • Notes: Whitfield Street Studios, London, England (02/15/1999-02/17/1999)
  • Running Time: 17 min. 21 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: 1793