(New Release!) Seven Flute Sonatas by King Frederick “The Great” of Prussia

Album coverWorld Premiere Recording (Hungaroton Classic, HCD 32698)Recorded in the historic royal music room of King Frederick II “the Great” (1712–86), Sanssouci Palace, Potsdam, Germany

Sonata no. 126 in A minor for flute and basso continuo (Spitta no. 21) [audio:http://www.baroqueflutist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Amin_mvt1_clip.mp3|titles=1. Recitativo – Adagio – Recitativo]

Sonata no. 146 in C major for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 40) [audio:http://www.baroqueflutist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/C-major_mvt1_clip-1.mp3|titles=1. Grave e sostenuto]
Sonata no. 182 in B-flat major for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 76)
Sonata no. 184 in G minor for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 78)
Sonata no. 189 in B minor for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 83)
Sonata no. 261 in F major for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 118) [audio:http://www.baroqueflutist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/F-major_mvt2_clip.mp3|titles=2. Staccato-Allegro di molto]
Sonata no. 214 in D minor for flute and basso continuo (Sp. no. 107)

Mary Oleskiewicz, baroque transverse flute after J. J. Quantz, a′ = 385 Hz
Balász Máté, violoncello after Stradivarius
David Schulenberg, fortepiano after Gottfried Silbermann

Artistic Director: Mary Oleskiewicz
Released  November 2011

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