Adam Walker (flute) and James Baillieu (piano) perform at the 2017 Hay Festival. CPE Bach: Flute Sonata in G, H564. Mozart: Andante, K315; Rondo, K184 Anh. Plus Schubert.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Mozart Plus, with music performed by the flautist Adam Walker and pianist James Baillieu, recorded at St Mary's Church, Hay-on-Wye, during the 2017 Hay Festival. Included in the concert is one of CPE Bach's 'Hamburg' sonatas, composed late in his career, when he could write chamber music for his own pleasure and not to order for an employer. Following this, two works by Mozart both composed between 1777 and 1780. The Andante in C may have been written as a substitute slow movement for one of the flute concertos, whereas the Rondo is a reworking of a work for violin and orchestra. The concert ends with Schubert's Introduction and Variations on one of his own songs, Trockne Blumen or Dry Flowers, and given a rich and virtuosic reworking intended for the flautist Ferdinand Bogner.
Adam Walker, flute
James Baillieu, piano
CPE Bach: Flute Sonata in G, H564 (Hamburg)
Mozart: Andante in C, K315
Mozart: Rondo in D, K184 Anh
Schubert: Introduction and Variations on Trockne Blumen, D802
Produced by Luke Whitlock.
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