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The German Flute (1824 - 1846)

Anne Pustlauk, Piet Kuijken

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Flute Sonata in E Flat Major, Op. 64  
1
I. Allegro non troppo ma con energia
Friedrich Kuhlau; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
8:45
2
II. Introduzione. Ancien air danois. Andante
Friedrich Kuhlau; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
7:02
3
III. Allegro vivace
Friedrich Kuhlau; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
9:33
Introduction & Variations, Op. 160, D. 802  
4
Introduction. Andante
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
3:07
5
Theme. Andantino
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
2:23
6
Variation 1
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
1:56
7
Variation 2
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
1:48
8
Variation 3
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
2:27
9
Variation 4
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
1:58
10
Variation 5
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
2:20
11
Variation 6
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
3:02
12
Variation 7. Allegro
Franz Schubert; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
3:27
Divertissement, Op. 13  
13
I. Allegro con fuoco (arr. for Flute and Fortepiano)
Kaspar Kummer; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
14:31
14
Adagio for Flute, WoO 7 (arr. for Flute and Fortepiano)
Anton Bernhard Fürstenau; Anne Pustlauk; Piet Kuijken
3:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:36
Anne Pustlauk performs selections by Friedrich Kuhlau, Franz Schubert, Caspar Kummer and Anton Bernhard Fürstenau on the German flute, or simple system flute, accompanied by Piet Kuijken at the fortepiano. The main difference between the German and the modern Boehm flute is in the fingerings required. Pustlauk has devoted herself to the German flute and its performance practice in the context of an artistic doctorate; the results can be heard on this recording.
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