Briccialdi Bolero for flute and piano

2018 | Chamber Music | Piano

Briccialdi Bolero for flute and piano
A nice little virtuoso piece by flautist Giulio Briccialdi (1818-1881), written in 1856 on a theme from Verdi’s opera Les Vêpres siciliennes aka Giovanna di Guzman. At that time Briccialdi played the Boehm system flute, but many flutists still played on simple system flutes. Anyway, this piece works perfectly on both systems, a nice challenge, perfect finger gymnastics and a beautiful Bolero.

F. Chopin, Bolero Op.19, piano Pleyel (1854)

2018 | Piano

The first owner of this beautiful instrument, in 1854, was François Georges Hainl, who became eventually 'chef de l’Orchestre du Grand-Théâtre de Lyon'.
The restoration happened in two stages: 2017 by P. Gevaert (i.a. restrung with Paulello type 2), 2018 by C. Clarke (regarniture des marteaux, et réglage).

F. Chopin Étude Op.25/1, piano Pleyel (1854)

2018 | Piano

The first owner of this beautiful instrument, in 1854, was François Georges Hainl, 'chef de l’Orchestre du Grand-Théâtre de Lyon'.
The restoration happened in two stages: 2017 by P. Gevaert (i.a. restrung with Paulello type 2), 2018 by C. Clarke (regarniture des marteaux, et réglage).

J.N. Hummel, Sonate Op. 50

2017 | Chamber Music | Piano

Sonate pour le Pianoforte avec accompagnement de Flute ou Violon, Op. 50, Wien ca. 1810.
Anne Pustlauk, 8-keyed flute.
Toby Sermeus, fortepiano.

CPhE Bach Fantasie Wq58/7

Piano

CPhE Bach Fantasie Wq58/7, 1783.
Played by Toby Sermeus
fortepiano by Chris Maene after A. Walther, Vienna 1780.
Recorded In Antwerp, Belgium, April 6th, 2017.


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