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The New York Flute Club, the oldest woodwind organization in the world, celebrates its centennial with a who's who of New York's finest flutists in a program of works premiered at the Club or closely associated with it. Carol Wincenc performs the world premiere of its centennial commission, Gabriela Lena Frank's "Five Andean Improvisations." Also appearing are New York Philharmonic flutists Robert Langevin and Mindy Kaufman, Paula Robison, and innovative flutist-composer Robert Dick. Linda Chesis is soloist in Henry Brant's rarely heard "Angels and Devils" for flute and flute orchestra, which was premiered by NYFC founder Georges Barrère in 1931.
Robert Langevin, Linda Chesis, Mindy Kaufman, Paula Robison, Carol Wincenc, Robert Dick, flute
Bryan Wagorn, piano
Michael Parloff, conductor
Nancy Toff, speaker
with Kaoru Hinata, Svjetlana Kabalin, Patricia Zuber, piccolo
Judith Mendenhall, Rie Schmidt, Jayn Rosenfeld, Patricia Spencer, David Wechsler, flute
Sue Ann Kahn, Wendy Stern, alto flute
GEORGES BARRÈRE – Nocturne
BOHUSLAV MARTINU – Sonata
ELDIN BURTON – Sonatina
KATHERINE HOOVER – Kokopeli
ROBERT DICK – Flute Photosynthesis
GABRIEL FAURÉ – Morceau de concours
GABRIELA LENA FRANK – Five Andean Improvisations (world premiere – commissioned by the NYFC for the centennial)
HENRY BRANT – Angels and Devils