CDA 1676-2 Olle Långström, organ / Elivi Varga, flute: Silver Tunes - Music for flute and organ
I wanted to have a variety of works on this recording, including works by women, and to explore some lesser-known repertoire. Most of the works are by American, Swedish and French composers, and they range from Hildegard´s O eterne Deus from the 12th century to Lowell Liebermann´s Air from 2009.
Besides the Gluck, Claude Debussy´s Syrinx is the only real standard flute repertiore work on this recording. It´s a work that´s very close to me, so even though it´s probably over-played these days, I really wanted to include it here.
Kock, Erland von (1910-2009) - Silver Tunes - Dawn - Sun Dance - Twilight - Night Winds
Langlais, Jean (1907-1991) - Five Pieces - I - II - III - IV - V
Thomas, August Read (1964-) - Angel Tears - Earth Prayers
Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) - Syrinx
Liebermann, Lowell (1961-) - Air Op.106
Roman, Johan Helmlich (1694-1758) Sonata G major - I Largo - II Allegro - III Larghetto - IV Andante - V Vivace
Löfberg, Maria (1968-) Sonata - Choral
Gluck, Christoph Willibald (1714-1787) - Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits
Bingen, Hildegard von (1098-1179) Sonata - O eterne Deus