℗ 2001 BIS Records
 

Bezaly: From A To Z, Vol. 1

Sharon Bezaly

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Solo III  
1
I. quarter note = 66
Kalevi Aho; Sharon Bezaly
8:57
2
II. Presto
Kalevi Aho; Sharon Bezaly
4:09
Flute Sonata in A Minor, Wq. 132, H. 562  
3
I. Poco adagio
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Sharon Bezaly
5:06
4
II. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Sharon Bezaly
5:02
5
III. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Sharon Bezaly
4:53
6
Fantasy for Flute, Op. 89
Malcolm Arnold; Sharon Bezaly
4:30
Pastorale d'été  
7
I. Lento ad libitum
Jurriaan Andriessen; Sharon Bezaly
2:19
8
II. Allegro molto
Jurriaan Andriessen; Sharon Bezaly
0:46
9
Image for Flûte Seule, Op. 38
Eugène Bozza; Sharon Bezaly
5:13
Partita in A Minor, BWV 1013  
10
I. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Sharon Bezaly
5:20
11
II. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Sharon Bezaly
3:58
12
III. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Sharon Bezaly
5:34
13
IV. Bourrée Anglaise
Johann Sebastian Bach; Sharon Bezaly
2:43
14
Sequenza I
Luciano Berio; Sharon Bezaly
7:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:53
"... (the Partita by Bach is) the work of a master. Bezaly performs the piece superbly. There are several fine things on the CD but this is the pick of the bunch ... a release which is bound to be of great interest to flutists but which should appeal also to non-specialist listeners possessed of enquiring ears. The programme is intelligently arranged ... to present a satisfying and contrasting recital in itself. The performances are of the highest possible order and are given recorded sound to match ... a very successful start to this project."
- MusicWeb International

Israeli flutist Sharon Bezaly launched her cycle of recordings of repertoire for solo flute with this 2001 release, the series organized alphabetically by composer. On this debut installment Bezaly focuses on works by "A" and "B" composers: Kalevi Aho, Jurriaan Andriessen, Malcolm Arnold, CPE Bach, JS Bach, Luciano Berio and Eugène Bozza.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

Recording data: October 2000 at Furuby Church, Sweden
Balance engineer/Tonmeister: Ingo Petry
Producer: Robert Suff
2 Neumann TLM 50 microphones; microphone preamplifier by Didrik De Geer, Stockholm;
Genex GX 8000 MOD recorder; Stax headphones
Digital editing: Thore Brinkmann
Cover text: © Horst A. Scholz 2001
Translations: BIS (English); Arlette Lemieux-Chené (French)
Front cover photograph: © Trude Schachner
Typesetting, layout: Kyllikki & Andrew Barnett, Compact Design Ltd., Saltdean, Brighton, England
Colour origination: Jenson Studio Colour, Leeds, England

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