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Denis Lupachev: 20th Century Flute Sonatas

By Denis Lupachev

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By Denis Lupachev and Peter Laul. By Vyacheslav Lavrent'yevich Nagovitsin, Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953), Paul Hindemith (1895-1963), and Edison Denisov (1929-1996). Classical. CD. Naxos #8579069. Published by Naxos (NX.8579069).

Item Number: NX.8579069

Written over the course of a quarter-century, these four flute works reflect the individual approaches to the flute sonata taken by their composers. Hindemith's aim was to offer new music of buoyancy and brio, tempered by elegiac moments. Prokofiev's famous sonata has Classical formal elegance, while the sonatas of Denisov and Nagovitsyn are single movement works that explore the flute's extreme registers, as well as its dynamic contrasts and virtuosic capacities. Denis Lupachev won First Prize at the International Festival 'Virtuosi2000' (Russia) in 1993, and in 1997 received the jury's Special Prize at the Kobe International Flute Competition (Japan). In 1999, he was awarded First Prize at the 'Leonardo de Lorenzo' International Flute Competition(Italy). Lupachev gives many recitals and chamber music concerts in Russia as well as throughout Europe. Since 2016, he has organized the International Festival 'Virtuosi of the Flute' in the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg. Peter Laul was awarded First Prize in both the Bremen International Piano Competition (1997) and the Scriabin International Piano Competition in Moscow (2000). Laul has given recitals at prestigious international venues such as the halls of the St Petersburg Philharmonic and the Moscow Conservatory, the Auditorium du Louvre, Lincoln Center in New York, the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, and Suntory Hall and Opera City Concert Hall in Tokyo. He is a consummate chamber musician, who regularly partners with Maxim Vengerov, Ilya Gringolts, Valery Sokolov, Alexander Ghindin and the Borodin Quartet.

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