Mozart Flute

James Galway - Mozart: Flute Concertos (1997) (Repost)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Nov. 2, 2016
James Galway - Mozart: Flute Concertos (1997) (Repost)

James Galway - Mozart: Flute Concertos (1997)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:17:03 | 379 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: RCA Victor Red Seal | Catalog: 668256

After listening to these pieces, it is hard to believe that Mozart hated the flute, at least that what it said in the liner notes. It isn't important weather or not Mozart liked or disliked the flute. What is important is that he wrote these beautiful pieces for that instrument. The music on this disc, especially the Concerto for Flute and harp K.299, gliters with Mozart's enthusiasm and optimistic energy. Combine this with James Galway, Marisa Robles (the only harpist that I know of), and the expert Mozartean Neville Marriner, what you get is a great Mozartean experience.
Philippe Bernold & Emmanuel Ceysson - Mozart: Flute & Harp Concerto (2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Philippe Bernold & Emmanuel Ceysson - Mozart: Flute & Harp Concerto (2016)
FLAC tracks 24bit/96kHz | Digital Booklet | 909MB + 5% Recovery
Studio Master, Official Digital Download , Aparté

Philippe Bernold, mozartien de la première heure, signe un manifeste de l'amour de Mozart pour la flûte, pour le plus grand plaisir des amateurs de la Grande Musique. Le Concerto pour flûte et harpe est une des oeuvres les plus populaires de la musique classique (plus particulièrement son deuxième mouvement). Quelque 250 ans après sa création, Philippe Bernold et Emmanuel Ceysson, invités à le jouer aux quatre coins du globe, nous livrent une version inoubliable captée par les micros de Nicolas Bartholomée. Un album qui sera sans aucun doute une référence absolue.
Philippe Bernold & Emmanuel Ceysson - Mozart: Flute & Harp Concerto (2016)

Philippe Bernold & Emmanuel Ceysson - Mozart: Flute & Harp Concerto (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:55:41 | 127 MB
Label: Aparté

Philippe Bernold, mozartien de la première heure, signe un manifeste de l'amour de Mozart pour la flûte, pour le plus grand plaisir des amateurs de la Grande Musique. Le Concerto pour flûte et harpe est une des oeuvres les plus populaires de la musique classique (plus particulièrement son deuxième mouvement). Quelque 250 ans après sa création, Philippe Bernold et Emmanuel Ceysson, invités à le jouer aux quatre coins du globe, nous livrent une version inoubliable captée par les micros de Nicolas Bartholomée. Un album qui sera sans aucun doute une référence absolue.
Mozart - Flute Quartets (Barthold Kuijken, Sigiswald Kuijken, Lucy van Dael, Wieland Kuijken) (1982)

Mozart - Flute Quartets (Barthold Kuijken, Sigiswald Kuijken, Lucy van Dael, Wieland Kuijken) (1982)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Image+Cue, Log | Scans | 266 MB
Label: ACCENT | TT: 51:36

Mozart's music for flute always seems to cause a twofold reaction. On the one hand, the music is undeniably beautiful, balanced and just a little more than what could be expected from the "gallant" style. On the other hand, note-writers are at pains to point out that Mozart apparently did not like the flute as an instrument and that in the case of the Flute Quartets, two of the four have not even been proved to be genuine Mozart. I think this Accent CD makes a wonderful plea for this music despite the doubts of booklet author Pieter Andriessen. The music is taken "seriously" by the four performers, producing a stringent, but eminently lovely version, with not only Bart Kuijken in top form at the flute, but also with the three string players providing a sheer amazing amount of intelligent accompaniment in an acoustic which could hardly be more transparent and more pleasant to the ear. The age of the 1982 recording nowhere becomes apparent, the engineering is as superb as the playing - an absolutely crowning achievement within the Kuijkens' career as three of the foremost proponents of the "period performance" school.
Mozart - Flute concertos, Concerto for flute and harp - Sir James Galway

Mozart - Flute concertos, Concerto for flute and harp - Sir James Galway
APE | 1 CD | 77:05 mins | 369 MB | recorded 2004

Mozart - Flute Concertos etc - Pahud et al (1997)  

Posted by p.cedric at Nov. 25, 2006
Mozart - Flute Concertos etc - Pahud et al (1997)

Mozart - Flute Concertos etc - Pahud et al (1997)
Classical | FLAC | 311 MB | 71’06 | No cover

Mozart Flute Concertos Concerto for Flute and Harp  Music

Posted by canavarbey at Oct. 27, 2006
Mozart Flute Concertos Concerto for Flute and Harp

Conductor: Neville Marriner
Performer: James Galway, Marisa Robles
Orchestra: Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields
Audio CD (April 20, 2004)

MP3 160 kbps 44800 joint stereo: 85 MB,

Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major, K. 313 (K. 285c) Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Performed by Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields with James Galway Conducted by Neville Marriner
Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314 (K. 285d) Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Performed by Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields with James Galway Conducted by Neville Marriner
Concerto for flute, harp & orchestra in C major, K. 299 (K. 297c) Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Performed by Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields with James Galway, Marisa Robles Conducted by Neville Marriner
Mozart- La Petite Bande, Kuijken - Flute Concertos (1990)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Flute Concertos KV 313 & KV 314; Andante KV 315
Barthold Kuijken - La Petite Bande - Sigiswald Kuijken
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 195 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Deutsche Harmonia Mundi # GD77054 | Country/Year: Germany 1990
Genre: Classical | Style: Concerto, Flute
W. A. Mozart  "The Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major"

W. A. Mozart "The Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major"
Yuchao | English | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | 53 pages | PDF | 3.8 MB

Mozart's Magic Flute  Software

Posted by biory at Nov. 11, 2005

A lively introduction to Mozart's music


Who says classical music has to be stuffy? What could be more delightful (and less stuffy) than a Mozart-era zebra (powdered wig and all) playing the oboe, a mouse playing the violin, or a hippopotamus (in a feathered chapeau) playing the harp?
Mozart's Magic Flute is a lively introduction to Mozart's music and to music in general. It doesn't offer music instruction as such. It won't teach you how to read music or play a musical instrument, but it will help you develop your listening skills. You will learn to identify the four families of musical instruments (woodwind, brass, percussion, and string); recognize specific musical instruments, such as oboes, flutes, and violas; and identify musical patterns. The activities also help develop logic, critical thinking, visual and audio memory, and problem solving skills.