Otar Taktakishvili: Sonata For Flute And Piano


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Flute, Piano (FLT/PFA)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Otar Taktakishvili
Catalogue #: GS81826
This Item Earns 18 Musicroom Points

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Sonata For Flute and Piano

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Customer Rating Having first heard this Sonata on a CD called the Magic of the Russian Flute, I attempted to obtain the music.
I have since played this 3 times on recitals and met with enthusiasm each time.
It is one of those unusual pieces of music that is very forgiving of tempi.
The tempi selected on the CD for the two outer movements were in my opinion a little on the quick side and did not give the music the oportunity to reveal itself. A trait which I find becoming almost the norm among modern players who seem to be obsessed with technique rather than the communication.
These movements still made wonderful music when played at a little more relaxed tempi, especially the Allegro Scherzando which tends to bounce along very happily.
When the Scherzando changes to 2/4 time I felt this was better when slowed down a little to a Rusian dance in stead of the preserving the original tempo and accepting the dotted crotchet as a crotchet.
The slow middle movement changes it's character continuously from quite introspective moments to somewhat more strident chord structures but at no time does it reach the realms of Avante Garde, and is always listenable.
This is a work which I would highly recommend to any flautist who wishes to diversify from the normal repertoire.
It is technically demanding without being only for the virtuoso.

Michael Furmedge


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Format: Instrumental Work
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Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer

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