Sonatine for Flute and Piano (Op. 32) was written in 1955 by the composer Lazare Levy. It makes an excellent performance item for any recital or concert.
Lazare Levy (1882-1964) was a French virtuoso pianist and composer. He was born in Belgium to French parents, but studied Piano, counterpoint and harmony at the Paris Conservatoire. He later became a Professor there, where he taught many famous musicians including John Cage, Marcel Dupré, Henri Betti and Solomon. He was also revered as a performer, embracing new works from composers as diverse as Falla and Rachmaninov, and creating many recordings which have since come to be regarded as definitive.