Claude Debussy: Sonate for flute, viola and guitar

Arranged by Andrea Förderreuther.

Score and parts 24+12+7+7 pp.  $39.95,
Presser Order number 494-02725 (EICM-41)

Rehearsal Audio CD included (generated electronically).
(Contains 9 tracks, in stereo, allowing each of the players to rehearse with the other two instruments.
The individual instrument is on the right channel, and the other two are on the left. 
By using the balance control on your playback equipment, you can fade out your own instrument and play with the other two).

The recording was made by Richard Yates, using his own guitar soundfont.
To listen to the three movements of the Sonate in this recording
(MP3 format, Stereo, flute on left channel, guitar in center, viola on right channel), 
click here:  Pastorale (1.7MB). | Interlude (1.27 MB) | Final (1.18 MB).

Front cover art work, is by Ivan d'Assof c. 1920

The Sonata for flute, viola and harp by Achille-Claude Debussy (1862-1918), was one of the last compositions of the composer (1916),  and perhaps one of the most popular works for a chamber ensemble of the last century. The original title reads as follows:

    Six Sonates / pour divers instruments / composées par / Claude Debussy / Musicien Français / la Deuxième pour Flûte, Alto et Harp. / Les Six Sonates pour divers instruments / sont offerts en hommage à Emma, Son mari / Claude Debussy.

This arrangement for Flute, viola and guitar by Andrea Förderreuther was first recorded by the TrioConBrio (Elisabeth Deinhard, flute, Andrea Förderreuther, guitar, and Carolin Kriegbaum, viola) on the Landscape, Portraits and Women CD, ANIMATO ACD6057.


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