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Multiplicities

Modern music for solo flute

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Nancy Ruffer

flute

Venue:

Holy Trinity Church, Weston. Herts. UK



Engineer:

David Lefeber



Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Woodwind


Contemporary

Total Time - 64:55
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BRIAN FERNEYHOUGH

1 

Superscriptio

6:07
     
 

JASON ECKARDT

2 

Multiplicities

5:12
     
 

HENRY COWELL

3 

The Universal Flute

3:29
     
 

JAMES DILLON

4 

Sgothan

14:13
     
 

CHRIS DENCH

5 

Caught Breath of Time

10:40
     
 

JAMES DILLON

6 

Diffraction

3:25
     
 

MICHAEL FINNISSY

7 

Ulpirra

6:04
     
 

MICHAEL PARKIN

8 

Elegy

6:05
     
 

SIMON HOLT

9 

Maiastra

9:40
     
 Nancy Ruffer flute


Works for solo flute by some of the most respected British composers of the present day - performed with consummate skill on a variety of instruments by the virtuoso flautist Nancy Ruffer, who has been at the forefront of contemporary flute interpretation, giving numerous first performances - including the UK premiere of Ferneyhough’s Superscriptio at the QEH - and commissioning new works from composers such as Chris Dench, Michael Finnissy and others.
 

“An ambitious survey of late twentieth century pieces for solo flute. This disc will no doubt be essential listening for flautists engaged with the contemporary music scene. The performances are as authoritative as it gets!”

Neil Horner

Music Web

“Ruffer’s playing is fastidious, impassioned and silver-tongued throughout.”

Paul Driver
 

The Sunday Times



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