Laurel Zucker and Sara Andon | The Mozart Flute Duos, Opus 75 No. 1-6

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The Mozart Flute Duos, Opus 75 No. 1-6

by Laurel Zucker and Sara Andon

W.A. Mozart Flute Duos are lovely, upbeat and charming. Larel Zucker and Sara Andon bring out the best and brightest melodies.
Genre: Classical: Mozart
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1. Mozart Flute Duo No. 4- Allegro Vivace
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2. Duo No. 4-andante Con Variazioni
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3. Duo No. 4- Menuetto Un Poco Allegro
5:56 $1.99
4. Mozart Duo No. 5-allegro
6:08 $1.99
5. Duo No. 5- Allegro Vivace
5:42 $1.99
6. Mozart Flute Duo No. 6- Allegro
5:52 $1.99
7. Duo No. 6 Allegretto
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8. Mozart Flute Duo No. 1-allegro Maestoso
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9. Duo No. 1-rondo-allegro Spiritoso
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10. Mozart Duo No. 2-allegretto Grazioso
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11. Duo No. 2-andante Con Variazioni
5:05 $1.99
12. Duo No. 2- Allegretto Scherzetto
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13. Mozart Duo No. 3 -Largo-allegro
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14. Duo No. 3-rondo-allegretto Con Moto
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Album Notes
ONLY RECORDING AVAILABLE TODAY!!Laurel Zucker and Sara Andon present the only recording available of the Mozart Flute Duos, K156 and 157, Opus 75.

W.A. Mozart Flute Duos Opus 75
Mozart did not compose a great deal for flute in terms of chamber music or flute concertos. Most of his compositions were not published until after his death. The Flute Duos, opus 75, are listed in the Koechel Catalogue as K. Anhang(appendix) 156 & 157. The Koechel Catalogue also states that all six duets in two volumes (heard on this CD) were originally published in 1799 by Andres in Offenbach, Germany, a town outside of Frankfurt. No arranger is listed. The second publication of these flute duos was in 1800 by Simrock in Bonn. The third publication of the Mozart Flute Duos was around 1880 by Zimmermann in Liepzig. It is possible that Johann Christian Strumpf might have been the arranger of these Flute Duos, Opus 75, since Koechel writes that Simrock’s next published piece included twelve duos (based on Mozart’s opera Tito) arranged by Strumpf. Therefore one might assume that Strumpf arranged flute duos, opus 75 as well.
The first duo in Volume 1 is based on musical material from Mozart’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, K. 374f; the second duo is based on music from Mozart’s Piano Trio, K. 564; the third duo is based on the music from Mozart’s Sonata for Violin and Piano , K. 454. In Volume 2 of the Flute Duos, opus 75, the fourth flute duo is based on musical material from Mozart’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, K. 374e; the fifth flute duo is based on music from Mozart’s Piano Trio, K. 548; the sixth flute duo is based on material from Mozart’s Piano Trio, K. 496. **material for the program notes were kindly provided by flutist and scholar, Dr. John Bailey.**

Gramophone issue December 2007 states \"Zucker shapes everything with lovely gradations of timbre and nuance, and her phrasing keeps the ear mesmerised.\" Laurel Zucker is described by Gramophone Magazine 2003 \"as polished and gratifying as Rampal and Galway. Zucker\'s interpretations are splendid all round. Her tone is airy and sweet, her virtuosity graceful.\"

In 2004 Gramophone \"strongly recommended\" The Complete Telemann Fantasies for Flute and The Complete J.S. Bach Flute Sonatas on Cantilena Records describing her performances as \"intelligent, naturally phrased

and highly musical with a rich sound beyond reproach.\" In the August 2003 book, Inspirational Stories from the World\'s Best Flute Players, Laurel Zucker is featured along with James Galway, Herbie Mann, Ian Andersen, and Julius Baker. Fanfare Magazine refers to Ms. Zucker \"as a forceful advocate for 20th century music,\" and when she was awarded the Aaron Copland Fund for Music from the American Music Center to record the 1998 Take a Walk on the Wilder Side-CD, Fanfare Magazine stated \"this disc fills an important niche in American Music as well as flute literature.\"

With 45 CD releases available on Cantilena Records, Ms. Zucker can be heard regularly on worldwide classical radio stations. She has performed many times in Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Mondavi Center, etc. As a concerto soloist she has been featured with the American Symphony Orch., Erkel Chamber Orch. of Budapest, The Orch. of NY The Gold Country Orch., Merced Symphony, Sacramento Philharmonic, The Arlington Symph. Orch., and toured with the Sumara Orch. of Russia. As an active chamber artist she has performed with the Marlboro Festival and Tour, Harvard Chamber Players, Music Fest of Arizona, Music in the Mountains, UC Davis Chamber Players,Wet Ink Festival and Chamber Music Alive! As a jazz flutist Jazz Now 2005 describes her performance as \"Laurel\'s flute cutting the still air with a deep-felt emotion to the very last note.\" Claude Bolling in March 2004 on Zucker\'s Bolling Jazz Suites CD writes \"Dear Laurel Zucker, Your recording is beautiful, musician partners are excellent and your flute playing superb!!!\" Of the Flute Music by French Composers CD, Sir James Galway recommends on his website \"This is a really good record and should be in the library of all serious students. The repertoire is very good and it is beautifully played by Miss Zucker. I have a copy and think it is outstanding...\"

As an active performer and supporter of the flute community, Ms. Zucker has been a guest performer/teacher at the New York Flute Club, The Portland Flute Society, The Houston Flute Society, LA Flute Club, Dallas Flute Festival, North Carolina School of the Arts and the National Flute Association Convention. In 2000 The Year of the Rome Aureole Jubilee (hosted by the City of Rome and the Pope) three of Ms. Zucker\'s Cantilena Records CDs (Serenades; Music of Guiliani for Flute and Guitar; Mozart Flute Quartets CDs) were played non-stop for six months throughout the largest Convention Center of Rome, Italy and were also featured in a documentary created at UCLA on the Santa Maria Maggiora Chapel of Rome.

November 2007, Laurel Zucker and Mark Delpriora were presented with


for their 2007 CD, Masterpieces for Flute and Guitar.

In 2006 Ms. Zucker received


As Professor of Flute at California State Univ., Sacramento since 1988,

Ms. Zucker received the 1998 President\'s Award for Creative and Scholarly Research, 1998 and 2000 Creative Research Awards, a

nd 1989 Professional Promise Award.

In 1978 she won Artists International Competition and gave her Carnegie Recital Hall Debut. Her first performances in Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center

were at the age of 16 performing 1st flute in the Alexander Schneider\'s Orchestra.

Ms. Zucker graduated from Juilliard where she studied with

Samuel Baron for 3 years; with Paula Robison for two years at New England Conservatory of Music; and privately with Marcel Moyse and Julius Baker.

Ms. Zucker holds a Masters in Music Composition from New York University.

Her compositions are published by Lyra International and

Bourne Music Company and are recorded on Cantilena Records.

In 2008 a new website was launched

providing a new DVD series of flute masterclasses lead by Ms. Zucker.



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