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Peter-Lukas Graf (flute) - Leading Swiss Artists of the Concert Stage

Flautist Peter-Lukas Graf, born 1929 in Zurich, achieved fame at an early age.

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In 1950 he completed his musical studies at the Paris Conservatory, winning first prizes ("Premiers Prix") for flute and conducting. Subsequently he won first prizes at the contests of Munich and London. Since 1966 he has been successfully combining both careers, as a solo flautist and conductor, with increasing international recognition.


Musical content:

1. J. S. Bach: Badinerie. From Suite no. 2 in B minor
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute and conductor; English Chamber Orchestra

2. Peter-Lukas Graf speaks

3. Georg Friederich Handel: Adagio and Alla breve from Sonata for Flute and Continuo in B minor
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute; Jörg Ewald Dähler, harpischord; Manfred Sax, bassoon

4. Claude Debussy: Syrinx (for solo flute)
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute

5. Peter-Lukas Graf speaks

6. Arthur Honegger: Danse de la chèvre - Dance of the Goat (for solo flute)
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute

7. Serge Prokofief: Scherzo. From Sonata for Flute and Piano, op. 94
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute; Urs Vögelin, piano

8. Peter-Lukas Graf speaks

9. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Andante in C major for Flute and Orchestra, K. 315
Peter-Lukas Graf, flute and conductor; Lausanne Chamber Orchestra


Production information:

Musica Helvetia MH 14. Leading Swiss Artists of the Concert Stage. Peter-Lukas Graf (flute). Produced 1973 for SBC / SRI by Lance Tschannen and Nicolas Lombard.

Peter-Lukas Graf (flute) - Leading Swiss Artists of the Concert Stage

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