Mozart - Flute Quartets # 1 - 4 - Juliette Hurel, Quatuor Voce - 2015 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Mozart – Flute Quartets # 1 – 4 – Juliette Hurel, Quatuor Voce – 2015 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Juliette Hurel – flute
Orchestra: Quatuor Voce
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Juliette Hurel / Mozart: Complete Flute Quartets (2015)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Flute Quartet No.1 iN D major k285

01. allegro 9’46
02. adagio 2’24
03. rondeau:allegretto 4’29

Flute Quartet No.2 iN G major k285a

04. andante 8’14
05. tempo di menuetto 3’28

Flute Quartet No.3 iN C major k285b

06. allegro 8’33
07. thema:andantino & variations 9’47

Flute Quartet No.4 iN a major k298

08. thema:andante & variations 5’49
09. menuetto 2’09
10. rondieaoux:allegretto grazioso… 3’02

Alpha is pleased to welcome again the great flautist Juliette Hurel, who has made several recordings for ZZT and Outhere in the past. This recording is the result of the fruitful encounter between the flautist and the Voce Quartet, which occurred in the inspiring framework of the Ferme de Villefavard in the Limousin region.

En route to Paris, Mozart stayed in Mannheim in 1777, obtaining a commission for several works on behalf of an amateur flautist who was also a rich and distinguished surgeon, formerly engaged in the Dutch East India Company. The flute imposed itself undeniably as solo instrument in these scores imbued with concertante writing and the gallant style characteristic of the taste of the Mannheim court at that time. Some of the quartets would be composed later, in Vienna, such as the jovial K. 298 in which each movement takes up a familiar tune, which Mozart either varied or parodied.

Gramophone Magazine

Juliette Hurel is an excellent flautist, warm and clean tone, but a musician whose insight is often circumscribed by emotional reticence…It’s a shining exception, of artists stepping out of templates, taking personal responsibility to go beyond the notes to find the moods, colour and potency inherent in the music.



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