Mozart Sonatas

Raffaele Trevisani, flute
Paoloa Girardi, piano

Raffaele Trevisani has been widely praised for his style and musicality by the public and the critics. Delos is excited to announce his fourth extraordinary release – Mozart Sonatas K. 301, K. 296, K. 376, K. 379 – transcribed for flute and piano by Raffaele Trevisani. 

“Raffaele belongs to the best of the flutists of the day for his beautiful singing tone, perfect technique and dedication to the art of music.” – James Galway 
This exciting release teams the superior production techniques that are a Delos hallmark, with the superlative talents of Trevisani and pianist Paola Girardi. These astonishingly beautiful transcriptions reveal much about four of Mozart’s stellar sonatas usually played by violin and piano. Composed at a time when Mozart was devoting himself particularly to the flute, this grouping contains at least one sonata designed by the composer to be played by flute and piano. It is this fact, along with the accepted period practice of the time that prompted Trevisani to undertake these four wonderful transcriptions.

MOZART SONATAS: K. 301, K. 296, K. 376, K. 379 ~ transcribed for flute and piano by Raffaele Trevisani 
Sonata K. 301 in G Major – Allegro con spirito (8:05) Allegro (5:03) 
Sonata K. 296 in C Major – Allegro vivace (6:27) Andante sostenuto (6:35) Rondo: Allegro (4:18) 
Sonata K. 376 in F Major – Allegro (4:48) Andante (7:07) Rondo: Allegretto grazioso (6:04) 
Sonata K. 379 in G Major – Andante-Allegro (8:46) Andante cantabile (tema con variazioni) (10:30)