Each of the five members of wind 'supergroup' Les Vent Français, partnered by pianist Eric le Sage, plays a sonata written by Paul Hindemith in the dramatic years between 1936 and 1943 - compact, lucid and engaging works for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and alto horn. "These Hindemith sonatas are a great asset to the wind repertory," says oboist François Leleux. "Hindemith took a very particular approach to each instrument, with a wonderful sense for it's individual sound."
Each of the five members of wind 'supergroup' Les Vent Français, partnered by pianist Eric le Sage, plays a sonata written by Paul Hindemith in the dramatic years between 1936 and 1943 - compact, lucid and engaging works for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and alto horn. "These Hindemith sonatas are a great asset to the wind repertory," says oboist François Leleux. "Hindemith took a very particular approach to each instrument, with a wonderful sense for it's individual sound."
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Hindemith: Wind Sonatas
Artist: Les Vents Francais
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Each of the five members of wind 'supergroup' Les Vent Français, partnered by pianist Eric le Sage, plays a sonata written by Paul Hindemith in the dramatic years between 1936 and 1943 - compact, lucid and engaging works for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and alto horn. "These Hindemith sonatas are a great asset to the wind repertory," says oboist François Leleux. "Hindemith took a very particular approach to each instrument, with a wonderful sense for it's individual sound."