Programme of Schubert Flute and Piano Rarities
September 4, 2007
From August 25 to 27, flautist Uwe Grodd and pianist Matteo Napoli recorded a new Schubert programme at the Wel Theatre, Hamilton, New Zealand. Uwe Grodd, an internationally acclaimed artist and Associate Professor of Conducting and Flute at the University of Auckland, has made five recordings for Naxos in the last twelve months.
The sessions comprised Schubert's Variations for Flute and Piano on 'Trockene Blumen' from Die Schöne Müllerin, Op.post.160 D 802; Sonata in A minor 'Arpeggione', D 821 in an arrangement by Uwe Grodd; and Six Lieder for Flute and Piano arranged by Theobald Boehm. The sessions were produced by Wayne Laird. Paul McGlashan was the engineer.
Flautist Uwe Grodd, pianist Matteo Napoli and producer Wayne Laird, recording sessions, August 2007