The Bogner's Cafe label presents Robert Stallman in "The Nightingale in Love", a collection of Flute Music of the Late French Baroque. With works by Boismortier, Couperin, de La Barre, Marais and Philidor, Stallman reveals the cultural crosscurrents that gave the flute a central role in the development of French chamber music in the early years of the 18th century. As the flutist who, according to the London Times, "dazzles because of his penetrating artistry", Stallman has recently won kudos here and abroad for performances of his compelling quartet and quintet transcriptions of Mozart and Schubert, recorded for Bogner's Cafe. The Calgary Herald noted that, solely on the basis of his masterful Baroque recordings, Stallman "deserves to be a household name". No flutist better captures the sensuous lyricism, incisive rhythms and highly expressive ornamentation of the French Baroque. And with his characteristic beauty of sound and communicative warmth, supported by his longtime partnership with the superb continuo team of Edwin Swanborn (harpsichord) and Karl Bennion (cello), Robert Stallman once again offers a most appealing invitation to listening pleasure.
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According to London's "Sunday Times," Robert Stallman "dazzles because of his penetrating artistry." His latest recording, "Cosi fan flauti, Mozart for Flute and Orchestra", was selected this year as "CD of the Week" by the top classical radio stations In New York, Boston and Chicago, and "Download of the Week" by San Francisco's KDFC. On October 3, the internationally acclaimed flute virtuoso perfor...
Robert Stallman - Cosi fan Flauti / WRTI: Crossover interview
When flutist Robert Stallman speaks about music, one can't help but be drawn in by his knowledge and passion for excellence in all aspects of his work. Several years ago, Stallman and his wife Hannah started the Bogner's Cafe record label, mainly to distribute Robert's performances, especially his flute transcriptions of music not intended for the flute. His latest release is Cosi ...
Robert Stallman - Cosi fan Flauti is the WCRB: Boston - CD Of the Week
On January 27th, Bogner's Café released: Robert Stallman's Così fan Flauti: Mozart for Flute & Orchestra. The all-Mozart disc opens with the popular Concerto in C Major, K. 299 for Flute & Harp. The Czech Republic's leading harpist, Kateřina Englichová, joins America's virtuoso flutist Robert Stallman for the double concerto, in a rousing and he...
Robert Stallman - Cosi fan Flauti / WQXR 'Album of the Week
American flutist Robert Stallman delivers this, his second collection of Mozart works, in time for the composer's birthday. The recording opens with the ever-popular Concerto in C Major for flute and harp, with Czech harpist, Kateina Englichová. More of a novelty are two transcriptions of pieces written for other instruments: the Sonata in D Major for Two Pianos, as a sparkling Sinfonia Concertant...
Robert Stallmann - Cosi fan flauti / KDFC ' Download Of the Week'
Each week KDFC: San Francisco members can download a free mp3 from some of the biggest releases in the world of Classical music. In honor of Mozart's birthday on January 27, flutist Robert Stallmann has gathered some musical friends for a program of Mozart's music for flute and orchestra. Download Robert Stallman and friends performing the Rondo from Mozart's "Haffner" Serenade from his Cosi ...
Robert Stallman - Cosi fan Flauti / WFMT: Chicago - New Release of the Week
Flutist Robert Stallman has a special understanding of Mozart. His illuminating efforts as an arranger/interpreter are widely admired among Mozarteans such as Richard Goode and Robert Levin. Stallman's latest disc opens with the popular Concerto in C Major for Flute & Harp. It also includes Stallman's re-creation of Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos, K 448, as a Sinfonia Concertante for Two Flutes and O...
Robert Stallman does it again on his 'Bach Flute Sonatas'
Stallman create "special occasions in every sense of the word" (Boston Globe) This time Robert Stallman takes us into a coffeehouse with J.S. Bach. With an artistry that radiates high spirits, sensuality, stylistic polish and refinement of feeling, Robert Stallman proves a stunning match for the panache and depth that characterize J.S. Bach in these sonatas. With his distinctive "tonal blo...
Robert Stallman gives the flute a central role in 'The Nightingale in Love'
The Bogner's Cafe label presents Robert Stallman in "The Nightingale in Love", a collection of Flute Music of the Late French Baroque. In works by Boismortier, Couperin, de La Barre, Marais and Philidor, Stallman reveals the cultural crosscurrents that gave the flute a central role in the development of French chamber music in the early years of the 18th century. As Stallman points out...
Virtuoso flutist and editor/arranger, Robert Stallman, releases 'New Mozart Quintets'
The first recordings of three 'New' Mozart Quintets for Flute and Strings, recreated by Robert Stallman from four-hand piano sonatas (K.521, K.497 and K.358). Stallman, who has won international respect as both a virtuoso flutist and an editor/arranger, collaborates here in a Prague recording with the award-winning Martinu String Quartet and Karel Untermuller on second viola, ...