University of Rochester
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16
Sophia Gibbs Kim, flute and Irina Lupines, piano
…music of Debussy and Mouquet bringing to life Pan, the
half-man half-goat who invented the first flute, according to Greek mythology.
. . . Reinecke's "Undine" Sonata for Flute and Piano:
lush romantic program music memorializing the European legend of Undine, the
water nymph who fell in love with a mortal man—made popular by Disney's
"The Little Mermaid".
. . . "Narcissus" by Scottish-American composer Thea
Musgrave is written for the unusual combination of Flute with Digital Delay,
and illustrates the doomed life of Narcissus, the beautiful youth from Greek
mythology who grew mesmerized with his own reflection in the water, and drowned
as the waves crashed over him.
. . . Jolivet's "Chant de Linos", a terrific tour de
force for both flute and piano, is filled with the cries and dances of a
funeral procession from Greek antiquity.
Flute de Pan (1906) Jules Mouquet
for solo flute (1913) Claude Debussy
“Undine” (1882) Carl Reinecke
for solo flute with digital delay (1987) Thea Musgrave
Truebger, digital delay
7:30 pm - Kilbourn Hall
Tickets: $10 general admission (free to U/R ID holders)
the door one hour before concert start time. Subject to availability.
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