Telemann: Six Sonatas for Two Flutes
Georg Philipp Telemann was one of Germany’s most renowned, productive and creative composers. His Six Sonatas for Two Flutes, Op. 2, TWV 40:101-106 (1726) offer a prime example of his creativity and versatility, with their ingenious fusion of older contrapuntal techniques and the emerging galant style, as well as their subtle blend of Italian, French and German influences. Conor Nelson and Eric Lamb, two exceptional flutists of our time, present a remarkable album with their recording of these sonatas, giving us a glimpse into Telemann’s endless ingenuity.