Traces Cycle for Solo Flute

Erber: Traces for Solo Flute – “Cesari embraces the virtuosic” (La Folia)

The Traces Cycle for Solo Flute (CR020) Review by La Folia Listen and buy on Convivium Records Consistent in timbre across it’s range, the flute may be the ideal instrument for complex arrangements of pitch and rhythm. Traces is a [...]

2018-09-02T17:02:04+00:0010th June, 2017|Tags: , , , , |

Erber: Traces for Solo Flute – (The Sunday Times)

The Traces Cycle for Solo Flute (CR020) Review by The Sunday Times Listen and buy on Convivium Records Debussy’s flute piece, Syrinx, lasts about three minutes, a magical development of a solo melody instrument, but Erber (b.1951) has not gone [...]

Erber: Traces for Solo Flute – “Rewarding” (La Folia)

The Traces Cycle for Solo Flute by James Erber (CR020) Review by La Folia Listen and buy on Convivium Records My entry into this rewarding series came via a scenario I always enjoy – a highly evolved structure is interrogated, [...]

2018-09-02T15:47:39+00:0028th February, 2014|Tags: , , , , |

Erber: Traces for Solo Flute – “Musical structures that unashamedly require you ally your ears with an analytical brain” (Gramophone)

The Traces Cycle for Solo Flute (CR020) Review by Gramophone Listen and buy on Convivium Records In Gareth Malone’s Gareth Malone’s Guide To Classical Music (William Collins, 2011), Gareth Malone considers New Complexity composition. Composers minded to write complex composition, [...]

2018-09-02T16:39:23+00:0020th February, 2014|Tags: , , , , |