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These are simple compositions for the organ (without pedal) or harpsichord by the Jamaican composer Samuel Felsted. He was employed at the Kingston Parish Church in the 18th century. His oratorio JONAH is demonstrably the first from the "New World".
This extraordinary work is demonstrably the first oratorio from the "New World". It was originally composed for only four voices, oboe, two violins and organ. But a closer look at the score suggests that Felsted had a larger instrumentation in mind, which, however, was not feasible in Jamaica at that time.
I have made an orchestration based on keys, ambitus of voices, figurations and affects. The instrumentation corresponds to that used, for example, by Handel in London for his oratorios.
This exceptionally beautiful sonata of the German Rococo by Johann S. Bach's last pupil contains a firework of virtuoso passages as well as contrasting sensitive melodies.
A must for every flute player.
These 6 Partitas are a wonderful extension of the solo repertoire for the flute. Stylistically rococo they combine baroque tradition with classical innovation.
An enrichment for every flute-player!
For recorder-players there is a transposed version!