Reflections & Relationships
LISZT | FRANCK | IBERT | KUZMENKO | SMITH | MEDAGLIA-MILLER Reflections & Relationships TROY1444 - Price: $16.99
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The esteemed pianist Yaroslav Senyshyn joins with flutist Susan O'Neill-Senyshyn in a program of music for piano and flute.

This recording of music for flute and piano contains three works by Canadian composers in addition to works by Liszt, Franck and Ibert, taking the program into new and interesting listening experiences. William David Smith is a Trappist monk, while Larysa Kuzmenko is a Juno-Awards nominated composer and composer-in-residence with the Toronto Symphony and Reeves Medaglia-Miller is on the faculty of George Brown College in Toronto. Pianist Yaroslav Senyshyn has an impressive career with his performances winning critical acclaim in the major concert halls of the U.S., Russia and Canada. His wife, flutist Susan O’Neill-Senyshyn, has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in England and Canada. Dr. O’Neill has a PhD. In Psychology and has held faculty positions at Simon Fraser University and the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario.
Contents:
Franz Liszt, composer
Anées de pèlerinage, deuxième année, Sonetto 104
Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

César Franck, composer
Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano (trans. for flute)
Susan O'Neill-Senyshyn, flute, Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

Jacques Ibert, composer
Jeux: Sonatine pour Fûte et Piano (Tendre)
Susan O'Neill-Senyshyn, flute, Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

Larysa Kuzmenko, composer
In Memoriam to the Victims of Chornobyl
Susan O'Neill-Senyshyn, flute, Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

William David Smith, composer
Image, Op. 33
Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

Reeves Medaglia-Miller, composer
Etude No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 8
Yaroslav Senyshyn, piano

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