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Young flautist Katherine Bryan is rapidly confirming her place as one of Britain's bright musical stars of the future. For her recital debut the in-demand concerto soloist performs a selection of 20th century concertos, including the rarely recorded Liebermann Concerto for Flute and Orchestra.
Produced by Philip Hobbs
Katherine Bryan (flute)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Paul Daniel (conductor)
"It has been a great pleasure for me to have recorded these four special pieces. The Nielsen concerto will always feel very personal to me after winning a national competition with a performance of it when I was a teenager. The Hue and Poulenc are both pieces I love and have played many times in recital with piano, so to play them in their orchestral versions has brought a new and exciting dimension. I feel that Lowell Liebermann's concerto encompasses all the emotions and colours of which the flute is so brilliantly capable and it is for me, quite simply a 20th century virtuoso masterpiece, and thrilling to play.
I hope you enjoy this disc as much as I did recording it."