From the first note to the last, The Lark in the Clear Air is wonderfully serene and magically performed by arguably the world's most popular classical instrumentalist, James Galway. The Lark in the Clear Air is a collection of classical pieces particularly suited to the fluid notes of the flute. Galway provides a lush impressionism on "Notturno" by Grieg and the "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Fawn" and "Claire de Lune" by Debussy, with a depth of emotion, mood and color only a flute can bring. "The Flight of the Bumble Bee" and Grieg's "Last Spring" exhibit Galway's precision and clarity...
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Adagio, for violin, strings & organ in G minor, T. Mi 26 (composed by Remo Giazotto; not by Albinoni)
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