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Among the protagonists of the recorder revival, Hans Ulrich Staeps deserves pride of place. This album allows a full appreciation of Staeps' multifaceted talent as a composer, of his stylistic flexibility and of his capability to write beautiful music for players of all levels. The pieces performed here include practically all of his published works for recorder and piano. His output for the recorder was created between 1951 and 1988; among the observable influences are certainly those of the French Impressionists and of his teacher Hindemith, though hints of the jazz idiom are also discernible.
Among the protagonists of the recorder revival, Hans Ulrich Staeps deserves pride of place. This album allows a full appreciation of Staeps' multifaceted talent as a composer, of his stylistic flexibility and of his capability to write beautiful music for players of all levels. The pieces performed here include practically all of his published works for recorder and piano. His output for the recorder was created between 1951 and 1988; among the observable influences are certainly those of the French Impressionists and of his teacher Hindemith, though hints of the jazz idiom are also discernible.
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Among the protagonists of the recorder revival, Hans Ulrich Staeps deserves pride of place. This album allows a full appreciation of Staeps' multifaceted talent as a composer, of his stylistic flexibility and of his capability to write beautiful music for players of all levels. The pieces performed here include practically all of his published works for recorder and piano. His output for the recorder was created between 1951 and 1988; among the observable influences are certainly those of the French Impressionists and of his teacher Hindemith, though hints of the jazz idiom are also discernible.
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