On this chamber music album the
Italian composer David Fontanesi copes
with three musical forms representative
of the Western classical tradition of the
last three centuries: the Sonata, the
Suite, the Divertimento.
The flute is the absolute protagonist of
all these pieces, being in dialogue either
with a piano, or with a classical trio of
strings (violin, viola, cello), or with a
This album may be defined as exhibiting
an inheritance not of the 'Neue Musik'
of the 20th c. but rather the epoch of
composers like Milhaud, Francais,
Shostakovich and many more like them.