» The Complete Piano Works of Ravel

The complete solo piano works of Maurice Ravel are presented here on two discs, reminding us that Angela Hewitt plays more than just Bach!

“a magnificent survey … a treasure trove!” (Gramophone)

“second to none”
(The Penguin Guide to Compact Discs)
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» Bach: Flute Sonatas

Fans of Angela Hewitt will be delighted to find her in chamber mode, accompanying Andrea Oliva (described as ‘one of the best flutists of his generation, a shining star in the world of the flute’ by Sir James Galway) in a programme of J S Bach’s flute sonatas (including one by his most famous and talented son, CPE). Of unfailingly remarkable quality, all these works exploit the full potential of an instrument which was only just coming into its own when they were written. Oliva’s lyricism and agility coupled with Hewitt’s musicianship—not to mention her lifelong rapport with Bach’s music—make this an album to treasure.

Andrea Oliva (flute), Angela Hewitt (piano)
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» Bach Gamba Sonatas

Angela Hewitt’s first chamber music CD is with the brilliant young German cellist, Daniel Müller-Schott. Both artists were brought up on the music of Bach, and their collaboration in these wonderful sonatas is a joy to hear.
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» Beethoven Cello Sonatas, Vol. 1

Angela Hewitt is joined by the outstanding German cellist, Daniel Müller-Schott, for her first chamber music CD for Hyperion. Beethoven’s Sonatas for piano and cello are works brimming with life, with the instruments engaging in colourful dialogue. This disc contains the first three sonatas, including the one in A major, Op. 69, written when Beethoven was at the peak of his powers.


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» Beethoven Cello Sonatas, Vol. 2

This second volume of the Sonatas for Cello and Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven completes the cycle begun in 2008 by Daniel Müller-Schott and Angela Hewitt. Recorded in the stunning acoustics of the Jesus-Christus-Kirche in Berlin, this CD includes the final two sonatas (Op. 102) which are totally different in style and construction from the earlier ones. The slow movement of the D major Sonata is one of Beethoven’s most touching moments. Also on the CD are three sets of variations, which delight with their freshness and invention.

“…the two players instinctively click and the music comes across with vibrancy, sensitivity and a galvanising unanimity of purpose.” (The Daily Telegraph)

“The performances have the winning freshness of rediscovery.” (The Sunday Times)

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