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Le Petit Trianon (2 of)
Agnese leva Lipska
Notes on the performers
Agnese leva Lipska
Agnese leva Lipska is a Latvian flautist studying undergraduate flute performance at the Royal Academy of Music under Philharmonia Orchestra’s principal flute Samuel Coles. She started her musical journey at the age of 10 at Balvi music school and later continued her studies at Jazeps Medins Riga Secondary school of music.
Agnese actively performs as a chamber musician – she recently recorded a piece for flute quartet at the Abbey Road Studios and is collaborating with various musicians at the academy for new composer’s compositions and chamber ensemble concerts. She also actively participates in orchestral music – performing with the Odyssey Festival Orchestra, side by side projects with the Philharmonia Orchestra and various projects with the Academy symphonic and wind orchestras. Agnese is passionate about performing music to the highest level and bringing enjoyment through her playing to various audiences.
Pianist Lily Petrova was born in Inverness, Scotland in 2003 and is from Bulgarian origin. When she was 9, Lily was accepted to study at The Purcell School for Young Musicians under the Music and Dance Scheme. In September 2021, she began her studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Professor Tatiana Sarkissova. She has participated in courses with Bernd Goetzke and Ludmil Angelov.
She has performed in various venues around England including Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and St Martins in the Fields.Outside of the Uk, Lily has performed in various venues across Italy, Germany and Bulgaria including ‘Zala Bulgaria’ in Sofia.She has performed with the Purcell School Symphony Orchestra and the Brighton Youth Orchestra after being awarded first prize at the Springboard concerto competition.Some other success include several prizes at the North London Music Festival, 1st prize at the Grand Prix Virtuoso in Rome, 3rd prize at the Pietro Argento Competition and category winner at the Rickmansworth Young Musician of the year.
Alongside her solo playing, Lily is an avid chamber musician. Some of her chamber coaches include Adrian Brendel, Nathan Braude, William Fong and Nicol Eimer.
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g ‘mein
“Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g’mein”, or “Dear Christians, One and All, Rejoice”, is a Lutheran hymn, written in 1523 by Martin Luther. It is one of Luther’s early hymns and considered by some as one of his finest. It was published as one of eight songs in 1524 in the first Lutheran hymnal, the Achtliederbuch.
The Bach-Busoni edition is for solo piano
Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Sonata Op.27 No 1
- Andante – Allegro – Andante
- Allegro molto e vivace
- Adagio con espressione
- Allegro vivace
Piano Sonata No. 13 in E-flat major, Op. 27 No. 1, “Quasi una fantasia”, is a sonata composed by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1800–1801. Beethoven was about 30 years old when he wrote the sonata. He had already made a name for himself in Vienna as pianist and composer and was beginning to explore alternatives to the classical-era compositional procedures that he had largely adhered to during the 18th century. The most famous works of his “middle period”, often emphasizing heroism, were yet to come.
Three pieces for solo flute
- Bergère captive
- Toan-Yan, la Fête du Double Cinq
The french composer Ferroud wrote Trois pièces pour flûte seule in 1920-1921.
Maria Theresia von Paradis
Siciliene for flute and piano
Maria Theresia von Paradis (1759 – 1824) was an Austrian musician and composer who lost her sight at an early age, and for whom her close friend Mozart may have written his Piano Concerto No. 18 in B-flat major. She was also in contact with Salieri, Haydn, and Gluck. The most famous composition ascribed to Paradis, the Sicilienne in E-flat major for violin and piano is a musical hoax by a 20th Century violinist Samuel Dushkin. The Sicilienne is based on the Larghetto movement from Carl Maria von Weber’s Violin Sonata in F major, Op. 10, No.1.
Suite de trois morceaux, Op.116
- Allegretto. Allegretto
- Idylle. Quasi adagio, molto tranquillo
Benjamin Louis Paul Godard (1849 – 1895) was a French violinist and Romantic-era composer of Jewish extraction, best known for his opera Jocelyn.
Suite de trois morceaux is written for flute and piano. An expressive piece full of spirit with contrasts and intricate writings within the Flute part, which creates a variety of moods within the piece.