Moto perpetuo, Opus 8 composed by Joachim Andersen (1874-1909)
Edited by Werner Richter for Flute and Piano
Includes score and parts
Joachim Andersen shares the fate of many composing virtuosi who are suspected of having written their compositions as occasional pieces for their own use and to create an external effect. An examination of his recital pieces for the flute will correct this impression. They present Andersen as a master of the small form who has the power of poetic creativity, mastery in harmony and naturally a confidant feeling for the tonal and citruosic possibilities of his instrument.