“Chamber Works for Flute”

Lisa Garner (Performer)

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance


“Whether deserved or not, the State of Texas and its inhabitants have a reputation for doing things ‘big;’ and although it may have merely been a coincidence, the June 6 recital of flutist and Texan Lisa Garner lived up to this reputation.” Of Warner Hutchison’s new work, “Lament and Jubilation …was one of the most interesting and successful segments of the recital. Garner slinked through the work’s sinewy and difficult melodic curves like drifting smoke,” and of the Corigliano, “The flute part lifted these pieces from being attractive but quaint tunes into something quite different....a commentary rather than merely an accompaniment. Garner played these with gusto, creating a memorable impression.” – New York Concert Review (Dougals Geers), 2000
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jun 6 2000


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