Peter-Lukas Graf

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1970

Peter-Lukas Graf (January 5, 1929) is a flautist.

He was born in Zürich, Switzerland. He was a pupil of André Jaunet, and later attended the Paris Conservatoire, where he won first prize with Marcel Moyse and Roger Cortot. Besides playing the flute both in orchestras and as a soloist, he is a conductor, and spent several years exclusively as an orchestra and opera conductor. He is also a teacher, and has taught at the Basel Music Academy since 1973. Graf played at James Galway's wedding in May 1972.[1] In 2005 Graf received an honorary doctorate from the Academy of Music in Kraków.[2]

Discography[edit]

Peter-Lukas Graf has made many recordings in his career.[3]

Solo flute[edit]

Flute and orchestra[edit]

Flute and harpsichord[edit]

  • Johann Sebastian Bach (Claves 50-0401).
  • Johann Sebastian Bach (Jecklin 4400/1-2).
  • Haendel (Claves 50-0238).

Flute and piano[edit]

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Las cinco sonatas auténticas. (Claves 50-2511).
  • Schubert, Widor, Martinu, Poulenc: Clásicos para flauta Vol. 1. (Claves 50-9306).
  • Reinecke, Milhaud, Hindemith, Frank Martin, Prokofiev: Clásicos para flauta, Vol. 2. (Claves 50-9307).
  • Chaminade, Hüe, Gaubert: Joueurs de flûte (Claves 50-0704).
  • Joplin (Ragtimes) (Claves 50-8715).
  • Kuhlau: Sonatas (Claves 50-8705).
  • Czerny, Kuhlau: Virtuoso flute (Jecklin 577-)

Flute and guitar[edit]

Flauta and harp[edit]

  • Rossini, Donizetti, Louis Spohr, Paganini, Fauré, Lauber: Duos (Claves 50-0708).
  • Debussy, Sonata No. 2. Ravel, Introducción y Allegro: French Masterpieces. (Claves 50-0280).
  • Peter Mieg, Morceau élégant (Claves P 610 y Jecklin Edition JS 314-2))

Chamber music[edit]

  • F.Bach, Briccialdi: "2 flutes J.S.Bach, Kuhlau, Doppler: Trios 2 fl/piano (Claves 50-2006).
  • Beethoven: Triosonata, Serenade in D major (flute, violin and viola) (Claves 50-8403).
  • Reger: 2 Serenades (flute, violin and viola) (Claves 50-8104).
  • Krommer: 3 flute quartets op. 17/92/93 (Claves 50-8708)
  • Peter Mieg: Quintuor (flute, 2 violins, chello and harpsichord) (Claves P 610)
  • Mozart: 4 quartets Carmina Quartet (Claves 50-9014).
  • Mozart: 4 quartets (Ex Libris CD-6087).
  • Rossini: 4 quartets (Nr. 1, 2, 4, 6). (Claves 50-8608).
  • Bach: The Musical Offering (Claves 50-0198).
  • Bach, Haendel, Rameau, Scarlatti, Martin, Ravel and Albert Roussel: Song Recital (K. Graf, soprano) (Claves 50-0604).
  • Bach, Haendel, Quantez, Couperin, Vivaldi and Lotti: Baroque chamber music for flute, oboe and harpsichord, P.L. Graf, Goritzki and Dähler. (Claves 50-0404).

References[edit]

  1. ^ J. Galway & L. Bridges The Man with the Golden Flute: Sir James, a Celtic Minstrel p. 113
  2. ^ http://www.amuz.krakow.pl/en/29/7/25/Doctorates-honoris-causa
  3. ^ http://www.peterlukasgraf.ch/