The Fibonacci Sequence: Harp - Anna Noakes (flute); Christine Sohn (violin); Christopher O'Neal (oboe); Gillian Tingay (harp); Julian Farrell (clarinet);...

Track Listing
  1. An Evening in Georgia, for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and piano, Op. 71
  2. Fantaisie for violin & harp in A major, Op. 124
  3. Sonata for harp, violin & cello in E flat major, Op. 34/1 (C. 147)
  4. Doubt (Someniye), song for voice, harp & violin, G. ix108
  5. Elegiac Trio, for flute, viola & harp
Show All Tracks
  1. An Evening in Georgia, for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and piano, Op. 71
  2. Fantaisie for violin & harp in A major, Op. 124
  3. Sonata for harp, violin & cello in E flat major, Op. 34/1 (C. 147)
  4. Doubt (Someniye), song for voice, harp & violin, G. ix108
  5. Elegiac Trio, for flute, viola & harp
  6. Introduction & Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet & string quartet
Show Less Tracks
Browse related Genres
+ Browse All Genres

When it comes to cool names for classical music chamber ensembles, the Rare Fruits Council can move over for the Fibonacci Sequence.Named after the numerical sequence discovered by Leonardo of Pisa (also known as Fibonacci) who obtained the sequence by studying, among other things, rabbits breeding in ideal circumstances, the musical ensemble ...

The Fibonacci Sequence: Harp 2004, Deux-Elles

UPC: 666283109023

CD

Select