Flutist Jessica Dunnavant has a busy concert schedule right now, performing with several ensembles over the coming weeks. But she carved out a little time from her ensemble work to give us an example of the lively solo music that helped make the flute a popular instrument to play in the Baroque era, plus some insight into how different keys call for slight changes to the way a musician plays the instrument of that period.
Dunnavant is an administrator of Music City Baroque, and will be playing with them on October 9 at Westminster Presbyterian
Georg Phillip Telemann: Fantasia No. 7 in D
- alla francese
Jacques Hotteterre: Echoes
Joseph Boismortier: Flute Suite No. 2
- Musette en rondeau