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New release GRAND NONETTO
9. and 10. October 2021, 19 Uhr
Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte, Innenhof
Reviews of “del Signor Hasse - Works for Flute”
“He was almost from Hamburg. ‘Signor Hasse’, that is Johann Adolf Hasse, was born in Bergedorf, which is now a district of Hamburg. His flute works have now been recorded by Hamburg musicians – flautist Imme-Jeanne Klett and the Elbipolis Barockorchester Hamburg....”
“In the 18th century, if a composer wrote and successfully staged one opera after another, it was inevitable that publishers also wanted him to provide music for other purposes. Thus Hasse composed numerous works for the fashionable instrument of the time – the flute. Musicians were still experimenting with different types of wood and metal, with keys, and naturally with different degrees of difficulty in the pieces to be played. Imme-Jeanne Klett has recorded some of the highlights of this repertoire together with the Barockorchester Elbipolis.”
"Instruments and their relationship"
Hamburg Wind Quintet opens concert series in Fürstenfeldbruck "...
cantability and virtuosity …
Classical balance and the right feeling for breathing phrasing impressed the audience ...
... the full overall sound and the dense legato game were convincing …
Sometimes it seemed as if an opera stage was opening up with a diva flute ...
Symphonic togetherness and solo sections also shaped the following two movements. Two Hungarian encores let the enthusiastic audience into the evening. "
“Flautist Imme-Jeanne Klett displayed an extensive range of nuances in expression and tone colours, from mystic depths to brilliant heights.
The musicians fascinated their audience with flexibility in sound, and the purity and agility with which they expressed the moods from anthem-like climaxes to feather-light cantilena lines.”
“Outstanding flute playing – perfection in fingering and breath control... Imme-Jeanne Klett was brilliant on the flute.”
“...In André Jolivets ‘Incantation’ soloist Imme-Jeanne Klett developed a compelling, seemingly never-ending melody, which thrives on her warmth and richness of tone.”
“...The audience were fascinated above all by the sublime sound of the flute, which took centre stage above all in the Sonata for Flute and Harp KV 14 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and in the Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp by Claude Debussy. Imme-Jeanne Klett played with consummate technique, producing a kaleidoscope of dynamics, absolutely pure intonation, and a wonderfully balanced sound. The suppleness of her interpretation made this a real feast of musical enjoyment.”
“...Above all the flute brings colour to the music…”
“...Every bar of Mozart was filled with life … Imme-Jeanne Klett played as if Mozart had written the piece specially for her.”
“...Imme-Jeanne Klett gave a brilliant interpretation of Claude Debussy’s “Syrinx” for solo flute.”