Gradito Works by Jaime M. Zenamon, Astor Piazzolla, Francis Klynjans etc.
Veronica Kraneis (Konzert-, Alt-, Bassquerflöte), Gerald Handrick (Konzertgitarre)


Jaime M. Zenamon (1953)
Fantasias für Altquerflöte und Gitarre

1. Noche veraniega
2. En las columnas
3. El paeso
4. Metidaciòn
5. La fiesta
6. Sueño

Eduardo Sainz de la Maza (1902-1983)
7. Habanera Gitarrensolo

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
8. Tangostudie Flötensolo

Jaime M. Zenamon (1953)
9. Tango für Bassquerflöte und Gitarre

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
10. Tangostudie Flötensolo

Eduardo Sainz de la Maza (1902-1983)
11. Campanas del alba Gitarrensolo

Francis Kleynjans (1951)
12. Aria No.1 in a-moll für Konzertflöte und Gitarre

13. Danza
14. Danza
15. Danza
16. Danza

Celso Machado (1953)
17. Samba 18. Choro


Flutist Veronica Kraneis has given concerts since she was 15. Already in the course of her academic studies in Detmold, Munich and Berlin the artist developed a lively concert activity as a soloist. Concert tours took her to various European countries as well as to Australia and Japan.

Her continual search for new ways and her endeavours to go beyond the narrow repertoire of the traditional transverse flute literature led her also to jazz music. In the last years the artist enlarged her classical repertoire with her own transcriptions and arrangements of chamber music by including the alto and the bass transverse flute.

Veronica Kraneis is one of the very few Flute virtuosi who plays all three transverse flutes in their concerts.

Guitarist Gerald Handrick, winner of renowned contests (e.g. Paris and Markneukirchen) studied at the "Hanns Eisler" Academy of Music ( Berlin and Rostock) and in Weimar. After completing his academic studies in 1991, solo concerts made him known in Germany and other European countries.

The guitarist has a special liking for the performances of interesting contemporary guitar music, which also finds expressions in his work as artistic director in the International Guitar Festival in Kühlungsborn (Germany) which has taken place since 1992.

Besides his activities as soloist and as a teacher in the Rostock Academy of Music, the artist devotes himself to chamber music. In this context he met flutist Veronica Kraneis in 1993. As a result of the meeting both artists started on a permanent cooperation. Since the establishment of the duo the two congenial musicians have succeeded in inspiring their audiences in many concerts and in convincing them of their kind of dialogue.

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